UFC Fight Night 92 took place this past Saturday night at the Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah and was headlined by Yair Rodriguez defeating Alex Caceres by split decision.

According to Nielson sources, the main card broadcast on FS1 had an average live audience of 863,000 viewers and peaked at 1,023,000 viewers in the 10:45-11 p.m. ET quarter hour. The viewership was up 42 percent from the last Wednesday Fight Night (July 13, 2016) and the preliminary card drew 662,000 viewers, which was up 22 percent on viewership (vs. 542,000) and 15 percent among Adult 18-49 deomgraphic (vs. 283,000) over last August’s FS1 preliminary card.

When it came to the competition on Saturday night, the Summer Olympic coverage on various NBC networks dominated the night. The primetime coverage on NBC average 20.633 million viewers and the coverage on NBC Sports Network drew 1.857 million viewers.

The ratings history of UFC Fight Night cards in 2016 on FS1 are below.

UFC Fight Night 81: 2,228,000
UFC Fight Night 82: 1,317,000
UFC Fight Night 83: 983,000
UFC Fight Night 85: 1,149,000
UFC Fight Night 86: 781,000
UFC Fight Night 87: 656,000
UFC Fight Night 88: 757,000
UFC Fight Night 89: 964,000
TUF 23 Finale: 1,086,000
UFC Fight Night 91: 601,000
UFC Fight Night 92: 863,000