UFC PPV Buys Down in 2022! Company Facing Major Challenges

UFC PPVs take a hit!

UFC is not doing a great business in 2022 according to recent reports.


With one half of 2022 almost behind us, latest reports suggests UFC hasn't had a very good year so far.

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UFC PPV are not doing good in 2022.

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ESPN+ down due to low ufc ppv buys

In a recent report by Disney, ESPN+ recorded low results owing to a decrease in average UFC PPV buys.

UFC has seen some incredible cards this year, with the likes of Francis Ngannou, Justin Gaethje, Michael Chandler, and Israel Adesanya among others making their presence felt inside the Octagon.

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While the PPV buys have been down, there's a good news for the UFC as subscribers have gone up.


With Conor McGregor performing twice last year, it's safe to say that the numbers might not hold competition with UFC's 2021 PPV buys.

There's still a good more than 6 months left in 2022. With Jon Jones, Israel Adesanya, Nate Diaz, and Dustin Poirier among others set to fight this year, the PPV buys should see a major boost.

Who do you think will emerge as the UFC fighter with most PPV buys on his name this year?

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