The UFC 220 preliminary card drew an average audience of 905,000 viewers to Fox Sports 1 on Saturday night, according to ShowBuzz Daily.
The featured prelim bout saw Kyle Bochniak take a unanimous verdict over Brandon Davis at featherweight. The four-fight block also notably included Abdul Razak Alhassan’s first-round knockout of Sabah Homasi at 170 pounds, as well as Dustin Ortiz’s unanimous decision triumph over Alexandre Pantoja.
The UFC 220 prelims drew a 0.39 share in the 18-to-49 demographic and served as a lead-in to a highly anticipated pay-per-view card which featured a pair of title bouts — Daniel Cormier vs. Volkan Oezdemir at light heavyweight and Stipe Miocic vs. Francis Ngannou at heavyweight.
The UFC 220 preliminary card went head-to-head with Bellator 192, which combined to average 931,000 viewers on Paramount Network and CMT, for approximately one hour. By comparison, the prelims for UFC 208, the first pay-per-view of 2017, averaged 824,000 viewers on FS1.