WSOF 31 took place this past Friday night at the Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut and was headlined by Blagoy Ivanov retaining the heavyweight title with a decision victory against Josh Copeland.

According to Nielson sources, the fight card drew an average live audience of 126,000 viewers (9p-11:39p ET) and the replay showing of the fight card drew 88,000 viewers (11:39p-2:17a ET).

When it came to the competition on Friday night, the fight card went up against Bellator 156 on Spike. That fight card drew 482,000 viewers and the top sports programming on Friday night was Part 4 of the OJ Simpson documentary on ESPN with 1.436 million viewers.

The complete history of the World Series of Fighting Television Ratings are below.

WSOF 1: 198,000
WSOF 2: 210,000
WSOF 3: 201,000
WSOF 4: 264,000
WSOF 5: 227,000
WSOF 6: 161,000
WSOF 7: 94,000
WSOF 8: 212,000
WSOF 9: 242,000
WSOF 10: 365,000
WSOF 11: 781,000 (Aired on NBC)
WSOF 12: 206,000
WSOF 13: 246,000
WSOF 14: 229,000
WSOF 15: 179,000
WSOF 16: 181,000
WSOF 17: 222,000
WSOF 18: 209,000
WSOF 19: 216,000
WSOF 20: 128,000
WSOF 21: 203,000
WSOF 22: 254,000
WSOF 23: 184,000
WSOF 24: 167,000
WSOF 25: 148,000
WSOF 26: 162,000
WSOF 27: 213,000
WSOF 28: 161,000
WSOF 29: 208,000
WSOF 30: 158,000
WSOF 31: 126,000

As always stay tuned for all the updated UFC, WSOF and Bellator television ratings right here on TheMMAReport.com

One Response

  1. RODNEY P

    For the exciting fight card that the WSOF put on that night the ratings are just terrible. I do, however, hope that the WSOF continues to put on good cards like they did for WSOF 31. Their fighters really put on a show for the fans at WSOF 31.