Bellator 104 and Rampage 4 Real DVR +3 numbers

October 24, 2013

MMA Payout has learned that the DVR +3 ratings for Bellator 104 was 684,000 viewers which is an 11% increase from the overnight ratings.  In addition, the DVR +3 ratings for the second episode of Rampage 4 Real earned an average of 473,000 viewers.

Bellator 98 – 437,000 viewers

Bellator 99 – 660,000 viewers, 704,000 DVR+3

Bellator 100 – 700,000 viewers, 736,000 DVR+3

Bellator 101 – 649,000 viewers, 710,000 DVR +3

Bellator 102 – 675,000 viewers. 774,000 DVR +3

Bellator 103 – 539,000 viewers, 638,000 DVR +3

Bellator 104 – 615,000 viewers, 684,000 DVR +3

#Rampage4Real Episode 1:  404,000 viewers, 473,000 viewers DVR +3

Payout Perspective:

It will be interesting to see how The World Series will affect viewership for the second episode of the Rampage mini-series.  It received modest ratings for the first episode despite having TNA as a lead-in.  The Bellator DVR numbers reflect the status quo for the season.

5 Responses to “Bellator 104 and Rampage 4 Real DVR +3 numbers”

  1. Diego on October 25th, 2013 1:54 PM

    Jason,

    How are the UFC Primetime shows doing in ratings these days?

  2. Diego on October 25th, 2013 3:31 PM

    No more Bellator PPV. So that’s that.

  3. Anomandar on October 26th, 2013 4:25 AM

    It received modest rating for a new program but it still did about the same numbers as the new season of TUF. Frankly the news that Bellator is at least drawning level to the UFC programming is much bigger news to me that how modest the numbers are.

    Bellator is doing moderately well. The messed up with Fight Master and seperating their programming from the wrestling. Now they are in statis mode (not really growing that much either,overall).

    The UFC is suffering by their placement on Fox sports one. The basically have to carry the weight of a new channel that has a LOT of growning pains. Perhaps it might be the right move looking back in five years time but currently they are having an awful time (and that worries me as an MMA fan a lot more then Bellators moderately dissapointing numbers).

  4. DocOc on October 28th, 2013 5:46 PM

    Ufc made a mistake teaming up with Fox. This is just another iteration of when animals attack, celebrity boxing, and man vs beast. Just another sideshow production. They should have went to a legitimate network like wsof.

  5. Jason Cruz on October 28th, 2013 10:39 PM

    @Diego

    Here are the first run ratings for UFC 166 Primetime
    October 2nd Primetime 126,000 viewer average
    October 8th Primetime 85,000 viewer average
    October 16th Primetime: 158,000 viewer average

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