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WEC 47: Bowles vs Cruz (Little Evil’s last fight) Card Update
World Extreme Cagefighting 47: Bowles vs Cruz, will have a event during the popular Arnold Sports Festival, which can usually draws up to 150,000 people to Columbus, OH. This event will take place on March 6 from the Nationwide Arena and will be the first WEC event to take place in Ohio. UFC 68: The Uprising, UFC 82: Pride of a Champion, and UFC 96: Jackson vs. Jardine are the successful cards that were held in Columbus during the March sports festival.
This is the most up to date card for WEC 47. The event will feature WEC Bantemweight Champion “Brian David Bowles” defending his title against “Dominick Rojelio Cruz”. Miguel Torres will be returning to the cage for the first time since losing the 135lb fight against Joseph Benavidez. Also, as you all may know, this might be Jens Pulver last fight and he is hoping for a win. He has lost 8 of his past 12 encounters. There is going to be a documentary leading up to this fight.
MAIN CARD – Champion Brian Bowles vs. Dominick Cruz (for bantamweight title) – Joseph Benavidez vs. Miguel Torres – Jens Pulver vs. Javier Vazquez – L.C. Davis vs. Deividas Taurosevicius – Karen Darabedyan vs. Bart Palaszewski PRELIMINARY CARD – Chad George vs. Scott Jorgensen – Erik Koch vs. Chad Mendes – Danny Castillo vs. Anthony Pettis – Leonard Garcia vs. Diego Nunes – Bendy Casimir vs. Ricardo Lamas – Bryan Caraway vs. Fredson Paixao (this fight has not been officially announced)