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Bellator Bounces Back: Fight Master Ratings Improve After Timeslot Change


Ratings for Bellator’s Fight Master reality show finally seem to be back on track following a timeslot change for the latest episode. The show’s ratings have been all over the place throughout the season, debuting weak and slowly picking up steam as the series went on.

Episode 7 of the show featured the worst numbers to date with just 398,000 people tuning in. The latest episode however was a decent upswing, with a reported 595,000 viewers. This is most likely due to its timeslot move to Thursday nights, now immediately following TNA Impact Wrestling.

TNA drew in 1.319 million viewers, many of whom likely stuck around for Fight Master.

Here are the season ratings so far:

Episode 1: 432,000 viewers

Episode 2: 545,000 viewers

Episode 3: 676,000 viewers – DVR + 3; 810,000 viewers

Episode 4:  505,000 viewers – DVR + 3; 607,000 viewers

Episode 5: 441,000 viewers – DVR +3; 498,000 viewers

Episode 6:  629,000 viewers – DVR +3; 745,000 viewers.

Episode 7:  398,000 viewers – DVR +3; 505,000 viewers

Episode 8:  595,000 viewers


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