UFC 123: 'Rampage vs Machida' prelims broadcast draws 1.5 million viewers on Spike TV

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Spike TV's "UFC Prelims" special for UFC 123: "Rampage vs. Machida" on Nov. 20 drew 1.5 million viewers, the same number it pulled in for UFC 121: "Lesnar vs. Velasquez" just last month in Anaheim.

The two-fight broadcast from the Palace of Auburn Hills in the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan, featured Brian Foster choking out fellow welterweight Matt "The Immortal" Brown while the "Philippine Wrecking Machine," Mark Munoz, out-pointed the venerable Aaron "A-Train" Simpson.

"UFC Prelims" pulled a 1.1 household rating including a 1.31 rating among men 18-49 and a 1.21 among men 18-34.

Check out the full list of "UFC Prelims" telecast ratings (courtesy of MMA Weekly) after the jump.

- UFC 103: 1.4 million viewers

- UFC 104: 1.4 million viewers

- UFC 106: 1.3 million viewers

- UFC 108: 1.5 million viewers

- UFC 109: 1.7 million viewers

- UFC 111: 1.2 million viewers

- UFC 114: 1.6 million viewers

- UFC 115: 1.5 million viewers

- UFC 116: 1.3 million viewers

- UFC 118: 1.1 million viewers

- UFC 119: 1.3 million viewers

- UFC 121: 1.5 million viewers

- UFC 123: 1.5 million viewers

For complete UFC 123 results and blow-by-blow coverage of the main card action click here and here.

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