UFC Fight Night 92 this past Saturday night in Salt Lake City, Utah drew an average of 863,000 viewers on FOX Sports 1.

Given that this wasn’t the most star studded show we’ve seen from the promotion that’s actually a good result.

The card was headlined by an entertaining clash between up and coming Mexican star Yair Rodriguez and Alex Caceres, and that delivered the peak rating for the show, with 1,023,000 viewers watching the action.

Beneath them on the main card, Dennis Bermudez Vs Rony Jason served as the co-main event, and Thales Leites Vs Chris Camozzi also featured on the main card.

The preliminary card also produced solid numbers, with an average of 662,000 viewers tuning in to watch four bouts on FOX Sports 1 that had nobody of any real note on-board apart from former TUF winner Michael Chiesa.

Earlier, one of the biggest fights on the card, Cub Swanson Vs Tatsuya Kawajiri had been held back to serve as the featured prelim for the UFC Fight Pass exclusive portion of the undercard.

Saturday night’s ratings will likely be particularly pleasing for the UFC an FS1 given that they were going up against NBC’s coverage of the Olympics, which drew over 20 million viewers that evening.