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How to Watch The Ultimate 100 Knockouts

The Ultimate Fighting Championship celebrates 20 years of MMA with this unprecedented compilation of the 100 greatest knockouts from the past two decades, compiled from the archives of the sport’s top promotions: UFC®, Strikeforce®, World Extreme Cagefighting®, PRIDE® and Affliction.
This is a fight fan’s dream: a collection of the best jaw-dropping, eye-popping knockouts ever seen, many of which have not been televised for years. This special features legends including Anderson Silva, Rampage Jackson, Dan Henderson, Mirko Cro Cop and Chuck Liddell—to name just a few.

This collection, hosted by Jon Anik and priced at $19.99, is available exclusively on Pay-Per-View during January and February.

Click your cable or satellite provider below to find the airing schedule.


DirecTV


iN DEMAND (includes Time Warner, Cox, Charter, Comcast, Cablevision, Brighthouse and Suddenlink cable systems)


DISH


UFC.TV (available globally)


YouTube (available in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Spain, France, UK, Japan, Korea, Russia and US)

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