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Official WEC Weigh-In Results

Below are the official weigh-in results for Saturday’s WEC event, which features the WEC bantamweight title bout between Brian Bowles and Dominick Cruz, as well as the return of Miguel Angel Torres against Joseph Benavidez, and the featherweight clash between Jens Pulver and Javier Vazquez. This card will air live on Versus (10pm ET / 7pm PT) from the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio.
 


Below are the official weigh-in results for Saturday’s WEC event, which features the WEC bantamweight title bout between Brian Bowles and Dominick Cruz, as well as the return of Miguel Angel Torres against Joseph Benavidez, and the featherweight clash between Jens Pulver and Javier Vazquez. This card will air live on Versus (10pm ET / 7pm PT) from the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio.

WEC Bantamweight Championship
Brian Bowles (134.5) vs Dominick Cruz (134)

Miguel Angel Torres (134.5) vs Joseph Benavidez (135)
Jens Pulver (145.5) vs Javier Vazquez (145)
Deividas Taurosevicius (145) vs LC Davis (144.5)
Bart Palaszewski (155) vs Karen Darabedyan (156)

Scott Jorgensen (135) vs Chad George (135.5)
Chad Mendes (145) vs Erik Koch (144)
Danny Castillo (155.5) vs Anthony Pettis (154.5)
Leonard Garcia (145) vs George Roop (145.5)
Fredson Paixao (144.5) vs Courtney Buck (145)
Ricardo Lamas (155) vs Bendy Casimir (155.5)

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