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Bellator 83 Ratings
Posted by Jeffrey Harris on 12.12.2012

Last Friday's Bellator 83 event averaged 105,000 viewers. This marks the second-lowest rated show in Bellator's history on MTV2. The fight card had to cancel it's featherweight tournament main event at the last minute as a result of tournament finalist, Shahbulat Shamhalaev, suffering from food poisoning on fight day.

Overall, the Dec. 7 broadcast averaged 105,000 viewers, which topped only Bellator 53 in 2011, which drew just 103,000 viewers.

Bellator's average rating for season 7 is now 159,000 viewers.

Here is a list of all-time Bellator ratings on MTV2:

Bellator 83 ratings: 105,000 viewers
Bellator 82 ratings: 156,000
Bellator 81 ratings: 149,000
Bellator 80 ratings: 148,000
Bellator 79 ratings: 220,000
Bellator 78 ratings: 154,000
Bellator 77 ratings: 149,000
Bellator 76 ratings: 175,000
Bellator 75 ratings: 145,000
Bellator 74 ratings: 190,000
Bellator 71-73 ratings (Summer Series average): 180,000
Bellator 60-70 ratings (Season 6 average): 155,000
Bellator 49-59 ratings (Season 5 average): 186,000
Bellator 46-48 ratings (Summer Series average): 229,000
Bellator 35-45 ratings (Season 4 average): 204,000

Credit: MMAjunkie


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