Spence-Ocampo fight on Showtime drew 683,000 viewers

June 19, 2018

The Errol Spence-Carlos Ocampo fight on Showtime this past Saturday topped out at 683,000 viewers according to Nielsen via ShowBuzz Daily.  Spence downed his overmatched opponent in the first round with a body shot.

The main card drew 301,000 viewers in the A18-49 demo and a 0.43 household rating.  The first round stoppage peaked at 726,000 viewers.  On the undercard, the Adrian Granados-Javier Fortuna fought in a battle of junior welterweights.  The bout ended when Fortuna was pushed out of the ring and was unable to continue.  The fight drew 396,000 viewers, 164,000 in the A18-49 demo and 0.24 household rating.  It peaked at 441,000 viewers.

Granados believes that Fortuna was looking for a way out of the fight.

The first fight of the night drew 478,000 viewers, 181,000 in the A18-49 demo and a 0.30 household rating.  It peaked with 547,000 viewers.  The fight took place between Daniel Roman and Moises Flores.  Roman won via unanimous decision.

Payout Perspective:

Spence’s last fight against Lamont Peterson drew 637,000 viewers and peaked at 695,000 viewers.  There were no combat sports events opposite the Showtime Boxing telecast this weekend.  Although a short fight, it was a good showing for Spence and a future fight possibly against Terence Crawford down the road.

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