This past weekend's four-fight UFC on FX 1 event, which was the first UFC main card to air on the FOX-owned FX, averaged 1.3 million viewers.
Additionally, the night's six-bout prelimin...
Next week James Te Huna meets fellow contender Glover Teixeira in a pay-per-view main-card bout at UFC 160. Te Huna enters the fight with a four-fight win streak, which included this win o...
The Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale continued the UFC’s streak of setting TV ratings records for Fuel TV.
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.
UFC on Fuel TV 7, airing outside of prime time, pulled strong TV ratings, nearly matching the high mark for a live UFC event on the network.
The recent UFC 156 Prelims on FX set a new benchmark for preliminary bout telecasts, whether on FX or Fuel TV.
Despite the highly anticipated return of Georges St-Pierre in the UFC 154 main event on PPV, the preliminary broadcast on FX failed to receive any TV ratings boost from the fallout.
Friday night’s Bellator 80 averaged 148,000 viewers on MTV2, while Saturday’s early morning UFC on Fuel TV 6 drew 88,000.