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The main card for UFC on ESPN 15 attracted an average audience of 869,000 to the Worldwide Leader, according to ShowBuzz Daily.
That is the 10th best figure among 15 UFC on ESPN cards. Still, the ratings are solid considering that the event lacked star power outside of a bantamweight headliner between Frankie Edgar and Pedro Munhoz.
UFC on ESPN 15 also drew a 0.32 rating in the 18-to-49-year-old demographic, which placed it fourth in cable ratings for Saturday. NBA playoff games took all the top three spots, with a matchup between the Houston Rockets and Oklahoma City Thunder earning the largest audience at 1.757 million.
UFC on ESPN 15 took place at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas on Saturday and saw Edgar edge Munhoz via split decision over five rounds. The preliminary card streamed on ESPN+, and ratings for that service are not made available.
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