Nearly as many people watched the Power Slap 1 live stream on Rumble as they did during the show’s run on TBS.
Last week, Power Slap: Road To The Title averaged 220k viewers after averaging about 290k viewers throughout the 8-episode run on TBS at 10pm on Wednesday nights.
Power Slap: Road to the Title
Episode 8 averaged 220K viewers (0.05 in the 18-49 demo).
Episode 7: 277K (0.09).
Episode 6: 309K (0.10).
Episode 5: 275K (0.09).
Episode 4: 275K (0.08).
Episode 3: 284K (0.09).
Episode 2: 413K (0.13).
Episode 1: 295K (0.10).
— Jed I. Goodman © (@jedigoodman) March 9, 2023
On Saturday, the first Power Slap live event aired live on the Rumble website and peaked at 190k concurrent viewers.
The event ended up generating 2 million video views on Rumble.
According to Dana White, Power Slap has a two-season deal with Rumble and will air 8 live events on the site.
Dana White tells Pat McAfee he has a term sheet with Rumble to do two more seasons of the Power Slap reality show and 8 live shows. Says he is working on a deal right now for Season 2 to be filmed on Fight Island. pic.twitter.com/BCsiWFBq0i
— Jed I. Goodman © (@jedigoodman) March 10, 2023