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DOWN FOR THE COUNT

Fox's copycat boxing show barely survived its first round in the ratings ring. Only 5.2 million spectators turned out for last night's debut of The Next Great Champ, placing it well behind time-slot rivals Big Brother and Father of the Pride. Heck, Champ's macho men failed to muster enough strength to beat an According to Jim repeat on ABC! (Talk about emasculating.) Over at CBS, Amazing Race continues to pick up steam as it heads toward the finish line. Nearly 11 million viewers watched host Phil Keoghan deactivate blunder twins Kami and Karli. Clearly, the Lord no longer wanted these two in the game.

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Fox's copycat boxing show barely survived its first round in the ratings ring. Only 5.2 million spectators turned out for last night's debut of The Next Great Champ, placing it well behind time-slot rivals Big Brother and Father of the Pride. Heck, Champ's macho men failed to muster enough strength to beat an According to Jim repeat on ABC! (Talk about emasculating.) Over at CBS, Amazing Race continues to pick up steam as it heads toward the finish line. Nearly 11 million viewers watched host Phil Keoghan deactivate blunder twins Kami and Karli. Clearly, the Lord no longer wanted these two in the game.