UFC Fight Night 110 took place on Saturday night on FS1 from the Spark Arena in Auckland, New Zealand and was headlined by a heavyweight bout as Mark Hunt a two fight winless streak with a TKO victory over Derrick Lewis in the fourth round.
When it comes to the television viewership for the fight card, the preliminary card on FS1 (8p-10p ET) came in with 696,000 viewers and the main card on FS1 (10p-1a ET) drew 923,000 viewers according to Nielson. The peak viewership of the fight card came during the main event battle between Hunt and Lewis with 1,087,000 viewers (12:30-12:45a ET) and the UFC fight card made FS1 the top spot among cable sports networks in prime on viewership and Adult 18-49 demographic.
Speaking of the Adult 18-49 demographic, the main card was up 3 percent compared to last year’s comparable fight (514,000 vs. 497,000) and the viewership for the preliminary card was up 123 percent overall on viewership and 106 percent in the Adult 18-49 demographic over last June’s UFC Fight Night preliminary card that aired on FS2.
The UFC will return to FS1 next weekend for coverage of UFC Fight Night 112: Chiesa vs. Lee and the main card will air live on FS1 on Sunday, June 25 beginning at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT.