No matter the promotion, Quinton Jackson remains a significant draw.
UFC Fight Night 26 helped Fox Sports 1 make a strong first impression on Saturday night.
While ratings were predictably down for UFC on Fox 8, the event still ranked No. 1 among the 18-49 year-old demographic on Saturday night.
The penultimate event of Bellator’s eighth season averaged 713,000 viewers for its Thursday-night broadcast on Spike TV.
The World Series of Fighting’s sophomore event averaged 210,000 viewers.
Bellator 89 averaged 719,000 viewers for its Thursday night broadcast on Spike TV.
Episode 4 of “The Ultimate Fighter” Season 17 averaged 1.25 million viewers during its one-hour broadcast Tuesday night on FX.
The third installment of “The Ultimate Fighter” Season 17 averaged 1.2 million viewers for its Tuesday night broadcast on cable network FX.
Episode 2 of “The Ultimate Fighter” Season 17 averaged 1.27 million viewers during its Tuesday night broadcast on FX.
Bellator’s third event of Season 8 averaged 705,000 viewers for its two-hour live broadcast Thursday night on Spike TV.
It looks like flyweights can appeal to the masses.
The flyweights have officially arrived and the numbers from the overnight ratings prove that people were definitely there in support.
UFC on Fox 5 averaged 3.4 million viewers on Saturday night, a slight increase from the promotion’s previous two efforts on the Fox network.
Episode 7 of “The Ultimate Fighter” Season 16 averaged 676,000 viewers during its Friday night broadcast on FX, and Bellator 78 earned 154,000 observers the same night on MTV2.
Bellator Fighting Championships rebounded this past week from some of its lowest MTV2 ratings numbers to date.
After a May 25 Bellator 70 event drew just 119,000 MTV2 viewers, Bellator ...