WEC: Faber vs. Brown – live results & play-by-play

by:  Jack Bratcher

World Extreme Cagefighting’s WEC: Faber vs. Brown took place at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida on Wednesday, November 5, 2008 and these are the results.

WEC Featherweight Championship
Mike Thomas Brown defeats Urijah Faber by TKO in round 1 for the WEC Featherweight Title
non-title bouts:
Chael Sonnen defeats Paulo Filho by unanimous decision
Leonard Garcia defeats Jens Pulver by TKO (strikes) in round 1
Jake Rosholt defeats Nissen Osterneck by TKO (strikes) in round 2
Donald Cerrone defeats Rob McCullough by unanimous decision
Jose Aldo defeats Jonathan Brookins by TKO (strikes) in round 3
Rani Yahya defeats Yoshiro Maeda by submission (guillotine choke) in round 1
Carmelo Marrero defeats Steve Steinbeiss by Split Decision
Danny Castillo defeats Rafael Dias by TKO (strikes) in round 2
Aaron Simpson defeats David Avellan by KO in round 1

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PRO MMA Exclusive: a chat with Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone

by: Denny “The Mad One” Hodge

On Wednesday Sept.10, 2008 the WEC will be holding an event at the Seminole Hotel & Casino in Florida which air live on the VERSUS network. The card is headlined by featherweight champion Urijah Faber defending his title against Mike Brown. However, there is another fight on the card which could very well steal the show and that is when “Razor” Rob McCullough gets into the cage with Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone.

Many people will remember Cerrone from his appearance on the TAPOUT reality show that airs on VERSUS. The episode featured Cerrone in a fight against Anthony Njokuani where he won via triangle choke in the first round. The very interesting paradox is the fact that quick submission finishes have been a recurring theme in the career of Cowboy who is actually more known for his muay thai and kickboxing skills.

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PRO MMA Exclusive: Razor Rob McCullough

by:  Jack Bratcher

In February of this year, “Razor” Rob McCullough lost his WEC lightweight title to Jamie Varner in an upset.  The odds were stacked against Varner but he was able to pull out the win and take home the title.   Four months later “Razor Rob” stepped back into the cage and got back on the right track with a win over Kenneth Alexander at WEC 34.

“Razor Rob” wants that title back.  As far as he’s concerned, the loss to Varner was a fluke that never should have happened.  On September 10, Rob will face one of his toughest fights to date and it will be the deciding factor if he gets an immediate title shot or has to climb back up the ladder.  PRO MMA got the opportunity to chat with Rob and he explained just what this fight means to him and what kind of fireworks we can expect to see.

Rob also lets us in on some personal details about himself you may not have known such as who he would most like to fight and what is one of his favorite books.  The answers might surprise you. 

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