|Date of Birth||February 29, 1980|
|Birth Place||Rimouski, Quebec, Canada|
|Nick Name||The Predator|
|Height||5’11” (1.80 m)|
|Weight||77 kgs (170 lbs)|
|Body Mass Index (BMI)||23.7|
|Reach||71 inches (180 cm)|
|Marital Status||Married (Valerie Boissy)|
|Children||Auguste (daughter), Raf (son)|
|Profession||Retired mixed martial artist (MMA)|
|Category||Welterweight (2012-17), Middle Weight (2005-12), Light Heavyweight (2002-05)|
|Ranking||Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (Black belt), Judo (Black belt)|
|Awards and achievement||MFC Middleweight Championship (1 time)|
|Team||Brazilian Top Team Canada|
|UFC debut||October 22, 2004|
|MMA record||23-11-0 (Wins- Loss- No Contest)|
|Association||Ultimate Fighting Championship|
|Net worth||$1.2 million (estimated)|
|Social media||Instagram, Twitter|
|Merch||MMA Gloves, MMA Punching Bag|
|Last Update||August, 2022|
Canadian professional mixed martial artist Patrick Cote has been retired for 40 years. He is also widely known for his UFC battles.
Cote participated in the welterweight, middleweight, and light heavyweight weight classes. In his MMA career as a whole, Cote has a record of 23 victories and 11 defeats.
After retiring, he is currently maintaining a demanding professional schedule in addition to a fulfilling family life. He works as a social worker, speaker, and UFC analyst.
He also runs a sports complex where he works as an MMA trainer.
Before making the switch to MMA, Cote also served in the army. In the same way, he enjoys boating in his spare time.
Cildhood And Family
On February 29, 1980, Patrick Cote was born in Rimouski, Quebec. He is currently 42 years old and a citizen of Canada. He also goes by the moniker The Predator.
Information about his family members is kept private. His siblings’ and parents’ names are still unknown.
But he has stated that he was reared in a difficult household by a single mother. Cote goes on to say that throughout his upbringing, a lot of people assisted and supported his family.
Cote enlisted in the Canadian army in 1999 when he was 19 years old.
His regiment was the Royal 22nd. He picked up judo, MMA, and boxing skills while serving in the military.
Similarly, while being in the service, he also competed in amateur and professional fights.
Later, in 2002, he was sent on the expedition to Bosnia. Cote was given the responsibility of operating an armed vehicle to aid the community and restore the country. The mission experience, according to Cote, is what made him who he is today.
Cote left the military in 2004 to pursue a career in competitive sport. He doesn’t regret his experience in the army, but MMA is more to his liking.
What is te Physical Measurement of Patrick Cote?
Cote is a former mixed martial artist, but he still maintains a flawless physique. The same is true of his present body and his previous one.
It can also be as a result of his current MMA training commitments. He works as a physical trainer at the Centrexpn gym right now.
Cote regularly exercises at the gym in addition to training. Along with exercising, Cote also pays attention to his nutrition and controls it well.
The best way to achieve, in Cote’s opinion, is to follow a strict diet and training regimen. He might still have that athletic build as a result.
Cote is 5 feet 11 inches tall (1.80 m). He also weighs about 77kg (170 lbs).
His BMI is 23.7 when his height and weight are calculated. Additionally, Cote has a 71-inch reach (180cm).
How did he start his career?
Cote made his UFC debut at UFC 50 on October 22 against Tito Ortiz. Cote talks about his first insane encounter when he met his idol from boyhood.
He had a perfect 5-0 record in his MMA career up until that point. But Cote was defeated by a unanimous decision in the third round.
Officials from the UFC were encouraged by Cote’s tenacity and willingness when he agreed to the fight on short notice.
Later, in 2005, he made a second UFC appearance, when he dropped both of his fights.
The Ultimate Fighter: The Comeback
Cote participated in The Ultimate Fighter: The Comeback’s fourth season in 2006.
He also won the exhibition match against Edwin Dewees and Jorge Riveria to advance to the season’s finale.
But in the grand finale, he was defeated by Travis Lutter in the opening round.
First Win & Title Shot
Cote won his first-ever UFC bout at UFC 67 on February 3, 2007. In the third round, he won by a unanimous decision over Scott Smith.
Later, he won a knockout of the night award in a bout against Kendall Grove and Dre McFreddies.
At UFC 86, he defeated Ricardo Almeida to make it four straight victories. He later received a shot at the crown.
Patrick Cote vs. Anderson Silva
At UFC 90 on October 25, 2008, Cote competed against middleweight champion Anderson Silva. Despite Anderson winning the opening two rounds, Cote was challenging him.
