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How to Watch TUF 18: Team Rousey vs Team Tate

The Ultimate Fighter returns for its 18th season on Wednesday, September 4, and the groundbreaking reality series will make history once again as UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey and heated rival Miesha Tate lead a host of male and female hopefuls toward a UFC contract in the toughest competition in sports.
 

TV Airings


United States
Wednesdays at 10/7pm ET/TP on FOX Sports 1TUF 18: Team Rousey vs Team Tate
Mondays on FOX Deportes


Canada
Wednesdays at 10/7pm ET/PT on Sportsnet 360

Brasil
Wednesdays at 11pm BRT on Combate

Philippines
Thursdays at 9pm PHT on Balls

Korea
Wednesdays at 11pm KST on SPOTV 2

Australia
Thursdays 5th at 4:30pm AEST on FUEL TV

India
Thursdays at 9pm IST on SONY SIX

New Zealand
Thursdays at 2pm NZT on SKY TV

United Kingdom
Thursdays at 11:00pm BST on BT Sport

United Arab Emirates and the Middle East
Thursdays at 5:00 KSA on OSN Sports 2

Portugal
Thursdays at 10pm GMT on SPORT.TV1

Online Airings - Season Pass

Episodes will be made available digitally worldwide the day following their television premiere. Now you can make sure you don't miss a second of the action by purchasing a season pass through one of several outlets listed below. The first two-hour episode of TUF 18 is available on Thursday, September 5th.

UFC.tv

iTunes

Xbox Live

Amazon

Sony Playstation Network


And if you are watching The Ultimate Fighter at your local bar: Snap a photo with the cardboard cutout of Ronda Rousey and Miesha Tate and post to Instagram or Twitter using #TUFontap and the name of the bar you are watching at. The bar with the most mentions will win a viewing party with a UFC fighter.  

For more information on this season of The Ultimate Fighter, visit UFC.com/TUF

Friday, September 5
9PM/6PM
ETPT
Mashantucket, CT

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