The Ultimate Fighting Championship's first event on Fuel TV pulled in modest TV ratings, while Spike TV found continued success with its counter-programming.
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.
Friday night’s Bellator 80 averaged 148,000 viewers on MTV2, while Saturday’s early morning UFC on Fuel TV 6 drew 88,000.
An early morning live UFC event proved to be tough on TV ratings for Fuel TV, but UFC on Fuel TV 6 added a strong showing with the evening replay.
UFC on Fuel TV 5: Struve vs. Miocic gave Fuel TV its best TV ratings yet, in total, for a UFC event on the action sports network, although there is one caveat to that statement.
Tuesday's live broadcast of UFC on FUEL TV 3 drew 173,000 viewers.
MMAjunkie.com today confirmed the ratings information with an industry source.
The three-hour, six-fight main-car...
To many networks, the UFC on Fuel 1 TV ratings were modest, but they were record-setting for Fuel, unlocking untapped potential for the extreme sports network.
Earlier today, MMAjunkie.com reported that Wednesday's UFC on FUEL TV 1 event averaged 217,000 viewers, which set a UFC-FUEL TV record.
Now, FUEL TV has released additional information, i...
Wednesday's UFC on FUEL TV 1 event drew 217,000 viewers, MMAjunkie.com today confirmed with industry sources.
That's a new live-event record for FUEL TV, which drew 148,000 viewers for th...
OMAHA, Neb. - Wednesday's "UFC on FUEL TV 1: Sanchez vs. Ellenberger"
event drew a reported 6,283 attendees and generated a live gate of
UFC president Dana White revealed the ...