The numbers are in for GLORY 17 from this past weekend's event (June 21, 2014) in Inglewood, California, inside The Forum. With 483,000 viewers and a peak viewership of 862,000, the fight card became the fourth-highest rated show in the promotion's seven-show televised history on Spike TV.
The ratings are in for GLORY 17. The kickboxing promotion's seventh show on Spike TV saw 483,000 viewers tune in see Gabriel Varga win the featherweight "Contender" tournament and Mirko "Cro Cop" Filipovic def more
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Stacking the main card with three title fights was definitely worth it in the end for Ray Sefo and the gang ...
Business is about to pick up.
World Series of Fighting (WSOF) drew its biggest television number yet in the promotion's short history with WSOF 10: "Branch vs. Taylor" last Saturday night (June 21, 2014).
Complete with three title fights on the main card, the NBC Sports broadcast shattered previous records held by events from the past, bringing in 365,000 viewers, according to MMA Figh more
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The World Series of Fighting beat its previous record television audience record by 38 percent on Saturday night when 365,000 watched a show with three title fights on NBC Sports Network. Two weeks away from its highest profile event, the World Series of Fighting destroyed its previous television viewing record with Saturday night's show with three title matches.The WSOF 10 show did 365,000 viewers on NBC Sports Network in competition with boxing on Showtime and Glory on Spike. The company's pre more
Glory 17 “Los Angeles” averaged 462,000 viewers for its two-hour broadcast on Saturday night, according to an industry source. more
Strap yourself in: The UFC is coming at you with two events this weekend. So grab a case of a beer, fill up the chip bowl and light the grill, because it's going to be a long day.
First, on Fight Pass, we get an early (5 a.m. ET) card in America in the form of UFC Fight Night 43. Live from New Zealand, the card boasts local talent and some established veterans who are looking to cement their names.
Then on Fox Sports 1, UFC Fight Night 44 hits on Saturday night from San Antonio. Also with some t more