Friday, September 12, 2008

UFC Ruling Pay-Per-View in 2008

The UFC is beating the WWE and HBO in PPV numbers for 2008 so far. Adam Swift goes over the numbers on "Inside MMA" in the video below.

UFC 89 and UFC 90 are solid cards, but they probably won't do much more than the average of 420,000 buys. On the other hand, UFC 91, with the huge match-up of Randy Couture vs. Brock Lesnar, plus Quinton Jackson vs. Wanderlei Silva 3 and Kenny Florian vs. Joe Stevenson may break UFC PPV records.


Henry Chapman said...

Last weekend we rented UFC and overall were happy with the show, and it can be much better then that. Overall I defintley thing Zuffa is doing pretty well, no question especially with the Fertitas. I'm just glad it hasn't ever been a showing like Elitexc on CBS god zooks.

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On earth as it is in heaven.
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G-Off said...

I think UFC 89 is actually free on Spike in the States (though on tape delay). Makes sense, since it's a horrible card.