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The Anthony "Rumble" Johnson win over Alexander Gustafsson Saturday night paced UFC on FOX to drawing 2.82 million viewers on the preliminary overnight ratings. It was the best overnight number for a UFC on FOX event since January 26, 2013. The UFC had a solid showing Saturday night on FOX, as based on the overnight ratings, the show headlined by Anthony "Rumble" Johnson's win over Alexander Gustafsson did 2.82 million viewers and a 1.1 rating in the key 18-49 demo based on figures from TVbythen read news >>

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Take a closer look at Fight Night Stockholm in this edition of By The Numbers. read news >>

  • 3 days ago
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If seeing is believing, then the MMA world can no longer refute the fact that Conor McGregor is a star. According to MMAFighting.com, the viewership numbers from UFC Fight Night 59, which was headlined by McGregor and Dennis Siver, drew an average of 2,751,000 viewers. Those record-breaking numbers peaked at 3,162,000 when McGregor stepped into the cage for the main event. The previous record was held by the UFC’s debut event on FOX Sports 1, which featured a light heavyweight bout between Chael read news >>

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The numbers say Saturday’s UFC on FOX 14 main card showdown between Phil Davis and Ryan Bader could be an uneventful snoozefest. But the principle fighters disagree.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Up until Saturday, all the talk of how big Conor McGregor was as a star was more theoretical.Sure, he was a good fighter and he was one of the most charismatic personalities the UFC had ever had. His appearance at UFC 178 undoubtedly helped the pay-per-view greatly, as the show topped 200,000 buys, probably about double what a Demetrious Johnson vs. Chris Cariaso fight would do on its own. But those are still nothing out of the ordinary for lower level pay-per-view show numbers.Sunday's UFC Figh read news >>

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Take a closer look at Fight Night Boston with this edition of By The Numbers. read news >>

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Take a closer look at Fight Night Boston with this edition of By The Numbers. read news >>

  • 11 days ago
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As was expected with the buildup, UFC 182 was the most successful event for the company since UFC 168, with early cable estimates of the show headlined by Jon Jones vs. Daniel Cormier for the UFC light heavyweight title coming in at between 740,000 and 820,000 pay-per-view buys.The number was more impressive given it went head-to-head with the Baltimore Ravens vs. Pittsburgh Steelers NFL playoff game that drew 28 million viewers, and both the NFL and UFC strongly hit the adult male demographic. read news >>

  • 17 days ago
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Last year, the UFC introduced a new behind-the-scenes video blog series called “Embedded”. Starting with UFC 173 in May, camera crews followed fighters at the top of the forthcoming pay-per-view card... read news >>

  • 21 days ago
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Dana White says UFC 182 PPV numbers were much higher than their predicted 750,000 buys. On the days leading up to the grudge match between Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier, Dana White predicted that UFC 182 would do about 750,000 pay-per-view buys. During the post-fight press conference on Saturday night, the UFC president said that they are doing much better than that earlier estimate. "The pay-per-view was through the roof. It's blowing what I said out of the water," White claims. He wouldn't give read news >>

  • 22 days ago
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The gate and attendance numbers from UFC 182: Jones vs. Cormier on Saturday night left something to be desired, but PPV buys are trending through the roof. read news >>

  • 22 days ago
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Paul Gift crunches the fight numbers, providing key beatdown statistics and win probabilities for Saturday’s UFC 182 card. What'd you get for Christmas? Was it everything you dreamed it would be? If you didn't like your presents, have no fear, the UFC has us covered. Well, I guess since we still have to buy the UFC 182 pay-per-view, their only real present was that $10 e-mail coupon but whatever. We get to see Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier go at it for real! Makes me giddy just thinking about it. read news >>

  • 29 days ago
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Remember when Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White celebrated his role in the bust of the (expletive) nerds who took down UFC.com? They're back. Either that, or another group of hackers with the same handle -- "Anonymous" -- is behind the latest data breach that affects mixed martial arts (MMA) fans worldwide. But unfortunately they're not alone, as thousands of usernames and passwords -- along with credit card numbers -- were reportedly made public from a variety of online read news >>

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