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UFC on Fox 5 Prelims On FX Draw Solid TV Audience | UFC NEWS

UFC on FOX 5 preliminary card topped the 1-million viewers mark for the 8th time.  The FX broadcast followed  prelim fight on Facebook between Scott Jorgensen and John Albert, though that fight also made it to the FX broadcast following the 6 live fights averaging  1.2 million viewers.  That’s up from the 980,000 who tuned in for the 2 hour prelims show for UFC 154 in November.  FX has aired 13 PPV prelims to date.  UFC on FOX 5’s falls 6th out of 13.  Averaging 1.2 million viewers per event.

This weekend on back to back nights FX will air UFC on FX 6 in Australia – Friday and TUF 16 Finale in Las Vegas on Saturday.  The next scheduled FX prelim broadcast will include Eddie Wineland, Brad Pickett and Chris Leben for UFC 155 Junior Dos Santos vs Cain Velasquez in Las Vegas December 29.

UFC FX prelim ratings:

  1. UFC 148 ratings: 1.8 million viewers
  2. UFC 145 ratings: 1.6 million
  3. UFC 144 ratings: 1.5 million
  4. UFC 143 ratings: 1.4 million
  5. UFC 146 ratings: 1.3 million
  6. UFC on FOX 5 ratings: 1.2 million
  7. UFC 153 ratings: 1.0 million
  8. UFC 149 ratings: 1.0 million
  9. UFC 154 ratings: 980,000
  10. UFC 150 ratings: 974,000
  11. UFC 147 ratings: 969,000
  12. UFC 152 ratings: 955,000
  13. UFC 142 ratings: 880,000

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  1. Stella says:

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