While UFC 208 was a pay-per-view card, there was a four fight preliminary card that aired live on Fox Sports 1 and the ratings are in.
The four fight preliminary card, headlined by late replacement Belal Muhammad defeating fellow welterweight Randy Brown by unanimous decision, drew an average of 874,000.
The show peaked with 1,046,000 viewers for the Muhammad/Brown fight, other fights such as Wilson Reis/Ulka Sasaki, Islam Makhachev/Nik Lentz and Rick Glenn/Phillipe Nover were a part of the Fox Sports 1 preliminary card as well.
The pre-fight show, which aired on Fox Sports 1, drew an average of 259,000. The post-fight show, which also aired on Fox Sports 1, drew an average of 207,000 viewers.
The UFC Fight Pass portion of the preliminary card only featured a single fight, which saw New York native Ryan LaFlare get a home state win when he defeated Roan Carneiro by unanimous decision.
The next event for the UFC will be UFC Fight Night 105, which takes place this Sunday Night with Derrick Lewis and Travis Browne headlining, the main card and a portion of the preliminary card will be airing live on Fox Sports 1, there is also a portion of the preliminary card airing live on UFC Fight Pass.