On Nov. 12, the UFC will premiere on Fox and introduce MMA to a brand new audience. This is a monumental step for the sport, one that will forever alter how the casual viewer perceives mixed martial arts.
As is, the UFC could air the same programming it gives for its pay-per-views and Fight Nights. The format is solid and exciting, and the average fan wouldn't know the difference.
Fox is a completely different animal than Spike or FX, however. The demographic is larger than the standard 18-35 year-old male range the UFC usually caters to, and Zuffa has a big opportunity in its hands to expand the UFC's audience.
In the midst of this event, here are 10 changes the UFC might have to make as it broadcasts over network television.