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    TUF3 Finale on Spike TV is the Most Watched UFC Event Ever

    NEW YORK, June 27 /PRNewswire/ -- The live finale of Spike TV's The Ultimate Fighter 3 drew 2.8 million viewers on Saturday, June 24 ( 9:00 PM - 12 Midnight) making it the most watched UFC event in history.

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    NEW YORK, June 27 /PRNewswire/ -- The live finale of Spike TV's The Ultimate Fighter 3 drew 2.8 million viewers on Saturday, June 24 (9:00 PM - 12 Midnight) making it the most watched UFC event in history. The card was the highest rated Spike original telecast in the network's history in Men 18-49 with a 2.85 rating.

    The viewership peaked with 3.4 million and a 4.51 rating in Men 18-34 at 10:15 PM for the thrilling three-round, middleweight war between Kendall Grove and Ed Herman. The Spike TV finale easily outdrew NASCAR's Dodge/ Save Mart 350 on FX which garnered 1.4 million viewers.

    Overall, The Ultimate Fighter 3 finale tallied a 2.04 household rating, with a 2.85 in M18-49 (1,493,000 viewers), a 3.81 in M18-34 (1,000,000 viewers) and an average audience of 2.8 million viewers. Spike TV delivered more M18-49 and M18-34 in the time period than any other channel, broadcast or cable
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    My cable provider bailed on me too!! - Everything was fine right until the show aired - then I lose Spike.... wtf is that all about - stupid NYU cable network trying to censor the violence or some dumb **** probably. I can't even open my fucking window in the summatime because they're trying to keep depressed college idiots from sui-ing all over the sidewalk. Rediculous goddamnned hand-holding authority types......

    Anyway - fights were phenomenal, good for them.
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    damn - too bad I can't think of anywhere to look them up...

    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=TUF+3+results
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    Kendall won by decision, but they gave Ed a contract to because it was such a good fight. Bispine beat Blue Rooster by TKO in the 2nd round.
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    These fights were phenomenal. Kendall rocked. Bisbane was amazing also.

    The biggest winner was Tito Ortiz, he can truly mold and shape good fighters. Is it me or was Tank Abbot right when he called Shamrock - Sham - Rock (Not that he wouldn't take me out in a heart beat, but I am just a slacker).
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    These fights were phenomenal. Kendall rocked. Bisbane was amazing also.
    Really? I thought it was Bisping that did the rocking...? :P
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