Former UFC middleweight Patrick Cote has signed on to compete in Ringside MMA based out of Cote's hometown of Montreal starting this spring.
Following a loss to Tom Lawlor at UFC 121 last Saturday night, former middleweight title contender Patrick Cote has been released from the UFC.
The California State Athletic Commission has released the medical suspensions for the card for those that will be sidelined including former champion Brock Lesnar.
The "UFC 121 Prelims Live" on Spike TV on Saturday night returned to the robust numbers that the series has averaged since its inception with
Court McGee submitted Ryan Jensen, and Tom Lawlor dominated Patrick Cote on the UFC 121 Prelims on Spike TV on Saturday night.
Patrick Cote has one simple goal for UFC 121: to destroy his opponent, Tom Lawlor.
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