UFC Fight Night 114 took place on Saturday from the Arena Ciudad de México in Mexico City, Mexico and was headlined by Sergio Pettis winning his seventh fight in the UFC as he scored a decision victory over Ultimate Fighter 24 alum Brandon Moreno.

When it comes to the television viewership for the fight card, the preliminary card on FS1 (8p-10p ET) came in with 633,000 viewers and the main card on FS1 (10p-1a ET) delivered 859,000 viewers according to Nielson. The peak viewership of the fight card came during the 12:00-12:15 a.m. ET quarter-hour (Alexa Grasso vs. Randa Markos) with 988,000 viewers and the post fight show drew 327,000 viewers.

The viewership for UFC Fight Night 114 was nearly identical to last August’s Fight Night card on FS1 (863,000) and the preliminary card viewership was slightly down (633,000 vs. 662,000) versus last August’s Fight Night card on FS1. Before the fight card began, the pre-fight show was preempted for nearly 25 minutes due to a long-running baseball game and the pre-fight show ended up averaging 208,000 viewers.

The UFC will return to FOX Sports next month for coverage of UFC 215 from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada on September 9 and the broadcast details for this UFC fight card in terms of the preliminary card has not been announced at this time.