Last night’s episode of The Ultimate Fighter pulled a 2.2 household rating, a clear and sharp drop from last week’s record-setting episode featuring Kimbo Slice losing to Roy Nelson. The Nelson/Slice bout drew a 3.7 household rating, making it the most-watched MMA show in North American history.
Spike TV did not include the household rating in the ratings press release today, instead choosing to focus on the male 18-34 demographic, which scored 1.1 million viewers and handily defeated the MLB playoffs on TBS. Spike TV provided the household rating to InsideFights.com.
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