The Ultimate Fighter: Team Jones vs. Team Sonnen is now at the halfway point of its run, and holding steady in the TV ratings.
The Ultimate Fighter: Team Jones vs. Team Sonnen is five weeks into the season and seems to be settling in on its audience.
Four weeks into its 17th season and The Ultimate Fighter is settling into its stride in regards to TV ratings.
What was likely the TUF 17 knockout of the season didn't account for knockout numbers in the TV ratings, although they did hold steady.
The TUF 17 TV ratings dipped slightly from the 1.51 million viewers that watched the two-hour season premier, but held strong the second week into the season.
The first Bellator MMA broadcast on Spike set a TV ratings record for the promotion, notching in at an average of 938,000 viewers. Bellator 86 didn’t do quite as well, but it didn’t take a h...
Episode 11 of “The Ultimate Fighter” Season 16 averaged 804,000 viewers this past Friday on FX, while Bellator 82 drew 156,000 observers to MTV2 on the same night.
The Bellator TV ratings for their two most recent events were nearly identical, but unfortunately a little on the low side.
The MMA World Series of Fighting launched on Saturday night with Arlovski vs. Cole. The TV ratings are in for the NBC Sports Network telecast of the event.
Episode 8 of “The Ultimate Fighter 16” drew an average of 1.1 million viewers to FX this past Friday, according to an industry source.
The ratings rollercoaster for the 16th season of the Ultimate Fighter continues as the latest episode bounced back after the worst in series history.
The fifth episode of “The Ultimate Fighter 16” drew an average of 624,000 viewers to FX on Friday night, the smallest audience since the reality series began in 2005.
TUF 16 fighters Dom Waters and Mike Ricci join MMAWeekly.com each week to give their thoughts on the latest episode of the Ultimate Fighter.
TUF 16 fighter and Canadian stand-out Mike Ricci joins MMAWeekly.com to look back at the first couple of weeks on the show.
All is fair in love and war... but it is especially so in business. Case in point, Spike TV continues to counterprogram the UFC's efforts with the Fox family of networks.