The Feb. 21 Spike TV broadcast of “UFC 95: Sanchez vs. Stevenson,” which aired this past Saturday on Spike TV, peaked with three million viewers.

UFC 95 netted a 1.6 household rating and averaged 2.4 million viewers. UFC 95 also scored more viewers in the key demographics of Men 18-34 (634,000) and Men 18-49 (1.24 million) than any cable or network program during its 9 p.m. to midnight timeslot.

UFC was originally scheduled to air 5 fights but 9 fights made the broadcast thus breaking the previous record of 7 fights aired on a previous UFC event on Spike TV. UFC 95 ratings were also up from the most recent UFC offering on Spike TV, UFC Fight Night 17.

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