Bellator MMA on Thursday closed out its eighth season with a strong showing in the TV ratings.
Bellator 94 live broadcast records one of the season's lowest TV ratings, but strong draw to the replay bolsters the bottom line.
The penultimate event of Bellator’s eighth season averaged 713,000 viewers for its Thursday-night broadcast on Spike TV.
Bellator 92 attracted 741,000 viewers to Spike TV for its initial showing on Thursday night, according to an industry source.
Thursday night’s Bellator 91 broadcast on Spike TV averaged 901,000 viewers
Thursday’s Bellator 91 showed a marked improvement in TV ratings over the past few weeks returns, hitting the second highest point of the season.
Spike TV on Thursday launched the Bellator MMA app for iPhone and iPad, allowing you to become "the 4th Judge."
Bellator 89 continued the trend of steady TV ratings for the promotion since it made the jump to Spike TV in January, following a stint on MTV2.
Bellator MMA is now four weeks into its eighth season – its first on Spike TV – and the TV ratings are holding steady.
Thursday night’s two-hour broadcast of Bellator 88 on Spike TV averaged 807,000 viewers, according to an industry source.
Many people share the misconception that Randy Couture has cut a deal with Bellator Fighting Championships, perhaps even UFC president Dana White. He has not.
The “Fight Master: Bellator MMA” coaches: Randy Couture, Frank Shamrock, Greg Jackson, and Joe Warren comment on their new role with Spike TV and Bellator Fighting Championships.
Bellator’s third event of Season 8 averaged 705,000 viewers for its two-hour live broadcast Thursday night on Spike TV.
Will Brooks has much to look forward to these days.
Randy Couture has signed a multi-year agreement with Spike TV and will serve as a coach for the first season of Bellator’s forthcoming reality show.