The numbers are in for March 22nd’s series premiere of “Bully Beatdown” and the show scored a strong debut audience with a total of 1.4 million viewers and it was the No. 1 rated program in its timeslot among men from 12 to 34 years of age.
“Bully Beatdown” is hosted by veteran MMA fighter and former Icon Sport middleweight champion Jason “Mayhem” Miller.
“Bully Beatdown” also recorded a 10 percent increase in viewers from Rob Dyrdek’s “Fantasy Factory,” and the show increased ratings 100 percent for the network during that time slot, which has been held down for the last 4 weeks by “The College Humor Show.”
The March 22nd debut episode of “Bully Beatdown” overall rating was 0.68 among viewers 18-49, 0.95 among males 18 to 49, and 1.30 among men 18 to 34.
The debut episode of “Bully Beatdown” featured a bully named Ryan getting beatdown by Elite XC veteran fighter Tony “The Gun” Benello. Ryan’s older and smaller brother Alan enlisted the help of Mayhem and the MTV crew because he was tired of getting picked on and attacked by Ryan.