By John HeftiThe WEC is now in the midst of a major transition, with the UFC announcing on Tuesday that the promotion will not be using its new unified UFC contract with the WEC.
The UFC made the announcement after the WBC announced that it would not renew its contract with a unified contract.
The move comes as the WBA and IBF are also on the sidelines, leaving the WAC to handle the unified tournament and promotion.
While the WCA and WBC are separate organizations, the WFC has been using the WMA to negotiate with the various WEC promoters.
But that’s not the case anymore.
The WBC and WEC have signed separate contracts, which have allowed them to negotiate directly with the fighters in the tournament and promote their respective events in a manner that has worked well in the past.
That’s why the WFL is now moving forward with its own unified tournament, with a potential to add more events in the future.
But what happens if the WTA and WCL, which are the two largest WEC promotions, decide to not renew their contracts?
What happens if a WBA fighter is injured and can’t get a fight in time to fight in a WEC event?
What if the IBF or WBO fighter wants to fight a WFL fighter?
The answer to these questions has been the WCL and WBA, which now operate their respective tournaments as separate entities.
They are in negotiations to merge their divisions into a unified tournament that would be in effect starting in 2018.
The WCL will announce its plans to merge its events with the other promotions in the coming days, while the WDA will likely announce the dates for the WELT (World Ultimate League) in 2019.
However, the only thing the WWC will have to do now is to announce the date of its next unification tournament, and to negotiate for an additional event.
The UFC will also be allowed to negotiate contracts with the organizations, but not the WCO.
The two organizations will have two unified tournaments with different tournament dates.
The unified tournament will be held at a neutral venue, and the WBO will select the host city, which will be chosen by the WGC, the governing body of the WJC.
The tournament will take place in September 2019.
The new WCL tournament will start in March 2020 and will be broadcast on a national network, including ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, and Fox Sports 1.
The new WBO tournament will begin in June 2020 and be broadcast in select markets, including the U.K., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, New York, and Latin America.
The main event for the tournament will not occur until the fall of 2020, with another event set for December 2020.
The main event will also include an open weight class, but the WCC will decide the format.
The two major tournaments will be televised on ESPN2 in the U, while ESPN3 will be available in Canada, U.S., and other territories.
In addition, WBC officials are set to announce on Tuesday the schedule for the next WELTs, which would be held in late 2019 or early 2020.
The other WCL tournaments will begin later in the year, with more events slated to be added in 2018 and 2019.
The biggest of the major WCL events will be in June 2019.