Sacramento writer gets ripped after calling for Urijah Faber’s retirement

Finishing Up: No shame for Contreras to retire from cagewriting Former WEC Featherweight Champion Urijah Faber is 30-years-old, holds a professional MMA record of 23-4, and is ranked in the top five of all the 145 lb. fighters in the world. Does that sound like someone who should retire? According to at least one sports … Read more

“WEC 48: Aldo vs. Faber” video preview extravaganza

UFC fighters Kenny Florian, Clay Guida, Brandon Vera, and Jon Jones weigh-in with their thoughts on the WEC 48 Urijah Faber vs. Jose Aldo match-up. “WEC 48: Aldo vs. Faber” takes place this Saturday night on pay-per-view. Joe Rogan and Dana White dig into the “WEC 48: Aldo vs. Faber” main event with this in-depth … Read more

Urijah Faber gets one more shot at the featherweight title this Saturday at “WEC 48: Aldo vs. Faber”

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Saturday night, April 24, World Extreme Cagefighting returns to Arco Arena for “WEC 48: Aldo vs. Faber“. The event will mark the WEC’s first ever pay-per-view broadcast. Up until this point, their events have been televised on the VERSUS sports cable network. Headlining the card is WEC poster-boy and the most well-known … Read more

WEC announces remaining bouts for “Brown vs. Faber 2” on June 7

PRO MMA ( was notified by the WEC on Wednesday of the full fight card  for “Brown vs. Faber 2” scheduled to take place at Arco Arena in Sacramento, California on Sunday, June 7 and to air live on Versus.

In the main event, former WEC Featherweight Champion Urijah Faber will get the opportunity to win back the title Mike Thomas Brown took from him last November. Also on the card is Jens Pulver, who is looking to get back in the win column, and Manny Gamburyan who will be making his WEC featherweight debut.

Another fighter making their WEC debut on this card is 13-0 undefeated bantamweight Kyle Dietz, who trains out of Spencer Fisher’s camp in Moline, Illinois. Here is the full line-up:

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Jim Rome talks WEC 36: Faber vs. Brown

by:  Jack Bratcher

The MMA world has fought tooth and nail for years to be taken seriously as a legitimate sport. Much of it boils down to a slow, steady, and deliberate education process.

ESPN’s Jim Rome talked about the WEC 36: Faber vs. Brown fight Thursday on his sports talk show, Jim Rome is Burning.

Jim Rome is as legitimate as it gets when it comes to mainstream sports coverage. He has a loyal following of dedicated listeners that take their sports very serious.

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