David Meltzer and Jeremy Botter's sources have been pointing to Rousey-Correia and UFC 190 outselling Conor-Mendes and UFC 189. It appears Dana has confirmed that Rousey has sold the most PPV's this year. https://twitter.com/danawhite/status/629787555110584320 "#1 UFC PPV of 2015" Rio, weak card, most lop-sided title fight in history, panned by MMA hardcore fans and the media, with no world tour, no $3M commercial during the NBA Finals, and only the standard number episodes of UFC Embedded. Not just amazing, but mind boggling. It appears that Bloody Elbow hit it on the nose when they quoted Meltzer... http://www.bloodyelbow.com/2015/8/6...e-correia-fight-numbers-market-reach-mma-news UFC 187 and 188 were loved by MMA hardcore fans. UFC 187 sold 375K and UFC 188 sold 300K. In other words, the hard core fans who post on the boards, read the blogs, and listen to the podcasts... we're worth around 300-350K buys. Yet Rousey's heading towards 1M+ PPV buys on a card that we all knew was a complete squash match, and I'm guessing at least half of us didn't buy because we thought it was a weak card and KNEW that it was a complete squash match. Rousey is MMA's biggest star with Conor a few noses behind. And the rest of the UFC might as well have not taken the field. And as much as we like to think that we're important and that our voices mean something, when it comes to Rousey we're barely a blip. Let's be real about the numbers here... if every Sherdogger skipped her next PPV she'd STILL probably put out crushing PPV numbers of 700K or more. Rousey's "hardcore" fans don't care if she fights Cyborg any time soon. They don't care if it's at 135, 140, or 175. They don't care if we think Cyborg will be depleted at 135 or if Cyborg will be just fine. They don't care if Rousey's striking technique is still amateur. And they certainly don't care if the women's divisions aren't as deep or mature as the men's divisions. Like it or not, the UFC is Rousey's world. We're all just along for the ride.