Season 14 of “The Ultimate Fighter” maintained its momentum
following the Sept. 21 season debut, as Spike TV officials on
Thursday announced that episode two earned an average of 1.6
million viewers for its Wednesday broadcast.
The episode also netted a household rating of 1.22, as well as
ratings of 1.58 and 1.95 in the male 18-49 and 18-34 demographics,
respectively. All three figures, as well as the episode’s total
viewership, showed a slight increase from the season premiere,
which took in an average of 1.5 million viewers.
Episode two featured coaches Michael
Bisping and Jason “Mayhem”
Miller divide the 16 competitors into teams, with each coach
taking eight featherweights and eight bantamweights. This week’s
installment concluded with the first of the preliminary bouts, as
Caraway (Pictured, File Photo) defeated Marcus
Brimage via second-round rear-naked choke, earning Team Miller
the first win of the season.