UFC 120 ratings on Spike TV reach 1.9 million for 'Bisping vs Akiyama'

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UFC 120: "Bisping vs. Akiyama," which marked the return to London's O2 Arena for the Zuffa-owned promotion, reeled in an average of 1.9 million viewers on Spike TV, according to figures released from the cable television network earlier today.

The tape-delayed broadcast drew a 1.3 household rating, a 1.8 rating in the Male 18-49 demographic and a 2.24 in the Male 18-34 demo.

In comparison, UFC on Versus 2: "Jones vs. Matyushenko" was viewed by an average of 991,000 fight fans last August while the UFC 110: "Noguiera vs. Velasquez" replay scored an average of 1.4 million viewers back in February.

"Bisping vs. Akiyama," featuring a headlining bout between division contenders Michael Bisping and Yoshihiro Akiyama, saw the two middleweights slug it out for a three round "Fight of the Night" that "The Count" took on all three judge's scorecards.

In the night's co-main event, The "Natural Born Killer," Carlos Condit, spoiled the British homecoming of fellow welterweight Dan Hardy by pasting "The Outlaw" en route to a first round knockout win.

For complete UFC 120 results and blow-by-blow coverage of the main card action click here and here.

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