WEC 35: Brian Stann vs. Steve Cantwell

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Updated: May 22, 2008
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In an appearance on the Howard Stern Radio Show on Sirius Satellite Radio, WEC light heavyweight champion Brian Stann revealed that he will be fighting Steve Cantwell for his WEC belt on August 3.

This will be Stann’s first title defence since defeating Doug Marshall at WEC 33.

Stann was on the show to promote WEC 34 “Faber vs. Pulver” with takes place June 2. He presented a $5000 dollar check for Howard’s “Hottest Chick, Ugliest Scar” contest winner.

Here’s the wrap up of his appearance:

World Extreme Cagefighting’s Brian Stann came in to present Tiffany with the $5,000 prize, and Howard asked him about his two tours of Iraq. Brian said Artie and Gary shouldn’t be concerned about their safety over there during their USO tour, as they’ll be kept far from danger: “The casualty rate is so far down now.” Howard wondered how Brian was able to pleasure himself when he was over there, so Brian explained that he would make arrangements for private moments away from other marines: “That’s the key.”

Brian told Howard about earning the Silver Star in Iraq and once knocking a fellow cagefighter out inside of 16 seconds, so Howard said he felt emasculated by the presence of a real man: “You are so much more of a man than I am. I’m going to go put on a little sundress, heels and a bra.” Brian then congratulated Tiffany on her prize and positive attitude, and Tiffany announced that she’d use the money for driving school.

2 Comments

  1. KOPower

    May 22, 2008 at 7:50 am

    Damn I can't wait to see this guy in the UFC he is going to knock some heads off.

  2. Oswald Gobblecock

    May 22, 2008 at 10:51 am

    I don't know… UFC is the big leagues.

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