As we noted earlier today, FITE TV has announced the launch of its full-fledged channel on the ROKU streaming platform designed to provide direct access to FITE’s live TV programming.
15 years ago, my friends and I would pool money to watch a UFC or pro wrestling event on Pay-Per-View. Back in those days if you didn’t have cable or satellite yourself, then you were SOL if your buddies weren’t watching the big events. Fast forward to today. Now you can buy that event on whichever device you’d like, and you don’t need cable or satellite to do it. If you’re a WWE fan, you don’t need PPV outlets are now completely obsolete with the inception of WWE Network, if it’s available in your area.
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Fite.tv is fast becoming the new way to watch Pay-Per-View online. It’s a lot easier than figuring out how to order something on your cable box because it might not be something you’re used to doing. I swear, I accidentally changed my TV settings when I sat on the remote before, and then I had to call my cable company to ask them how to fix this. I saw a lot of these similar complaints on Twitter for the Mayweather vs. McGregor fight.
The website doesn’t just offer a vast online PPV for MMA and boxing, but it also carries pro wrestling. Fite currently carries promotions such as Ring of Honor and Championship Wrestling From Hollywood. So you don’t have to switch between your cable box and your laptop. You can get it all on Fite.tv.
With Fite.tv, all you have to do is go to the website, and there you go. It’s all laid out there for you. So the next time you want to watch a Pay-Per-View event online instead of through your cable box, use Fite.tv. It’s just easier.