WEC 30 salary figures from the Nevada State Athletic Commission. Last night’s event, which took place at The Joint in the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, featured successful title defenses by WEC lightweight champion “Razor” Rob McCullough and bantamweight champion Chase Beebe. WEC 30’s main card aired on Versus. Although these are the official figures reported to the NSAC, the amounts do not includes sponsorships, bonuses and other items that can greatly affect a fighter’s total payday. They also do not include deductions that are sometimes taken for licenses, taxes and non-approved travel expenses. The official payroll for the event was $154,000, according to the NSAC’s four-page filing. • Ian McCall ($4,000) def. Coty Wheeler ($2,000) • Blas Avena ($6,000) def. Joe Benoit ($2,000) • Donald Cerrone ($6,000) def. Kenneth Alexander ($3,000) • Bryan Baker ($6,000) def. Jesse Forbes ($4,000) • Marcus Hicks ($8,000) def. Scott McAfee ($2,000) • John Alessio ($22,000) def. Marcelo Brito ($3,000) • Miguel Torres ($20,000) def. Jeff Bedard ($4,000) • Brian Stann ($10,000) def. Jeremiah Billington ($2,000) • Bantamweight champ Chase Beebe ($10,000) def. Rani Rahya ($6,000) • Lightweight champ Rob McCullough ($24,000) def. Rich Crunkilton ($10,000) All of the night’s winners received bonuses that were 50 percent of their pay. For example, McCullough received $12,000 as a base pay and $12,000 as a win bonus. for a $24,000 total. (All of the losing fighters could have earned twice their pay if they had won.