Details surrounding some of the UFC’s business standing were made public in a recent financial report.
The UFC and WWE recently merged to form a joint company earlier this year. While the two entities likely won’t crossover, it puts a massive price tag on the two massive platforms under Endeavor.
UFC President Dana White, along with Lorenzo and Frank Fertitta, purchased the UFC in the early 2000s when it was struggling to make a profit. Now, financial concerns are a thing of the past for the mixed martial arts juggernaut.
The UFC’s parent company, Zuffa LLC, recently filed with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
You can check out the full SEC filing here.
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Endeavor’s acquisition of WWE was worth around $9.3 billion. The joint company is worth an astounding $21 billion as of this writing.
2023 will likely be another profitable year for Zuffa LLC and the UFC. The UFC has already hosted a slew of star-powered cards, including the return of Jon Jones and the anticipated comeback of Conor McGregor.
The UFC isn’t going anywhere as arguably the biggest platform in combat sports, and it continues to shatter the mold of what was previously thought to be possible in MMA.