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UFC veteran Patrick Cote: Why not Nick Diaz in August?

Patrick Cote has very simple things in mind for his next UFC fight: either a top-15 opponent or a big-name fight that can bring him the attention he needs to continue his climb up the welterweight ladder. 473 more words


Stream or download MMAjunkie Radio #2127 with UFC's Patrick Cote, Kajan Johnson

Stream or download Friday’s edition of MMAjunkie Radio with guests Patrick Cote and Kajan Johnson.

Cote is coming off a big win at UFC Fight Night 81, where he dispatched of Ben Saunders via TKO stoppage. 49 more words


MMAjunkie Radio (1 p.m. ET): UFC Fight Night 81's Patrick Cote, Kajan Johnson

MMAjunkie Radio kicks off at 1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT) with guests Patrick Cote and Kajan Johnson.

Cote continued his hot streak as a welterweight fighter earlier this week when he pounded out Ben Saunders in the second round at UFC Fight Night 81 in the featured preliminary card bout. 255 more words


Video: Patrick Cote's resurgence? Nick Diaz callout? Long time coming

Almost 12 years after his first UFC appearance, Patrick Cote is riding a three-fight winning streak with six victories in his past seven fights. How’d he finally get everything to click? 187 more words


UFC Talking Points: Penalizing Fouls, Five-Round Fights and More

Sunday’s UFC event in Boston provided a lot of talking points beyond just marvelling at Dominick Cruz’ miraculous comeback and the outstanding fight he and T.J. 1,024 more words

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The 3 stars of ‘UFC Fight Night 81: Dillashaw vs. Cruz' in Boston

The UFC plans another hectic and loaded schedule this year, and during that time, hundreds of fighters will enter and exit the octagon.

While pre-fight hype is an enjoyable aspect of the sport, it’s ultimately the in-cage performances that speak most to fans. 697 more words


Patrick Cote wants to welcome Nick Diaz back to UFC octagon

BOSTON – Fresh off an impressive performance on Sunday at UFC Fight Night 81, Patrick Cote is again aiming his sights at the welterweight division’s top 15. 350 more words