UCA Ragnarok (2012) was a Fiction Wrestling pay-per-view event produced by Universal Character Association (UCA). It was preceded by Survival Games (2012) and was followed by Royal Reckoning (2013).





Ragnarok recieved mixed reviews from critics and fans alike, with the buyrate for the event being clocked in at 191,000 purchases, slightly up from last year's of 189,000 purchases. Also, the event was declared the second highest grossing Ragnarok pay-per-view of all time, only outdone by Ragnarok 2005.

Colby O'Riley of The Baltimore Sun went on to write that the Intercontinental Championship No Disqualification match was, "simply the best you can expect from the Asylum Inmate and the Number One Hyperactive KnuckleHeaded Ninja." He gave this match a 9.5 out of 10. He also stated that the Cruiserweight Championship match, "showcased the budding skills of the young rookie Tidus." He rated this matchup with an 8.5 out of 10. He criticized the event for its numerous cheap finishes, saying that, "When you want a stable to look strong, you have to make them get a clean win at least ONCE. Is once too much to ask for?!"

Kyle Macintosh and Ronald St. Pierce of the Canadian Online Explorer rated the event with an 8.5 out of 10. The Jason-Naruto match was rated with a perfect 10 out of 10, the Red-Takuya match was stated as being, "a match that couldn't live up to its hype," and was rated an 8 out of 10, and the World Heavyweight Championship match was said to be, "one of the night's biggest highlights, but the usual cheap finish sort of tainted the match's significance," being rated with a 9 out of 10.