The fourth episode of “The Ultimate Fighter” Season 13 held the
line on Wednesday, matching the episode three figure of 1.3 million
viewers. Spike TV officials on Friday emailed Sherdog.com the
The April 20 episode brought a small increase in its household
rating with a 0.93, up from episode two’s 0.9. However, the male
18-34 and 18-49 demographics each took a hit in week four,
registering ratings of 1.23 and 1.24, respectively. Both figures
are down from last week’s ratings of 1.7 and 1.4 in those
Episode four saw Team Dos Santos earn its third victory in the
competition, as Ramsey
Nijem (Pictured) outworked Team Lesnar’s Charlie
Rader en route to a second-round submission win. Nijem
immediately pressed the attack in the fight’s early going,
corralling Rader against the cage and digging hard for a takedown.
The Team Dos Santos representative finally finished his maneuver,
putting Rader on his back near the end of the round.
The second frame proved even worse for Rader, as Nijem again took
him to the floor, this time pounding on him before taking his back.
Nijem applied a rear-naked choke, and Rader quickly tapped,
prompting Rader's coach, Brock
Lesnar, to throw his stool into the Octagon out of frustration.