UFC Fight Night 112 Averages 819,000 Viewers on Fox Sports 1

By Tristen Critchfield Jun 27, 2017
UFC Fight Night 112 attracted an average of 819,000 viewers for its main card on Fox Sports 1 on Sunday night, according to ShowBuzz Daily.

UFC Fight Night 112 took place at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Okla., and the main card began on FS1 at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT. In the main event, Kevin Lee scored a controversial first-round submission triumph over Michael Chiesa in a lightweight clash.

The main card peaked at 905,000 viewers on two occasions – once for the main event and earlier for the featherweight showdown between Dennis Siver and B.J. Penn. The UFC Fight Night main card also drew 427,000 viewers in the 18-to-49 adult demographic. Siver handed Penn, a former two-division champion, his fifth straight defeat with a majority decision triumph.

Meanwhile, the UFC Fight Night 112 prelims, which aired on Fox Sports 2, drew an average of 319,000 viewers. That portion of the card featured a lightweight scrap between Clay Guida and Erik Koch, which Guida won via dominant unanimous decision. The prelims attracted 157,000 viewers in the 18-to-49 demographic.

Ratings are slightly down from the last FS1-televised Fight Night card. UFC Fight Night 110, which aired on a Saturday evening, averaged 923,000 viewers for a card headlined by heavyweights Mark Hunt and Derrick Lewis.


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