The days of UFC on FOX will soon be over after the UFC signed a new media rights deal with FOX rival ESPN beginning in January of 2019. The ESPN deal marks the end of seven years on FOX and FOX Sports networks, which was signed back in 2011. The multi-year ESPN deal will include 15 live events per year which will be branded \u201cUFC on ESPN\u201d. Each event will contain 12-fights. The partnership with ESPN will also include streaming services for UFC content, with subscriptions costing $4.99 a month or $49.99 per year. UFC President Dana White was ecstatic about the deal (MMA Mania): \u201cI couldn\u2019t be more excited to partner with The Walt Disney Company and ESPN on an agreement that will continue to grow our sport. UFC has always done deals with the right partners at the right time and this one is no exception. We will now have the ability to deliver fights to our young fan base wherever they are and whenever they want it. This deal is a home run for ESPN and UFC.\u201d The UFC began fielding offers for a new media rights after FOX allegedly lowballed them. Those who subscribe to the UFC\u2019s content on ESPN will have access to: \tExclusive, all new-seasons of \u201cDana White\u2019s Contender Series\u201d beginning in June 2019 \tA new original, all-access series produced by IMG Original Content \tExclusive pre- and post-event shows for all 15 \u201cUFC on ESPN+ Fight Nights\u201d \tNon-exclusive access to UFC\u2019s full archive of programming, including historic events, classic bouts, and original programming \tAdditional UFC-branded content, including \u201cUFC Countdown\u201d shows, press conferences, weigh-ins, and pre-and post-shows No word yet on how this will impact UFC Fight Pass, which is the UFC\u2019s current content streaming platform. The FOX deal officially ends at the end of 2018.