NEW YORK (AP) _ Lennox Lewis' victory over Evander Holyfield Saturday night may have been less controversial and more exciting than their first fight, but it didn't do as well on pay-per-view television.

Only 850,000 purchased the fight on TVKO, HBO's pay-per-view arm, compared to 1.2 million buys for the first bout in March.

The rematch didn't crack the top 10 in pay-per-view figures. Holyfield's rematch with Mike Tyson posted an all-time high with 1.99 million buys while their first fight had 1.59 million.

Lewis-Holyfield I is eighth on the list, just behind Felix Trinidad's victory over Oscar De La Hoya in September, which had 1.25 million buys.