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. read news >>
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. read news >>
For the second time, a UFC on FUEL TV event's same-day replay outdrew its live broadcast.
But given the UFC's most recent installment, UFC on FUEL TV 6, and its early-morning start time, it's understandable.
MMAjunkie.com today confirmed with industry sources that the Nov. 10 event, which aired live from Macau, drew 88,000 viewers for its initial airing (9 a.m. ET/6 a.m. PT).
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The Ultimate Fighting Championship made its China debut on Saturday with UFC on Fuel TV 6: Franklin vs. Le, drawing a strong gate and attendance. read news >>
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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. read news >>
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MACAU - Saturday's UFC on FUEL TV 6 card drew an announced attendance of 8,415 fans for a live gate in excess of $1.3 million.
UFC officials announced the figures at the card's post-event news conference, which MMAjunkie.com attended.
"UFC on FUEL TV: Franklin vs. Le" took place at CotaiArena in Venetian Macau Resort Hotel. It was the UFC's first event in China. The main card aired on FUEL TV following prelims on Facebook.
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MACAU - It may be too early to call it a "career resurgence," but Takanori Gomi at least got the conversation started on Saturday.
The Japanese veteran won for the second straight time, taking a "Fight of the Night"-worthy split decision from "TUF 6" winner Mac Danzig. Gomi won with a pair of 29-28 scores.
The lightweight bout was part of the main card of Saturday's UFC on FUEL TV 6 event at CotaiArena in Venetian Macau Resort Hotel. It aired on FUEL TV following prelims on Facebook.
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