Programming Reminder: 'WEC: Best of 2010' debuts tomorrow night (Dec. 23) on Versus


World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC) isn't done on Versus just yet.

The UFC today announced that "WEC: Best of 2010" will debut tomorrow night (Dec. 22) starting at 7 p.m. ET on Versus and feature four incredible brawls from the past year in the promotion.

Featured among the fights set for the broadcast will be the WEC 48 featherweight slugfest between Leonard Garcia and "The Korean Zombie" Chan Sung Jung. After three rounds of carnage, "Bad Boy" was awarded a controversial split decision victory in a fight that no doubt convinced a few doubters to purchase the WEC's lone pay-per-view offering.

Also being shown will be a lightweight title fight that should still be fresh in your mind. But just in case you missed it, you'll be able to catch Anthony Pettis landing his "Showtime-off-the-Wall" kick on Ben Henderson that helped earn him the 155-pound gold.

And that's not all.

When the WEC headed north of the border for the "Varner vs Shalorus" event back in June, two Canadian featherweights in Mark Hominick and Yves Jabouin did battle that "The Machine" finished by TKO in the second round.

Finally, former 135-pound title hopeful Scott Jorgensen earned his shot at the belt by putting on a "Fight of the Night" winning barn-burner against Brad Pickett at WEC 50.

Remember to tune in tomorrow night (Dec. 23) at 7 p.m. ET on Versus to see four of the best fights from the final year of existence for the beloved promotion that was World Extreme Cagefighting.

Enjoy the show, Maniacs.

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