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WEC Fight Results: The Numbers (2008-2010)

Note: I goofed on some of the formatting so forgive me please.

 

Over the past few months I've done some fight card statistics for the UFC. Why not give it a shot with the WEC? This one is slightly more tricky and requires a longer timespan. The tables below are separated by year from 2008 to 2010.

 

 

2008

 

 

Event

KO/TKO

Subs

Decisions

Draw/NC/DQ

WEC 32

4

4

2

0

WEC 33

3

3

2

2 (1 DQ, 1 draw)

WEC 34

4

2

5

0

WEC 35

6

3

1

0

WEC 36

6

1

3

0

WEC 37

4

3

3

0

Total

27

16

16

2

2008wec_medium

 

After WEC 37 the light heavyweight and middleweight divisions were dissolved into the UFC.

 

 

2009

 

Event

KO/TKO

Subs

Decisions

Draw/NC/DQ

WEC 38

4

3

3

0

WEC 39

3

1

6

0

WEC 40

2

1

7

0

WEC 41

1

6

3

0

WEC 42

2

1

7

1 (NC)*

WEC 43

2

2

6

0

WEC 44

2

2

6

0

WEC 45

3

2

5

0

Total

19

18

43

1

 

2009wec_medium

 

After WEC 39 the welterweight division went the way of the middleweight and light-heavyweight divisions and their roster moved to the UFC.

* Fredson Paixao vs. Cole Province was originally ruled a split decision win for Province before he failed his post-fight drug test. It was then changed to an NC.

 

 

2010

 

Event

KO/TKO

Subs

Decisions

Draw/NC/DQ

WEC 46

0

4

6

0

WEC 47

3

5

2

1 (Draw)

Aldo vs. Faber

2

4

5

0

WEC 49

2

5

3

1 (Draw)

Total

7

18

16

2

2010wec_medium

 

 

In total we've had 53 TKOs/KOs (28.64%), 52 submissions (28.1%),  75 decisions (40.54%), 3 draws (1.6%), 1 DQ (0.54%), and 1 no contest (0.54%).

 

 

Ever since the larger weight classes were dissolved into the UFC the knockouts have gone down significantly, but submissions and decisions in particular have gone up. I suppose it's natural for the lighter weight classes to lack  serious KO power. Not everyone can be Jose Aldo. But I guarantee everyone here would take Garcia vs. Jung 3 round classic (sloppy as it was) over a run-of-the-mill KO.

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