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Disastrous and historically all-time TV ratings low point for K-1

By Zach Arnold | November 9, 2010

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Monday’s World MAX tournament show in Tokyo at Ryogoku Kokugikan that aired on Tokyo Broadcasting System from 9 PM to 10:54 PM JST drew an all-time record low TV rating of 7.6%. The one fight that drew a rating on the show was Satoshi Ishii vs. Katsuyori Shibata, which drew a 12.1% rating. K-1 front man Sadaharu Tanigawa said that ‘the absence of a new star’ is what has led to K-1 drawing low ratings.

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5 Responses to “Disastrous and historically all-time TV ratings low point for K-1”

  1. white ninja says:

    i watched it – but had more fun cutting my toenails; so missed most of it

    lowlight was Ishii’s roll….

  2. MikeJJ says:

    Seems another era is about to end in Japan, even in the absense of scandals.

  3. edub says:

    When is supposed to air on HDnet in the US again? Anybody know?

  4. pondotta says:

    I heard it’ll be on the 20th of nov./ I was working but can’t wait for the hdnet broadcast.

  5. liger05 says:

    Was this on HDNET? I noticed there wasnt a stream on the day where I usually find one.

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