As we debate on how well UFC 207 will do regarding PPV buy rates, I decided to compile some data. Since UFC 193, there is some correlation between views of the televised weigh-ins on the UFC YouTube channel and PPV buy rates. I am sure a person smarter than me could conduct a sophisticated analysis of the data, but here it is: UFC 193: Rousey vs Holm- 1,100,000 PPV buy rate (YouTube weigh-in views: 1,105,320) UFC 194: Aldo vs McGregor- 1,025,000 (1,453,655 views) UFC 195: Lawler vs Condit- 300,000 (386,621 views) UFC 196: McGregor vs Diaz- 1,600,000 (1,837,299 views) UFC 197: Jones vs St. Preux- 425,000 (477,722 views) UFC 198: Werdum vs Miocic- 350,000 (304,988 views) UFC 199: Rockhold vs Bisping 2- 320,000 (515,047 views) UFC 200: Tate vs Nunes- 1,200,000 (1,347,647 views) UFC 201: Lawler vs Woodley- 240,000 (326,467 views) UFC 202: McGregor vs Diaz 2- 1,650,000 (1,898,602 views) UFC 203: Miocic vs Overeem- 475,000 (652,528 views) UFC 204: Bisping vs Henderson 2- 290,000 (412,316 views) UFC 205: Alvarez vs McGregor- 1,300,000 (2,232,653 views) UFC 206: Holloway vs Pettis-150,000 estimate (322,437 views) UFC 207: Nunes vs Rousey- TBD (1,012,101 views [22 hours after post]) [Note 1: The YouTube views of weigh-ins prior to UFC 206 have more views than they did prior to the start of their respective cards since people can continue to view the video after each event.] [Note 2: Data from Tapology, MMAPayout.com and media reports.] I predict the UFC 207 weigh-in will have at least 1.3-1.5 million view prior to the start of the main card. What this rough view of data shows us is that UFC 207 is trending for a 1 million+ PPV buy rate. We will see.