UFC 75 Breaks Records On Spike TV

Here is a snip from a press release that I received in my inbox a few minutes ago. 4.7 Million Viewers watched UFC 75 on Spike TV

New York, NY — September 11, 2007 — The first ever UFC title fight on Spike TV drew a staggering 4.7 million viewers on Saturday, September 8 (9:00pm-12:11am) making it the most watched UFC event ever and the most watched mixed martial arts event ever in North America. The “UFC 75” telecast emanating from the O2 Arena in London, England peaked at 5.6 million for the bout between UFC light heavyweight champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and PRIDE champ Dan Henderson. The fight card drew more Men 18-34 and Men 18-49 than anything else on television, broadcast or cable on September 8, including heavy sports competition from college football on ABC and ESPN, NASCAR on ABC, and the U.S. Open Women’s Final on CBS.


  1. they probably also broke the record for longest commercial break. what were they like 6 minutes long.

  2. atleast …every round was 10 new commercials.

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