Bellator’s “Fight Master” is well on its way in the first ever season of the show, but will no longer be on at their regular 10 p.m. ET slot on Wednesdays. It was announced today that “Fight Master” will be moving to Thursdays. The time for Thursdays will also be an hour later, moving to 11 p.m. ET. The show will follow SPIKE TV’s TNA Impact wrestling, similar to when Bellator MMA was on Thursday nights last season. Last week’s “Fight Master” reportedly only drew 398,000 viewers, the lowest rating of the season. A lot of negative feedback has come back from the show regarding that the talent is slim, the fights are boring, the shows TUF knockoff, and more. The idea of the fighters picking the coach was great, but after that it has just fallen and fallen in ratings. The four coaches featured on the show are Joe Warren, Randy Couture, Greg Jackson, and Frank Shamrock. Each coach received four fighters and is coaching them through a tournament to get one of those fighters to an eventual future welterweight title shot and the title of “Fight Master.” With the new day and time change, perhaps the rating will turn around, but only time will tell.