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    Default Re: Strikeforce: Spectator Support Of Emelianenko Proves Marketability

    Early reports are that the show bombed.
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    I dont think the show bombed, especially if the numbers are correct. for a smaller MMA org with its first big show on national tv to do what it did is good. it looks like they won the younger male demographic which is probably what they wanted and needed.
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    Default Re: Strikeforce: Spectator Support Of Emelianenko Proves Marketability

    Quote Originally Posted by p-jersey View Post
    The ratings for the main event have not yet been released so im not sure vaks source can be deemed as someone who knows what they are talking about.

    Heres another article breaking down the numbers so far:
    http://www.mmaweekly.com/absolutenm/...9953&zoneid=13
    If you read the article, it actually talks about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pimach View Post
    I dont think the show bombed, especially if the numbers are correct. for a smaller MMA org with its first big show on national tv to do what it did is good. it looks like they won the younger male demographic which is probably what they wanted and needed.
    From what I understand, it was last in its time slot and it lost 2 million viewers from regular programming. That means less ad revenue for the network and that's not good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adolf Oliverbush View Post
    From what I understand, it was last in its time slot and it lost 2 million viewers from regular programming. That means less ad revenue for the network and that's not good.
    with all due respect who usually watches CBS on a Sat night? old folks who watch Matlock or Murder She Wrote. they did pick up the important male demographic the main ones who watch MMA and normally would be out pounding the devils brew at the local watering hole trying to scam on all the squirral walking around.
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    CBS has reiterated that they are pleased....but I'm sure they don't know what they're talking about. Not to mention the coverage that it's received on mainstream media outlets....SUCCESS! Well done, Strikeforce!
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