Following the recent TV ratings success of MMA Uncensored Live when Spike TV temporarily moved the show into primetime on Sept. 6, the network has decided to make the move permanent.
The show had previously peaked at 567,000 viewers in its 11 p.m. ET timeslot, but hit a mark of 696,000 viewers when bumped up to 10 p.m. ET.
Beginning on Sept. 20, MMA Uncensored Live will make its new home at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Thursday nights, but also expand from its half-hour format up to a full hour per episode.
MMA Uncensored Live features radio personality Craig Carton as host along with former middleweight fighter Nate Quarry and mixed martial arts veteran journalist Luke Thomas.
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