UFC middleweight Patrick Cote inks new four-fight deal with UFC

May 1, 2013

Print



UFC middleweight Patrick Cote inks new four-fight deal with UFC



Canadian MMA longtime middleweight and UFC veteran Patrick Cote has inked a four-fight deal with the UFC.  Cote first stepped onto the UFC scene back in 2004 when he battled Tito Ortiz.  He has enjoyed a long middleweight run where his career highlight was against Anderson Silva for the UFC middleweight title few years ago.

Today, Cote is fighting at welterweight and is looking to make good use of his four-fight contract, by stating to Bleacher Report:

“I just signed a four-fight deal with the UFC. We’ve talked about my next fight, but nothing is signed, nothing has been decided. They just announced the TUF Canada vs. Australia and everybody has gone crazy on Twitter trying to help me become the coach of Team Canada. I appreciate the support from everybody, maybe it’s going to help.”

Cote has recently just come off a unanimous decision win to Bobby Voelker at UFC 158 back in March.

Share

News

Recent Stories

About Us

MMACanada.net is Canada's first & most-popular MMA website for mixed martial arts news and information from a Canadian perspective. Event coverage and fighter profiles include not only Canadian but International topics and personalities. Read more..

Contact Us

Got a news tip? Inquiry?
Want to advertise on our site?
Click here to send in your comments

News Archives

Follow Us