Pros and Cons
- Specialises in particular sports. Those who particularly enjoy boxing, MMA, soccer or wrestling will find an expert resource with all the events they could ever need.
- Offers many subscription options. Whether it’s Fite Plus, Top Rank or AEW Plus, paying monthly or paying annually, there is a choice for everyone.
- Provides a news section. The site offers the latest news for fans to stay in the loop on developments in their favourite sport.
- App interface is hard to use. Some users have said that they found it hard to find the events they wanted while using the mobile app.
- Technical issues. People have complained that watch progress isn’t saved and the app won’t work with some devices listed as compatible.
- Price too high. There have been online reviews claiming that the price was too high for the content and experience received in return.
Types of content available
Fite provides access to live events and replays in the key sports they cater to. There is a schedule available on the site which shows which live events are coming up. These could include MMA, Muay Thai, Pro Wrestling and Boxing. Many events are free, and the price is listed for those that aren’t.
Top Fite events
The Fight Guys – Boxing insiders who recap events, conduct interviews and overall celebrate the sport of boxing.
QPW Super Slam II – Qatar Pro Wrestling sees stars from across the globe compete at the Ali Bin Hamad Attiyah Arena in Doha.
MMA Power Hour – A show which airs every Wednesday at 6pm PT with Adam Roorda and Colin Crandall to discuss the world of MMA.
South American World Cup Qualifiers – Games which decide who will progress to the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.
BKFC – The Bare Knuckle Fighting Championships are based in Philadelphia and headed up by David Feldman.
MLW Fusion – A professional wrestling TV program produced by Major League Wrestling. Features the wrestlers performing in professional matches.
Superior Challenge – One of the biggest MMA promotions with Swedish fighters challenged by the most elite in the field.
The selections along the top of the Fite website pinpoint links to the schedule, boxing, wrestling, MMA and soccer. Top events are shown in a slider at the top of the homepage. Subscriptions can be accessed in the top right hand corner, as can news and PPV.
Popular events across each sector covered are shown, along with other categories such as Recently Added. The social media is listed along the bottom and there is a search bar to find a particular event.
What setup do I need?
Fite is available on a range of devices. It works with all major web browsers, such as Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Edge. There is an app available on iOS App Store, Android Google Play and Amazon.
Other compatible devices include Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, Xbox One, PS4, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Kindle Fire tablet and Smart TVs from Samsung, LG, Sony, Sharp or Panasonic.
How to cancel Fite
- Go to your account by clicking on the icon along the top.
- Click on My subscriptions.
- Click on your membership.
- You will be directed to iTunes or Google Play if you are on mobile.
- Follow the steps specified and click on the membership you wish to cancel.
- Your membership will not renew at the next billing cycle.
Plans available, trials and subscription options
There are a number of different subscriptions available with Fite. Here is an overview of each one.
AEW Plus – Short for All Elite Wrestling, this membership provides exclusive live and on demand streaming for the weekly show Dynamite. Subscribers can also view previous premium events and PPVs, plus all AEW Dark episodes are available. $4.99 a month after a 7 day free trial.
Fite Plus – Provides unlimited on-demand access to PPVs from more than 25 organisations. Primetime MMA is available from sources such as UCMMA, Unified MMA and Brave FC. There is also pro wrestling and boxing action to enjoy. $4.99 a month after a 7 day free trial, or $49.99 a year after the trial.
Top Rank – Gives users access to a selection of over 20 live boxing events each year. Recent Top Rank events are available. There are top fights with Tyson Fury, Terence Crawford and other big names, plus an engaged boxing community. $4.99 a month.
Impact! Plus – There are over 3000 hours in the Impact Wrestling library to watch, which includes original series, reality shows, documentaries and historical content. Plus, there are live premium network specials. $7.99 a month after a 30 day free trial, or $71.99 a year after the trial.
Honor Club – Provides exclusive interviews and compilations, plus ROH historical footage, TV archives and ROH on tour. TV episodes and Pay Per View discounts are on offer. The VIP membership is $119.99 a year, the monthly subscription is $9.99 a month and the annual fee is $99.99.
Fite has a number of competitors in the sports streaming industry. For example, ESPN+ hosts live sports and originals across MLB, NHL, Serie A and more. Furthermore, there are sports packages available with cable cutter packages such as fuboTV and Sling, as channels such as ESPN, TBS and TNT are provided. However, Fite stands out due to its dedication to a niche selection of sports, so some events which may not be available as PPV with other providers are available with Fite. Furthermore, Fite provides an engaged community and news section.
What we liked about Fite
We like that Fite has a strong website, with a recognisable brand. The site is easy to navigate on desktop, and there is no end of events to watch. The schedule feature makes it easy to plan for upcoming events, and it’s easy to stay up to date on the latest news.
What we disliked about Fite
We sometimes found that events were difficult to stream, and were occasionally put off by the price for individual PPV events. The app was a little difficult to use in terms of finding particular events.
Is Fite worth it?
If you are obsessed with wrestling, boxing, MMA or soccer, then Fite is a no-brainer. There is a huge wealth of information and events to stay up to date on with a clearly knowledgeable provider. If you only like one of the sports, the value for money may not be there, but if you are going to regularly use at least 50% of the site’s offering then it is definitely worth at least making use of one of the free trials and giving it a go.
How to sign up to Fite
- Click on the Account symbol in the top right hand corner.
- Choose whether you want to continue with Facebook, Google, Twitter or email.
- Enter your name, email, and password.
- Your account has now been created and you can browse available events.
- Pay for an event which requires a one-off payment for live streaming.
- Alternatively, sign up for one of the available monthly or annual subscriptions.
- Start watching!