MMA Fans Left In Awe As UFC Debut Stunning Use Of 8K Cameras At UFC 258
Both WWE and football have now integrated 8K cameras into their content in the hopes of enhancing the viewing experience for fans from their homes.
And UFC has now followed suit as 8K cameras debuted for the MMA organisation at UFC 258 at the UFC Apex facility in Las Vegas, Nevada.
UFC legend Jon Jones was also impressed by the visual showcase as he took to Twitter to share his thoughts on 8K cameras.
The 33-year-old American star tweeted: "Seems like the UFC got new cameras, some of these angles are looking so dope."
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MMA fans, much like Jones, were left in awe at the quality of UFC 258 and shared their thoughts on social media.
"It looks the f*****g business. Didn't realise till I saw this tweet. Makes sense now. Beautiful," one fan said.
While another posted: "Felt like the first time I put contact lenses [in]. Everything everywhere was clear AF."
A third fan tweeted: "Actually looks better than in real life."
And a fourth added: "This is crazy! It's like the game! 8K is nutz [sic]."
The 33-year-old Nigerian-American star, who is undefeated in UFC, successfully retained his championship with a TKO victory in the third round.
Alexa Grasso defeated Maycee Barber in the women's flyweight clash and Kelvin Gastelum claimed victory over Ian Heinisch.
Ricky Simon secured a unanimous decision victory over Brian Kelleher, while Julian Marquez submitted Maki Pitolo in the third round of their middleweight fight.
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