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.