Fox Sports 2 is an American sports-oriented satellite television and satellite television tv channel, owned by the Fox Sports Media Group department of Twenty-first Century Fox and is based out of the Fox Sports division’s head office in the Westwood area of Los Angeles.
The system was initially established as Fuel TV on This summer 1, 2003, concentrating on the lifestyle of extreme sports, such as professional skateboarding, snow skiing, wakeboarding, moto cross, browsing, BMX, FMX. The system’s popularity extended further with the release of UFC fighting development to its collection this year as aspect of a broader deal with Fox Sports.
On Aug 17, 2013, Fuel TV was renamed as Fox Sports 2 to supplement the replacement of sis channel Speed with the general sports network Fox Sports 1; in contrast to the widely promoted release of Fox Sports 1, Fox placed little attention on the free of charge re-launch of Fuel TV as its sis system. Upon the re-launch, the channel was extended into a popular sports service with a broader variety of content, although fight sports (such as UFC-related programs) will remain a fundamental element of the collection.