Post Profile






MMA Video: Patrick Cote, Thales Leites, Ronys Torres Make Big Statements

The UFC might have to free some roster space for a few old faces in the near future. At Saturday's Amazon Forest Combat 2 in Brazil, former UFC fighters Patrick Cote, Thales Leites and Ronys Torres all recorded important wins that moved them one step closer to an Octagon return. The event also featured victories for Murilo Bustamante and Pete Spratt—two more former UFC competitors who are in the twilight of their respective careers.
read more

share

Related Posts


UFC 148: Patrick Cote Is the Fighter with Most to Gain

Martial Arts / MMA & UFC : Bleacher Report - MMA

UFC veteran Patrick Cote will be welcomed back into the UFC Octagon at UFC 148 when he faces Cung Le on the main card next Saturday. Even if he isn't near an immediate title fight, Cote has the most to gain during UFC 148 next Satur...

Patrick Cote eyes Amazon Forest Combat win over Gustavo Machado, UFC invite

Martial Arts / MMA & UFC : MMAjunkie

With three-straight octagon losses, Patrick Cote's 2010 release from the UFC was certainly no surprise. But the Canadian slugger has since put together a trio of wins on the regional scene and is eyeing a return to the sport's top p...

UFC 163 fight card: Tom Watson vs Thales Leites preview

Martial Arts / MMA & UFC : MMAmania

Two veteran middleweights will square off this Saturday night (Aug. 3, 2013) as Tom Watson takes on the returning Thales Leites on the UFC 163 main card in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. Watson is a former BAMMA middleweight champion. His ...

UFC 163 results recap: Thales Leites vs Tom Watson fight review and analysis

Martial Arts / MMA & UFC : MMAmania

Two middleweight veterans squared off last night (Aug. 3, 2013) as former UFC title challenger Thales Leites battled Tom Watson on the UFC 163 main card in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. Leites was returning to the Octagon after four years...

UFC Rio: Anderson Silva won't be bored fighting Yushin Okami in Brazil

Martial Arts / MMA & UFC : MMAmania

Or will he? It's certainly a pattern in the career of the UFC middleweight champion, who has a tendency to wait until he hits the Octagon to rebel when he's given a fight he doesn't care for. Ask Patrick Cote, Thales Leites and Demi...

Comments



Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC