WEC 40 Weigh-in Results, Salaries, Bonuses, and Medical Suspensions

WEC 40 Weigh-in Results

Miguel Torres (135) vs. Takeya Mizugaki (135)
Joseph Benavidez (134) vs. Jeff Curran (135)
Ben Henderson (156)# vs. Shane Roller (156)
Rafael Assuncao (145.5) vs. Jameel Massouh (146)^
Anthony Njokuani (156)+ vs. Bart Palaszewski (155)
Dominick Cruz (135) vs. Ivan Lopez (134.5)
Wagnney Fabiano (146) vs. Fredson Paixao (144)
Eddie Wineland (135) vs. Rani Yahya (136)
Akitoshi Tamura (135.5) vs. Manny Tapia (135.5)
Mike Budnik (149) vs. Rafael Dias (145)*

# Henderson originally weighed 157 pounds but made weight on his second attempt.
^ Massouh originally weighed 146.5 pounds but made weight on his second attempt.
+ Njokuani originally weighed 157.5 pounds but made weight on his second attempt.
* Bout originally scheduled for 145 pounds, however, both fighters have agreed to meet at a catchweight of 149 pounds.

WEC 40 Salaries

Not Available

Note: The salaries reflect the gross amount paid to fighters before taxes, insurance, and licenses, and do not reflect potential additional income that fighters commonly derive through sponsorships or unreported “locker room” bonuses.

WEC 40 Bonuses

  • Fight of the Night: Miguel Torres $10,000, Takeya Mizugaki $10,000
  • Knockout of the Night: Anthony Njokuani $10,000
  • Submission of the Night: Rani Yahya $10,000

WEC 40 Medical Suspensions

Not Available

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