TUF 13 Finale Pulls in 1.8 Million Viewers on Average for Spike TV Broadcast

The ratings for the TUF 13 finale are in and the final average was 1.8 million viewers for the Spike TV broadcast.

The ‘Ultimate Fighter’ season 13 was an up and down season for ratings and overall appeal, and the finale for the show seemed to suffer the same fate.

The ratings for the TUF 13 finale show average 1.8 million viewers for the broadcast that took place Saturday night in Las Vegas.

The show did a 1.32 overall rating for the card featuring the TUF 13 finale fight between Tony Ferguson and Ramsey Nijem as well as a lightweight bout between Clay Guida and Anthony Pettis.

The ratings for the TUF 13 finale is down from the previous three seasons of the reality show.

Season 12 pulled in an average of 2.3 million viewers, while season 11’s finale raked in 2.4 million viewers.

Season 10 of the ‘Ultimate Fighter’ had the largest of recent seasons with an average of 3.7 million viewers. That season of the show featured current UFC heavyweights Roy Nelson and Brendan Schaub in the finals as well as a bout with street fighter turned MMA fighter Kimbo Slice.