WEC
World Extreme Cagefighting was an American mixed martial arts organization founded in 2001. In its final incarnation, it was made up of 3 weight classes: 135 lb (61 kg), 145 lb (66 kg) and 155 lb (70 kg). To accommodate the smaller fighters, WEC's cage was 25 feet (7.6 m) in diameter—5 feet (1.5 m) smaller than the standard UFC cage. WEC features Dominick Cruz, Jose Aldo, Urijah Faber, Benson Henderson, Carlos Condit, Chael Sonnen, Anthony Pettis, Chad Mendes, Donald Cerrone, Miguel Torres, Cub Swanson, and more.

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The number of times a fighter knocks down his opponent in a fight The number of significant strikes landed in a fight. Significant strikes are all strikes at distance, plus power strikes in the clinch and on the ground The percentage of a fighter's significant strike attempts that are successful The total number of strikes landed in a fight, including non-power strikes in the clinch and on the ground The number of times a fighter takes down his opponent in a fight The percentage of a fighter's takedown attempts that are successful The number of times a fighter executes a threatening submission hold in a fight The average number of significant strikes a fighter lands per minute throughout his career The percentage of a fighter's significant strike attempts that are successful The average number of significant strikes a fighter takes per minute throughout his career The percentage of a fighter's opponents' significant strike attempst that are not successful The average number of takedowns a fighter lander per 15 minutes throughout his career The percentage of a fighter's takedown attempts that are successful The percentage of a fighter's opponents' takedown attempts that are not successful The average number of submissions a fighter attempts per 15 minutes throughout his career
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Faber vs. Muzigaki