WSOF 28 took place this past Saturday night in Garden Grove, California and was headlined by Marlon Moraes retaining the bantamweight title with a first round victory against Joseph Barajas.
According to Nielson sources, the fight card drew an average live audience of 161,000 viewers and this is down 24 percent from last month’s viewership of 213,000 viewers for WSOF 27.
When it came to the competition on Saturday night, the fight card went up against the NBA game on ABC and College Basketball on ESPN. The NBA game between the Los Angeles Clippers and the Golden State Warriors had 3.4 million viewers and the Purdue vs. Indiana game on ESPN came in with 1.4 million viewers.
The complete history of the World Series of Fighting Television Ratings are below.