The UFC honored Veterans Day through a series of activations, including a special event, Battle at Bragg, and $40,000 in donations to leading nonprofit organizations that benefit U.S. veterans, active duty military personnel and their families.

“The UFC and UFC FIGHT PASS are proud to support our veterans,” said Crowley Sullivan, Vice President and General Manager, UFC FIGHT PASS. “In addition to a live event taking place at Fort Bragg, we’ve committed $40,000 to directly benefit veterans and service members.”

Veterans Day, UFC FIGHT PASS Exclusively Streamed Live Battle at Bragg in partnership with Cage Fury Fighting Championship (CFFC), a one-of-a-kind event on the platform. Collegiate wrestlers from Campbell University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of Michigan competed at Fort Bragg, the headquarters of the Airborne Forces and Special Operations.

In addition to the special event, FIGHT PASS has committed individual donations of $10,000 to leading nonprofit organizations that benefit veterans and active duty service members, including the Bob Woodruff Foundation, the United Service Organizations, Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors and Ranger Road. Each of these non-profit organizations provides essential resources and support to veterans, current military personnel and their families.

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