The Ultimate Fighter 17: Team Jones vs. Team Sonnen television ratings hit a season low in week ten with 1.09 million viewers.
The World Series of Fighting returned to NBC Sports Network this past Saturday night for WSOF 2: Arlovski vs. Johnson. The promotion’s sophomore effort received
Bellator’s eighth season is heading into the home stretch, and appears to have found its audience for its first run on Spike TV.
Are The Ultimate Fighter: Team Jones vs. Team Sonnen TV ratings headed for a big finish? The latest numbers seem to indicate that may be
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.
The recent UFC 158: St-Pierre vs. Diaz Weigh-in Show on Fuel TV on Friday pulled in record TV ratings for a weigh-in show on the
TUF 17 Logo Team Jones vs. Team SonnenThe Ultimate Fighter: Team Jones vs. Team Sonnen TV ratings, following a solid increase last week, slipped back
Thursday night's Bellator 92, despite some exciting fights, marked a drop in the series' TV ratings.
The Ultimate Fighter: Team Jones vs. Team Sonnen TV ratings broke out of its two-week deadlock, rising up to the third best result of the
Saturday's UFC on Fuel TV 8: Silva vs. Stann set several record numbers for Fuel TV.
Thursday’s Bellator 91 showed a marked improvement in TV ratings over the past few weeks returns, hitting the second highest point of the season.
The Ultimate Fighter: Team Jones vs. Team Sonnen is now at the halfway point of its run, and holding steady in the TV ratings.
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
The Ultimate Fighter: Team Jones vs. Team Sonnen is five weeks into the season and seems to be settling in on its audience.
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
Bellator 89 continued the trend of steady TV ratings for the promotion since it made the jump to Spike TV in January, following a stint
Four weeks into its 17th season and The Ultimate Fighter is settling into its stride in regards to TV ratings.
Bellator MMA is now four weeks into its eighth season – its first on Spike TV – and the TV ratings are holding steady.
What was likely the TUF 17 knockout of the season didn't account for knockout numbers in the TV ratings, although they did hold steady.
The recent UFC 156 Prelims on FX set a new benchmark for preliminary bout telecasts, whether on FX or Fuel TV.
UFC on Fox 6 held strong in the TV ratings compared to December’s UFC on Fox event, dipping just slightly, but still returning strong results.
The first Bellator MMA broadcast on Spike set a TV ratings record for the promotion, notching in at an average of 938,000 viewers. Bellator 86
Several minor tweeks and the move to a more accessible timelsot led to huge gains for The Ultimate Fighter: Team Jones vs. Team Sonnen premier
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
It was almost a given that Bellator MMA would draw much better TV ratings with its move from MTV2 over to Spike TV, but now
Strikeforce had intended to go out with a bang, but that bang fizzled to a barely audible pop by the time injuries ravaged last Saturday
The UFC ended 2012 on a TV ratings high note with Saturday night's UFC 155 preliminary bout broadcast on FX.
Bellator’s final Season 7 event bounced back from last week’s abysmal season low to the second best TV ratings of the past 11 episodes.
Friday night’s UFC on FX 6: Sotiropoulos vs. Pearson, which was broadcast live from Australia on FX, pulled in the lowest TV ratings of any
It took the live finals to do it, but The Ultimate Fighter 16 Finale, not surprisingly, pulled in the best TV ratings of the season.
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