Miocic vs. N'Gannou - 380.000 Nurmagomedov vs. Iaquinta - 350.000 Cyborg vs. Kunitskaya - 260.000 Whittaker vs. Romero 2 - 250,000 Romero vs. Rockhold - 130.000 Nunes vs. Pennington - 85.000 Average per event: 242.500 Considering they put out about 12 PPV events a year: 242.500 x 12 = 2.910.000 In 2017 McGregor Vs Mayweather did 4.300.000 Basically in one night the ufc made the ppv revenue of the entire year of 2018. Now, of course they were co-promoting with showtime but the price for that event was almost double. 4.300.000 x 100(may-mac price) = 430.000.000 and 2.910.000 x 60 (regular ppv price) = 174.600.000. So, if they split 50/50 for ufc/showtime (which i dont know to be true, but lets assume), the UFC would still have made more in one night than all of 2018 together. (215.000.000 vs 174.600.000) Also that year, Cyborg Vs Holm, a card with basically two fights (that and khabib vs barboza), being a WMMA main event, did more buys than any 2018 card so far. Put that, Bisping vs. St. Pierre and Cormier vs. Jones and you come close to the whole prospect for the year of 2018 again. In 2016: Conor, in just 2 fights(diaz/alvarez) has done 2.917.000 buys. More than the entire year of 2018 if things keep going the way they are. Even CM Punks debut did 450k buys that year. No cards in 2018 have broken 400k buys so far. With Conor, Brock, GSP, Jones, Rousey, Cain, Silva and Nate, all away from the sport, ratings look terrible. Without stars the UFC is fucked basically. Fun fact: USADA is responsible for 3 of them being out.