Faber Leads WEC 38 Salaries

Urijah Faber. Photo property of World Extreme Cagefighting.

The California State Athletic Commission has released the official list of fighter salaries stemming from World Extreme Cagefighting’s latest event, which took place on January 25 at the San Diego Sports Arena.

Jamie Varner successfully defend his WEC lightweight title after an illegal blow from Donald Cerrone ended their contest early, while Varner was ahead on the scorecards. Former WEC featherweight champion Urijah Faber also took a step closer to regaining his belt, dispatching of Jens Pulver for the second time in the past year.

Remember that this is only the base salary that a fighter received. Bonuses, deductions, and other undisclosed fees are not included.


The complete list released yesterday by the CSAC:

Jamie Varner ($34,000) def. Donald Cerrone ($9,000)
Urijah Faber ($48,000) def. Jens Pulver ($35,000)
Danillo Villefort ($8,000) def. Mike Campbell ($3,000)
Jose Aldo ($10,000) def. Rolando Perez ($3,000)
Ben Henderson ($5,000) def. Anthony Njokuani ($2,000)
Edgar Garcia ($6,000) def. Hiromitsu Miura ($6,000)
Dominick Cruz ($8,000) def. Ian McCall ($3,000
Scott Jorgensen ($8,000) def. Frank Gomez ($2,000)
Jesse Lennox ($4,000) def. Blas Avena ($7,000)
Charlie Valencia ($14,000) def. Seth Dikun ($2,000)


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