Each day, The MMA Corner will provide a recap of results, event announcements, fight matchups, and injuries/cancellations from throughout the world of MMA.

M-1 Challenge 30 ratings: Event draws series-low 148,000 Showtime viewers

M-1 Challenge 30, which took place this past Friday and was aired on Showtime, drew a series low 148,000. This was the fourth Challenge show to air on Showtime and the lowest in ratings by 13,000 viewers.

Source: MMA Junkie

Fuel TV plans to “market the hell” out of the UFC

Today, Fox and UFC executives announced their plans for 2012 and it contains six live UFC events and over 2000 hours of UFC programming.  Fuel TV executive George Greenberg stated that Fuel TV will be the new home of the UFC.

Source: MMA Weekly

UFC 140 “UFC Prelims” ratings: ION Television draws 808,000 viewers

With the Spike TV deal officially behind them, the UFC turned to ION television for the third time this year to air the preliminary portion of one of its pay-per-view events and 808,000 people tuned in.  The number marked the second lowest rating this year.

Source: MMA Junkie

Mackens Semerzier vs. Robert Peralta result changed to no-contest

The fight on Nov. 12 between Mackens Semerzier and Robert Peralta, which ended in a TKO victory, was reversed to a no-contest today following a hearing conducted by the California State Athletic Commission.  Peralta was able to stop Semerzier in the third round after the two collided heads.

Source: MMA Fighting

Former UFC fighter Junie Browning subject of city-wide manhunt in Thailand

Former Ultimate Fighter contestant Junie Browning is the subject of a city-wide manhunt in Phuket, Thailand, after allegedly starting a bar fight, assaulting several different women and then continuing his assaultive behavior at the hospital.  Browning was able to flee the hospital before the authorities could arrive and he has not been spotted since.

This is not Browning’s first run-in with the law.  In 2009, Browning was arrested for taking a handful of pills in an apparent suicide attempt.  He also assaulted several nurses during this incident.

Source: MMA Weekly

Wanderlei Silva and Vitor Belfort selected as coaches for “The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil”

Today, Lorenzo Fertitta released via his Twitter account the news that Wanderlei Silva and Vitor Belfort will coach The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil and they will continue the tradition and fight at the end of the series.  Belfort is still set to face Anthony Johnson at UFC 142 in January.

When these two coaches fight at the end of the season, it will be a rematch of their 1998 fight in which a 20-year-old Belfort was able to TKO Silva in 17 seconds.

Source: Twitter

UFC 140 medical suspensions: Nogueira, Ortiz receive 60-day orders

Medical suspensions from UFC 140 were released today and seven fighters were given 60-day suspensions, including Tito Ortiz, Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira and Mark Hominick.  Every fighter that participated in the event was given a 14-day suspension.

Nogueira’s 60-day suspension came from what was originally diagnosed as a dislocated shoulder.  It has since been reported that Nogueira suffered a broken arm and will be out at least nine months.

Source: MMA Junkie

Photo: Frank Mir breaks Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira’s arm (Tracy Lee/Yahoo Sports)