Some of the greatest fights in the history of the WEC will be available on DVD and Blu-Ray. Image Entertainment, Inc., one of the largest independent home entertainment distributors in North America and acknowledged pioneer of the multi-billion dollar optical disc industry, announced today that it will release the Best Of WEC on Tuesday, Sept. 7.
The latest offering from World Extreme Cagefighting will feature six of the greatest fights in the history of the lighter weight classes, as well as never-before-seen bonus footage. Best Of WEC features over three hours of tremendous action and will be available in DVD and Blu-Ray format at Best Buy and select retailers across the United States.
“The Best Of WEC release is a superb collection of WEC’s most thrilling fights and features some of the top fighters in the world,” Bill Bromiley, Chief Acquisitions Officer of Image Entertainment, said. “Image Entertainment is very excited to offer fans a front row seat to the best, most memorable fights the MMA world has ever seen.”
Included on the Best Of WEC DVD are the following fights: Miguel Angel Torres vs. Takeya Mizugaki in a bantamweight title clash from April 2009; A lightweight war between Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone and “Razor” Rob McCullough from Nov. 2008; Miguel Angel Torres vs. Yoshiro Maeda for the 135-pound title from June 2008; The epic featherweight title bout between “The California Kid” Urijah Faber and Jens “Lil Evil” Pulver from June 2008; The 2009 Fight of the Year featuring Ben “Smooth” Henderson vs. Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone for the interim lightweight championship; the five-round featherweight title battle between Mike Brown and “The California Kid” Urijah Faber from June 2009.
“After the success of our first release, Aldo vs. Faber, we are excited to offer Best Of WEC to our loyal fans,” WEC Vice President Peter Dropick said. “Our goal is to give our following the opportunity to build a library of some of the greatest fights in WEC history. Best Of WEC continues that trend and is an absolute must-have for any mixed martial arts fan.”