Saturday night’s live UFC 123 prelims on Spike TV attracted an average of 1.5 million viewers according to figures released today.

That puts the hour long show joint third with last months UFC 121 in the ratings over the course of the series which began back in September of 2009,

The show also drew a 1.1 household rating in addition to a typically solid rating in both the 18-49 (1.31) and 18-34 (1.21) age brackets.

The UFC 123 preliminaries prior to the main card on pay-per-view broadcast two fights live, with Mark Munoz taking on Aaron Simpson and Brian Foster battling Matt Brown.

That was the final prelim show of 2010, but according to Dana White the specials should commence again on Spike TV next year.

See below for a full list of the show’s rankings as compiled by MMAjunkie.com.

  • 1) UFC 109 (February 2010): 1.7 million viewers
  • 2) UFC 114 (May 2010): 1.6 million viewers
  • 3) UFC 108 (January 2010): 1.5 million viewers
  • 3) UFC 121 (October 2010): 1.5 million viewers
  • 3) UFC 123 (November 2010): 1.5 million viewers
  • 6) UFC 104 (October 2009): 1.4 million viewers
  • 6) UFC 103 (September 2009): 1.4 million viewers
  • 8) UFC 119 (September 2010): 1.3 million viewers
  • 8) UFC 116 (July 2010): 1.3 million viewers
  • 8) UFC 115 (June 2010): 1.3 million viewers
  • 8) UFC 106 (November 2009): 1.3 million viewers
  • 12) UFC 111 (March 2010): 1.2 million viewers
  • 13) UFC 118 (August 2010): 1.1 million viewers

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