The preliminary estimates for UFC 150 came in at around 190,000 buys, according to Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer. If the final number is close to the estimate, it would mark the lowest number for a UFC PPV since 2005.
UFC 150 was headlined with a lightweight championship rematch with Benson Henderson (17-2) defeating Frankie Edgar (14-3-1). The co-main event featured Donald Cerrone (19-4-1 NC) going over Melvin Guillard (30-11-2-1 NC).
The PPV took place at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado. The last UFC show at the venue, for UFC 135, drew approximately 520,000 buys.
An exact number won't be known for several weeks.
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