"I would think that as we move towards that, that would be a great pay-per-view. I think the fans would pay to see that fight... The other thing we have to look at though is we need to do more than one good fight on that card. We want to put together a card where people are basically saying they cannot miss it."
"Don't have a date or location, but I'm going to tell you it's going to happen. We're looking at the first half of 2010. We're looking at dates, locations, all that. There's a lot of things that we look at that go into this, and we want to make sure that our first one is very, very successful."
-WEC General Manager, Reed Harris, talks about a featherweight championship bout between Urijah Faber and Jose Aldo headlining their first Pay Per View show. Faber, the WEC's biggest draw, beat Assuncao last night in front of over 10,000 fans in his hometown of Sacramento.
HT: mmaweeklysherdog.com (at the 2:20 min mark)