The TV ratings are in for Friday night’s UFC on FX 3: Johnson vs. McCall II event from Sunrise, Fla., and, thus far, Friday nights aren’t paying big dividends for the UFC.<...
This past weekend's four-fight "UFC on FX 3: Johnson vs. McCall" main-card broadcast,
which was the third UFC main card to air on the FOX-owned FX, averaged
1.1 million viewers.
The TV ratings are in for Tuesday night's UFC on Fuel TV 3 are in, and they're slightly lower than the first two live UFC events on Fuel.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship with UFC on Fuel TV 9: Mousasi vs. Latifi continued to lift Fuel TV up in the TV ratings race.
UFC 158: St-Pierre vs. Diaz continued setting TV ratings benchmarks on Tuesday as the numbers came back for the UFC 158 Prelims on FX.
Saturday’s UFC 157: Rousey vs. Carmouche marked a historic weekend for women in fighting, but didn’t exactly drive TV ratings into the stratosphere. The prelims held steady on FX.
Renan Barao and Michael McDonald will soon stroll into the history books together as participants in the first Ultimate Fighting Championship title bout on Fuel TV.
The recent UFC 156 Prelims on FX set a new benchmark for preliminary bout telecasts, whether on FX or Fuel TV.
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 recent UFC on FX 7: Belfort vs. Bisping event not only sold out Brazil, it also drew record TV ratings for an FX event both on the main network and for the prelim bouts on Fuel TV.