He did, however, sustain damage to the back of his right leg. As a result of Cote’s inability to continue fighting, referee Dean awarded Anderson the victory through TKO.
Cote became the first UFC competitor to compete against Anderson through the third round.
He also says that every opponent he has met before had already lost the fight before it ever began. He was not afraid to fight him though.
Cote underwent surgery to fix his knee later. He was away for 1.5 years as a result.
But soon after his return, he started losing fights in a row. So, following his 4-7 record, UFC dropped him.
On January 18, 2011, Cote left the UFC and joined Montreal’s Ringside MMA. In the promotion, he prevailed in every fight.
Similar to this, Cote eliminated Gustavo Machado, Todd Brown, Kabob Starnes, and Crafton Wallace before quitting.
Return to UFC
He returned to the UFC on July 7, 2012, to compete against Cung Le at UFC 148. He won a unanimous decision over Le.
Cote competed in his first welterweight match on March 16, 2013. Bobby Voelker was defeated by him in a unanimous decision.
Cote started working as a coach for Canada vs. Australia: The Ultimate Fighter Nations on June 14. He claims that being a coach is ten times harder than competing.
Later, on April 16, 2014, he competed against the opposing side team’s coach, Kyle Noke. Noke was beaten by Cote in a consensus vote.
Time travel to August 23, 2015, when Cote competed in UFC Fight Night 74 against Josh Burkman. Later, he made history by becoming the first boxer to TKO Burkman.
Additionally, both competitors received the Fight of the Night award. Then, on January 17, 2016, Cote stopped Ben Saunders in the second round via TKO. His triumph was the final one in MMA.
He did, however, drop his most recent two contests to Donald Cerrone and Thiago Alves. After losing to Alves at UFC 210, Cote then announced his retirement on April 8, 2017.
What is the Relationship status of Patrick Cote?
Valerie Boissy and Patrick Cote are wed. Since Valerie seems to be a private person, hardly much is known about her. Raf, the couple’s daughter, and Auguste, their son, are their only children.
Cote loves boats. He seemed to like taking his boat out for leisurely trips. Cote is also proficient at operating a boat.
He has a highlight segment on how he uses his boating time on Instagram.
Cote appears to be leading a busy life now that he is retired. First of all, he is a French analyst and commentator for UFC.
Similarly, he launched the boxing and mixed martial arts podcast “Dans la cage” in France in 2019.
Cote has been delivering motivational talks in businesses, organizations, and sports teams for the past two years. Additionally, he is the author of the book “Everything is Possible.”
Cote is also active in charitable projects that benefit society. Cote represents Tel-Jeunes, Maison Le Phare, as an ambassador.
He also serves as a spokesperson for the Breakfast Club and Canada’s Injured Veterans.
In addition, Cote has a documentary out called LE COMBATTANT: Patrick Cote. Cote performs the part of himself. His career and even his personal life are featured in the documentary.
How was the Networth Value of Patrick Cote?
Patrick Cote’s UFC career brought in $9,25,000.
Cote received a $10,000 starting salary and an additional $10,000 for a victory when he first entered the UFC.
However, because of his 0-3 record to begin his UFC career, his contract was reduced to $5,000 for the fight and $5,000 for the victory.
His wage agreements with a minor promotional company, however, remain secret. He finally received an increase in compensation following his amazing winning run.
Sports Diary has made public the total amount of Cote earned annually. But only since 2010 has his income been documented. He earned $42,000 in 2010, and then $62,000 in 2012.
In the same way, he made $50,000 in 2013 but $91,000 in 2014.
Cote earned the most money during his UFC career in 2015. 2015 brought in $207,00 for him. But his income fell to $164,000 in 2016.
Throughout his fighting career, Cote had numerous sponsorship and endorsement agreements. One more circular apparel company, Hayabusa, was among his sponsors.
In addition to that, he earned money from Reebok as a UFC competitor. In his MMA career, he also represented Brazilian Top Team.
Cote is still prosperous even after leaving the UFC. He currently is the owner of the Center XPN sports complex.
He currently serves as a UFC analyst and commentator as well. His earnings, however, are not known. Cote has an estimated net worth of $1.2 million.
On his social media, Cote is active. He currently has accounts on Twitter and Instagram. Additionally, he has 31k followers on Instagram and 31.7k followers on Twitter.
Cote also seems like a family man. He frequently posts images and videos of his wife and kids.
Patrick maintains a website called Patrick Cote in addition to his social media accounts.
Additionally, his website is a useful resource for learning more about his life.
Cote has also updated his website with information about his past, future aspirations, and images.