Technically yes, although they got a one-time-only network deal with the worst network. Like i said earlier there are 5 networks, the one BAMMA are with usually get an average of about 1 mill viewers per night, whereas the others all vary between 12mill - 4 mill per night.
UFC are on ESPN which is subscription only and costs around £8 per month. I would guess they get between 50,000 and 100,000 viewers for the UFC cards, whereas the half hour BAMMA programme probably got around 300,000 - 500,000 viewers.
Numbers wise, BAMMA did better. But most people watching it probably werent MMA fans, whilst pretty much all the people watching UFC are fans. Also, the ESPN deal is a strong steady partnership, whilst the BAMMA deal was a 1 time only tester deal.
Hope this helps!
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