Bellator 129 TV viewership is lowest of season eleven with average of 584k viewers

Bellator 129 took place on Friday night at the Mid-America Center in Council Bluffs, Iowa and the card was headlined by Paul Bradley defeating Josh Neer by unanimous decision in a welterweight bout. B129 WI

According to Nielsen sources, Bellator 129’s preliminary live viewership landed at 564,000 total viewers and this is the lowest number of season eleven.

The peak of the broadcast came at 10:26 p.m. ET with 780,000 viewers and this is only the second time this season that the peak viewership was unable to reach 800,000 viewers.

With the viewership from Friday night, the average for season eleven is now at 668,000 and this is down from the season ten main card average of 683,000. This was the seventh show of season eleven and after seven shows in season ten, the average viewership in the preliminary ratings was 692,000.

The television ratings for the eleventh season of Bellator are below.

Bellator 123:
Live+SD: 667,000 with peak of 979,000
+3 DVR: 777,000 with peak of 1,193,000

Bellator 124:
Live+SD: 771,000 with peak of 1,271,000
+3 DVR: 836,000 with peak of 1,429,000

Bellator 125:
Live+SD: 742,000 with peak of 1,120,000
+3 DVR: 796,000 with peak of 1,250,000

Bellator 126:
Live+SD: 656,000 with peak of 942,000
+3 DVR: 687,000 with peak of 1,011,000

Bellator 127:
Live+SD: 609,000 with peak of 780,000
+3 DVR: 670,000 with peak of 886,000

Bellator 128:
Live+SD: 668,000 with peak of 946,000
+3 DVR: 731,000 with peak of 990,000

Bellator 128:
Live+SD: 564,000 with peak of 780,000
+3 DVR: Will be available tomorrow

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