Patrick Cote Bio, Relationship, Nationality, Instagram, Height, Age, Net Worth

Who is Patrick Cote?

Patrick Cote is a retired professional mixed martial artist from Canada. From 2002 through 2017, Côté fought professionally and was a finalist in season four of The Ultimate Fighter. In the UFC, he fought in 21 matches.

Patrick Cote: Bio, Age, Ethnicity, Siblings, Education

Patrick Cote was born on February 29th, 1980, in Rimouski, Quebec. He is 41 years old and currently a Canadian citizen. Another moniker for him is the Predator. The identity of his family members is maintained as a well-guarded secret. His parents’ and siblings’ names have remained a secret to this point.

He has, however, maintained that he was reared by a single mother in a horrible atmosphere. During his childhood, Cote remembers how many people assisted and supported his family.

Patrick Cote’s wife is Valerie Boissy. Valerie looks to be a private person with minimal information available about her. The couple’s two children, Raf and Auguste, were born to them. Cote enjoys boating. He appears to like spending time on his yacht in his spare time. Cote is a skilled boater as well. On his Instagram account, he has a highlight section dedicated to how he spends his time on the yacht.

Facts of Patrick Cote

Full Name: Patrick Cote
Age: 41 Years
Birthday: February 29
Birthplace:  Rimouski, Quebec, Canada
Nationality: Canadian
Gender: Male
Horoscope: 84 KG
Wife: Valerie Boissy
Net Worth:  $1.2 million
Height: 5.11 inches
Profession:  Retired mixed martial artist
Children: Auguste, Raf

Body Measurements: Height, Weight, Hair Color

Cote stands 5’11” tall (1.80 m). He, too, weighs roughly 77 kg (170 lbs). After accounting for his height and weight, his BMI is 23.7. Cote also has a 71-inch reach (180cm).

Patrick Cote: Net Worth 2022/2023, Salary, Earnings

Patrick Cote earned $9,25,000 in his UFC career. Cote’s UFC starting salary was $10,000, with a bonus of $10,000 if he won. After a 0-3 start to his UFC career, his contract was slashed to $5,000 for the fight and $5,000 for the win. On the other hand, his compensation contracts with a minor promotional agency have remained secret. Following his spectacular winning streak, his pay was eventually enhanced.

Cote’s annual earnings have been revealed by Sports Diary. On the other hand, his remuneration has only been reported since 2010. He was paid $42,000 in 2010 and $62,000 the following year. In 2013, he earned $50,000, and in 2014, he earned $91,000.

In 2015, Cote’s earnings in the UFC peaked. He earned $2,077,000 in 2015. However, he only made $1,64,000 in 2016, a considerable drop from the previous year. Cote got various sponsorships and endorsement deals throughout his fighting career. Another round clothing manufacturer, Hayabusa, was one of his sponsors. He also made money as a UFC fighter and as a Reebok athlete. He was also a part of the Brazilian Top Team during his MMA career.

After leaving the UFC, Cote has continued to make a nice life. He is the current proprietor of the sports complex center xpn. Currently, he works as a UFC analyst and commentator. On the other side, his earnings are unknown. (Valium) Cote has a $1.2 million net worth.

Patrick Cote
Caption Patrick Cote Retired mixed martial artist ( Source: Pinterest)

Professional Life and Career

  • Côté made his UFC debut on October 22, 2004, against Tito Ortiz at UFC 50. Côté accepted the fight with barely four days’ notice after Lion’s Den veteran Guy Mezger withdrew from the main event due to injury.
  • He informed Ortiz before the bout that if he thought Chuck Liddell hit hard, he would hit harder.
    Côté was unanimously defeated by Ortiz, but he pleased UFC officials by not being submitted or knocked out, and by exhibiting toughness and willingness to fight on short notice.
    Côté returned to the octagon in 2005, however in his next two fights, he was defeated by Joe Doerksen and Chris Leben. In 2006, Côté competed on The Ultimate Fighter:
  • The Comeback, where he defeated Jorge Rivera and Edwin Dewees in demonstration matches.
  • At The Ultimate Fighter 4 Finale, he was defeated by Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu fighter Travis Lutter by first-round submission in a non-exhibition encounter. As a result of this loss, Côté’s official UFC record is officially 0–4.
  • Three months later, at UFC 67, Côté won his first UFC fight by unanimous decision over TUF4 teammate Scott Smith.
  • He defeated TUF3 winner Kendall Grove in the opening round of UFC 74 in August 2007. Côté then faced Drew McFedries at UFC Fight Night, where he won by TKO in the first round after catching McFedries with a counter strike.
  • Côté defeated Ricardo Almeida in a split decision at UFC 86, earning him a title chance in the process.
  • Côté faced UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva on October 25, 2008, at UFC 90, the first UFC event in Illinois.
    Silva dominated the first two rounds, but Côté showed his tenacity by taking a roundhouse kick and a flying knee right on the button without being rocked in the first round.
  • In the third round, Côté’s movement within the octagon put too much pressure on the rear of his right leg, leading him to collapse to the mat gripping his right knee in anguish.
    Referee Herb Dean stopped the bout after Côté was unable to continue, and Silva was awarded the winner by TKO. In contrast, Côté became Silva’s first UFC opponent to make it past the second round.
  • While on medical leave for his surgically repaired knee, Patrick told MMA Mania on January 25, 2009 that if he gets a rematch with Anderson Silva, he is convinced he will win.
  • He also claimed in a July 2009 interview with Rogers Sportsnet’s MMA Connected television program that he would like to face Michael Bisping if he lost to Dan Henderson.
    Côté made his comeback from an injury that had kept him out for nearly a year and a half at UFC 113. Côté was submitted via rear-naked choke after being pounded on the head by Alan Belcher in the second round.
  • After the loss, Côté claimed he was improperly spiked onto the mat, but the referee decided that he had landed on his face, not his head.

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