I had this discussion at work the other day with a couple of co-workers. We were discussing how most of the time, it seems like each of us end up watching Bellator on Spike, more than UFC shows/events on Fox Networks. For one, only 2 of us have the Fox Sports-1 channel on our satellite package, but each person has Spike as part of the cable or satellite plan. So nobody but me and one other worker ever watches Prelims or episodes of TUF. Also, we discussed how when the UFC airs events on Fox, most of the time, we're all doing something else on Saturdays at 8pm, whether it's going out with friends or we're enjoying a day off from work, or occasionally I'll get busy and forget all about the card, and end up reading about the event on here the next day. From my experience, I'm usually up late on Friday nights, enjoying the evening after a long work-week, and end up watching most of the Bellator card on Spike, or even some of the cards that air on AXS TV on Friday nights. Spike also seems to be a channel that I tend to turn to, when I want to find something at random to watch. So, my question is, do you think the contract with Fox actually benefits the UFC more, than the previous contract with Spike? Personally, I think Spike did help the UFC grow, but I don't know if it's continued in that pattern since moving to Fox?? What are your thoughts??