To put those evaluations in to context, UFC 2 3 4 averaged 1.339 million viewers on the 2 hour broadcast — UFC 232, which featured just two title coNFLicts and also a much more visible card averaged 1.15 million viewers on fs-1.
That adds up into a huge win for what was largely considered a lackluster pay-per-view and card with no significant titles to sell fans to tune in the broadcast for the UFC.
UFC 2 3 4 wound up in social evaluations as the evaluation sports program week based on information offered by the Nielsen ratings platform.
The UFC 2 3 4 preliminary broadcast wound up as No. 8 for the whole week, which is actually a massive achievement since no previous pay-per-view preliminary card’d cracked the top 10 for weekly in sport since Nielsen started measuring social evaluations across Twitter and face book.
The UFC 235 prelims on March 2 needs to also provide a great deal more info on the subject of the strength of ESPN using this highprofile card featuring an initial slate which comes with a featherweight showdown between Jeremy Stephens and highly touted prospect Zabit Magomedsharipov as well as Mickey Gall carrying on ‘Ultimate Fighter’ season inch winner Diego Sanchez.