World Extreme Cagefighting is considered by many to be the little brother of the UFC. But while the fighters in the WEC are small, I found in talking to WEC Vice President Peter Dropick that there's nothing small about the promotion's plans.
Dropick and I talked this week about the organization's April 5 show in Chicago, the future plans of bantamweight champion Miguel Torres, why the upcoming featherweight title fight between Mike Brown and Urijah Faber will be on pay-per-view, why TV viewers didn't see the aftermath of a nasty knockout in the WEC's most recent show, and where Dropick himself fits in a company run , Lorenzo Fertitta and Frank Fertitta. The full interview is below.
WEC Boss Peter Dropick on Miguel Torres, Faber-Brown 2 and Pay-Per-View originally appeared on MMA FanHouse on Fri, 20 Mar 2009 08:02:00 EST . Please see our terms for use of feeds.