UFC Strikes Multi-Event Distribution Deal With Mexico’s Budo Sento Championship For UFC FIGHT PASS
UFC FIGHT PASS, the combat sports streaming service, struck a new multi-year, multi-event partnership with Mexico-based mixed martial arts promotion Budo Sento Championship. Budo Sento Championship 4 will debut on UFC FIGHT PASS on Friday, October 8, at 9:30 p.m. ET / 6:30 p.m. PT.
“UFC FIGHT PASS truly is a global platform as we continue to showcase combat sports from all over the world,” said Crowley Sullivan, Vice President and General Manager, UFC FIGHT PASS. “We’re thrilled to add Budo Sento to UFC FIGHT PASS, which features up-and-coming talent from Mexico and neighboring regions.”
“We are very happy and proud to be part of UFC FIGHT PASS,” said Ivan Macias, President and Co-Founder, Budo Sento Championship. “One of our priorities as a league is to give exposure to our fighters not only in Latin America, but also internationally and we think this is a great way for that to happen.”
Budo Sento Championship, founded in 2020 by Ivan Macias, Mario Delgado, Francisco Marroquin and Omar Nagore, has held three events to date in Mexico City. Budo Sento Championship is dedicated to developing mixed martial arts talent from the Mexico region, with co-founder Mario Delgado serving as a long-time talent scout with UFC for The Ultimate Fighter: Latin America. UFC FIGHT PASS will provide global exposure to Budo Sento Championship to their audience of more than 200 countries and territories.
“Our partnership with UFC FIGHT PASS will bring the sport of mixed martial arts to a whole new level in the Mexico region,” said Mario Delgado, Co-Founder of Budo Sento Championship. “By providing a global platform, Budo Sento is able to showcase Latin American athletes and build new stars as they hope to enter UFC.”
BUDO SENTO CHAMPIONSHIP 4 on UFC FIGHT PASS will feature a five-round main event between Eddie Alexis Rosaldo Beltran (Huesos) and Freddy Emiliano Linares for the Budo Sento featherweight title.