The final TV ratings are in for Saturday night’s UFC On FOX 12 event and show that an average of 2.5 million viewers tuned in to the live show.

The show also peaked at 3.4 million viewers during the main event between Robbie Lawler and Matt Brown.

As for more detailed demographics, the event was the most watched program on television that night for males 18-34 and did solid numbers for males across the board, including a 1.29 for 18-49 males and 1.52 in males 25-54, culminating in an overall 1.5 household rating and a 3 share.

The audience was right in line with what we’ve come to expect from the UFC’s mid-year outings on FOX which tend to be lower than those that air during the football season in December and January and overall UFC On FOX 12 now ranks eighth out of the 12 events on the network to date.

The UFC will have one final show on FOX this year, with UFC On FOX 13 scheduled for December 13th in Pheonix. No fights have been announced for the event so far.

UFC On FOX Ratings So far:

UFC on Fox 1: 5.7 million

UFC on Fox 2: 4.57 million

UFC on Fox 3: 2.25 million

UFC on Fox 4: 2.36 million

UFC on Fox 5: 3.41 million

UFC on Fox 6: 4.22 million

UFC on Fox 7: 3.3 million

UFC on Fox 8: 2.38 million

UFC on Fox 9: 2.9 million

UFC on Fox 10: 3.22 million

UFC on Fox 11: 1.98 million

UFC on Fox 12: 2.5 million

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