In recent days, the Ultimate Fighting Championship has been releasing its “UFC 25 Years in Short” documentary series to the public on YouTube. The 25-part series initially aired on UFC Fight Pass to celebrate the promotion’s 25th anniversary, and now it is available to a wide audience.
After releasing “The Lion’s Den: The Story of the First MMA Team” earlier in the week, the promotion is taking a look back at the UFC championship belt.
The documentary, “ULTIMATE ACCESSORY: The Story of the UFC Championship Belt,” is available in full on YouTube and runs just north of 10 minutes. It looks back at the evolution of the most prestigious championship in mixed martial arts which was recently redesigned at the beginning of 2019 when the promotion launched its television partnership with ESPN.
You can watch the full documentary below.
First introduced in 1995, UFC championship belts have become the sport’s ultimate accessory. This is the surprising history of the prize sought by all MMA fighters. Originally airing on UFC FIGHT PASS, UFC 25 Years in Short is a 25-part documentary series celebrating the UFC silver anniversary. This compilation of short films presents 25 captivating UFC stories, one for each year of existence, and every piece stands alone as an independent feature. Viewed as a whole, these films form a larger, mosaic narrative of the UFC’s amazing evolution, fascinating characters and lasting influence.
How To Watch ‘ULTIMATE ACCESSORY: The Story of the UFC Championship Belt,’ Online
‘ULTIMATE ACCESSORY: The Story of the UFC Championship Belt,’ can be watched online – without cable subscription – via UFC Fight Pass, YouTube, UFC.TV, and the UFC.TV App. Here are your options in detail:
UFC Fight Pass
‘ULTIMATE ACCESSORY: The Story of the UFC Championship Belt,’ will be streamed via UFC Fight Pass. It’s a subscription service which offers one-month, six-month and 12-month subscription options. It costs $9.99 a month, $8.99/month with a 6-month commitment, or $7.99/month with a 12 months commitment. You can start a 7-day free trial with any plan, and if you cancel before the trial ends, you will not be charged.