Ratings Report: UFC 208 prelims peaked at 1.046 million viewers during Muhammad vs. Brown

UFC 208 took place this past Saturday night at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York and the main card on pay-per-view was headlined by Germaine de Randamie winning the inaugural UFC women’s featherweight title with a decision victory over former UFC women’s bantamweight champion Holly Holm.

Prior to the main card on pay-per-view, the televised preliminary card aired on FS1 and featured Belal Muhammad scoring his second victory in the UFC octagon with a decision victory over Randy Brown in a welterweight bout.

When it comes to the television ratings for the preliminary card, the two-hour portion of the event averaged 874,000 viewers and peaked at 1,046,000 viewers during the Muhammad vs. Brown matchup (9:45-10 p.m. ET). In other rating notes for UFC 208, the pre-fight show on FS1 came in with 259,000 viewers and the post fight show drew 207,000 viewers.

The UFC will return to FS1 on Sunday for UFC Fight Night: Lewis vs. Brown from Canada and calling the fights will be Todd Grisham and Brian Stann.