So i am currently a subscriber to both these services. Here are the pro and cons from using the normal browser on a PC. I use DAZN canada and fight pass in australia DAZN: Pros: - Always has a combination of 2 boxing events, MMA, you never feel like your being taken advantage of on a weekly basis. Basically you always have something new to watch that is relevant in the boxing world every week and bellator is awesome at the moment. Just this week you had the WBSS super series and andrade vs kauton - The WBSS super series has been amazing so far and DAZN continues to deliver great coverage - They have secured the biggest draws in boxing with Canelo for US, Anthony Joshua for UK. No more $50-85 ppvs for these guys - Bellator and combate americas coverage has been honestly great - Basically i feel like cards that were always sold to me at premium ppv price have been significantly reduced to a point where i dont feel the need to stream Cons: - Stream is okay-terrible. Thought it was on my end but did some testing its definitely on their end. Significant buffers occasionally or quality just decides to dip in 240p territory. Worse thing is, is that it doesnt allow to pick a quality like 720p and load it like a youtube vid for its REPLAYS, understandable if live but replays come on no fuckin excuse - Interface is fucking terrible. - Fights last less than a week, highlights afterwards - When watching fight cards on replay you cannot pick the fight you want from a drop down menu. You have to manually guess where the fight is. This would be okay if the event was 3 hours long. But these boxing cards go 6 hours. One time i pressed a section only to find out from from hour 5 15 min to hour 6 30 IT WAS JUST THE DAZN LOGO SCREEN. 90 minute of this bullshit like wtf cut that shit out. Finding a relevant fight that i missed and didnt know the outcome was like playing russian roulette, didn't know if i pressed a section i would be at the end of the fight. Live stream doesn't have these issues but god damn boxing needs better structure for their cards (not dazn fault, boxing always has this issue) 90 minutes of this shit Fight pass (australia): Pros: - Every fight night card and prelim is given to you. No blackout restrictions - Stream is phenomenal live - You can load quality for replays - Drop down menu is intuitive and easy - Interface is easy and human - interesting content options such as documentaries, looking for a fight and other smaller promotional cards. Particularly liked quintet Cons: - Invicta FC is being sold to me as the main reason to have this subscription dafaq - The glory events aren't the big ones. And if there is a big one you have to purchase it as a normal ppv (dafaq) - Sometimes go 2 weeks without any relevant cards - Doesn't include its main ppv fights, DAZN will give the big shit at the smallest price while UFC want upwards to $65 - Sometimes honestly feel taken advantage of. Overall: I honestly like both services. Fight pass serves as a great platform to revisit fights and the interface shows. Live fight night cards have been great from a stream standpoint. UFC events are just better structured. Boxing has always been terrible with structure and pacing of bouts and you end up with 5-6 hour cards (i think its a huge reason why UFC succeeded over boxing a decade and now). Its just with UFC you feel being taken advantage of. The big fights are never given to you as a a subscription, you have to purchase at such a ridiculous price as a lone consumer. DAZN is great at giving important boxing fights and the carny of bellator. Its pretty pathetic as a fight library (only lasts a week and its vault is pretty small) and i laugh at the "Netflix of sports" comparisons. Stream buffers sometimes and they are significantly damaging when they do. It should only be used for live events honestly.