This week, the Britain-based Muay Thai Grand Prix announced its events will be broadcast on the UFC Fight Pass platform. UFC Fight Pass is the streaming service owned by the UFC organization. The service mainly shows MMA events, but does broadcast GLORY Superfight Series and Karate Combat fight cards and offer old K-1 events and It’s Showtime shows on demand.
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🇫🇷 Grandes nouvelles, nous sommes fiers d'annoncer que MTGP fait équipe avec @ufcfightpass et que nos événements seront dorénavant diffusés devant un public potentiel de 500.000 personnes. Cela met vraiment le MuayThaï sur la carte du monde et le MTGP en tant que leader dans le domaine. Préparez-vous 2019 va être la plus grande année pour le MuayThaï. 🇬🇧 Massive announcement We are proud to announce that from april next year we have teamed up with @ufcfightpass our show will be screened to a potential audience of 500000. This really puts Muay thai on the map and MTGP as a leader in the field. Brace yourself for 2019 going to be the biggest year for muaythai. #muaythai #ufc #event #show #streaming #newyear #project
Muay Thai Grand Prix (also known as MTGP) is currently Britain’s top Muay Thai and kickboxing promotion, regularly holding events at the Indigo at the O2 Arena in London. MTGP held a big event last summer when Charlie Peters defeated Liam Harrison in the “Battle of Britain” to end Harrison’s reign as the top British Muay Thai fighter. Iman Barlow, an Enfusion female champion, and other top British names fight under the MTGP banner.
According to the post, MTGP events will be streamed on Fight Pass beginning in April.