Jon Jones vs Chael Sonnen TUF 17The Ultimate Fighter: Team Jones vs. Team Sonnen TV ratings hit season low in week ten.

Episode ten drew 1.09 million viewers, according to TVbytheNumbers.com.

The episode featured two quarterfinal bouts and a visit from UFC women’s bantamweight titleholder Ronda Rousey.

The ratings are significantly down from week nine which saw the second highest numbers of the season with 1.5 million viewers tuning in.

The reality show was gaining momentum in recent weeks.  There’s two more weeks to go before the finale.  Next week features the final two quarterfinal bouts and the announcement of the semifinal match-ups.

TUF 17 TV Ratings:

Week 1: 1.51 million viewers
Week 2: 1.30 million viewers
Week 3: 1.20 million viewers
Week 4: 1.25 million viewers
Week 5: 1.13 million viewers
Week 6: 1.14 million viewers
Week 7: 1.26 million viewers
Week 8: 1.12 million viewers
Week 9: 1.30 million viewers
Week 10: 1.09 million viewers

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