Sponsors and Advertisers


United Fight Alliance is a one hour MMA program that is available in over 100 million homes domestically and is also broadcast internationally.  UFA features extremely competitive combat fighting matches with new and seasoned fighters. You will see exclusive and high profile interviews get the inside track on fighters, get access to behind the scenes training sessions and much more.

MMA has become a mainstream sport and television networks have responded rapidly to MMA’s growing popularity by readily increasing coverage of the sport.  Our integrated approach to sponsorship will help your company build brand awareness, strengthen customer loyalty and increase sales.  UFA is dedicated to the fighters, fans, partners and the unprecedented growth of the sport of MMA as it thrives at local, regional and national levels through all mediums.

Your company has many opportunities to engage the fans and audience including:

  • On-site, live event presence – VIP Table with Prime Seating, Exposure in Multi-channel News advertising, Premier Sponsor logo recognition at Event on stage, Cage and Mat signage, Banners, Booth space, Jumbotron marketing, Flyer and Promotional handouts, Give-aways, Cage interviews with VIP
  • Online – Premier Sponsor logo listing or advertisement on Website, Sponsoring messages through Social Media platforms, Pay-Per-View and Television, Press Releases, email newsletters and more.
  • Television – Premier Sponsor recognition on Television, Sponsorship and Presentation of Championship fights or episodes, Logo and Product Placement, Signage, Audio mentions. Other sponsorships include Fight Clock, Fight of the Night, Tale of the Tape, Replay, 30 and sixty second commercial time and more.
  • Contact us for a full list of sponsorship opportunities.

MMA is a billion dollar industry and THE fastest growing sport in the world.  For more information about becoming a UFA sponsor or advertising with UFA and finding out how you can reach the highly desirable demographic of males and females ages 18-49 with your message.

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Why MMA?

MMA is the fastest growing sport both domestically and internationally and has performed exceptionally well in the male and female 18-49 year old demographic.   With its explosive expansion, MMA is also sanctioned and regulated in over 45 states and growing.   Multinational corporations have caught on to the phenomenon and top name brands  are proud sponsors of events, making  MMA is the hottest growth sector in sports today and continues to reach new heights.

Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) is an extreme combat sport combining boxing, grappling and a myriad of martial arts. The sport attracts a large cross section of audiences including young, well-established, high-tech consumers and sports fans. Our target audience is the male age 18-49 year old demographic. 

Domestic research from a Mediamark Research & Intelligence (MRI+) sample survey found that 84.7% of all men surveyed watch MMA sports on a regular basis. 70.2% of our target demographic, men ages 18-49, are regular watchers of the sport.  Additionally, MMA is popular among women. 13.7% of women age 18-49 watch on a regular basis and 22.7% on an occasional basis. 

Our prospective audience adopts technology early and is more likely to own high tech household items such as HDTVs, on-demand video, a video game system and broadband Internet. They are more likely than others to express interest and participation in advanced features like PPV, mobile web browsing and social media. Overall, MMA and combat sports enthusiasts tend to be comparatively wealthy and technologically savvy.
Our media vehicles reach an audience that represents a substantial number of people with buying power.

According to Scarborough Sports Marketing, in addition to being a youthful demographic, MMA fans have sound financials. They are 15% more likely than the average American to have a household income of at least $75,000, and are 10% more likely to own a second home. They are selective investors, and 6% more likely to have stocks or stock options in their household. Additionally, they are 33% more likely to invest online.
-- Mediamark Research & Intelligence