Who is Patrick Cote Wife? Bio, Net Worth 2022, Age, Birthday, Height

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

Patrick Cote is a professional mixed martial artist from Canada who is now retired. Côté was a professional fighter from 2002 to 2017 and was a finalist on season four of The Ultimate Fighter. He competed in 21 fights in the UFC.

Early Life of Patrick Cote

Patrick Cote was born in Rimouski, Quebec on February 29th, 1980. He is 41 years old and a Canadian citizen at the moment. The Predator is another nickname for him.

His family members’ identities are kept a closely guarded secret. So far, his parents’ and siblings’ names have remained a mystery.

He has, however, stated that he was raised in a bad environment by a single mother. Cote also mentions how many people helped and supported his family during his childhood.

Who is Patrick Cote Wife?

Valerie Boissy is Patrick Cote’s wife. Valerie appears to be a private individual, and little information about her is available. Raf and Auguste, the couple’s two children, were born to them. Cote is an avid boater.

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Caption: Patrick Cote, with his wife Valerie Boissy (Photo: Instagram)

He appears to enjoy spending his free time on his boat. Cote is also an accomplished boater. He has a highlight section on his Instagram account dedicated to how he spends his time on the boat.

What is the Height of Patrick Cote?

Cote’s height is 5’11“. (1.80 m). He, too, is around 77 kilograms (170 lbs). His BMI is 23.7 after taking into account his given height and weight. Cote has a 71-inch reach as well (180cm).

What is the Estimated Net Worth of Patrick Cote?

In his UFC career, Patrick Cote earned $9,25,000. Cote’s initial UFC salary was $10,000, with an additional $10,000 for a victory. His contract was reduced to $5,000 for the fight and $5,000 for the win after he started his UFC career with a 0-3 record.

His salary contracts with a small promotional firm, on the other hand, have remained undisclosed. His pay was eventually increased following his impressive winning streak.

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Caption: Patrick Cote, Retired mixed martial artist (Photo: Instagram)

The annual earnings of Cote have been published by Sports Diary. His pay, on the other hand, has only been documented since 2010. In 2010, he was paid $42,000, and in 2012, he was paid $62,000. Similarly, he made $50,000 in 2013 and $91,000 in 2014.

Cote’s earnings in the UFC peaked in 2015. In 2015, he made $2,077,000. In 2016, however, he earned $1,64,000, a significant decrease from the previous year. Throughout his fighting career, Cote received numerous sponsorships and endorsement deals.

Hayabusa, another round clothing company, was among his sponsors. He also made money as a UFC fighter and earned money from Reebok. In addition, during his MMA career, he was a member of the Brazilian Top Team.

Cote continues to make a good living after retiring from the UFC. He is the current owner of center xpn, a sports complex. He’s also a UFC analyst and commentator at the moment. His earnings, on the other hand, are unknown. Cote has a net worth of $1.2 million.

Patrick Cote’s Career Line

  • On October 22, 2004, against Tito Ortiz, Côté made his UFC debut at UFC 50. When Lion’s Den veteran Guy Mezger withdrew from the main event due to injury, Côté accepted the fight with only four days’ notice.
  • Before the fight, he told Ortiz that he would hit harder if he thought Chuck Liddell hit hard.
  • Côté was defeated by Ortiz in a unanimous decision, but he impressed UFC officials by not being submitted or knocked out, and by demonstrating toughness and willingness to fight on short notice.
  • In 2005, Côté returned to the octagon, but he was defeated by Joe Doerksen and Chris Leben in his next two fights. Côté appeared on The Ultimate Fighter: The Comeback in 2006, where he won exhibition matches against Jorge Rivera and Edwin Dewees.
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    Caption: Patrick Cote, Retired mixed martial artist (photo:
  • In a non-exhibition match, he lost to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu fighter Travis Lutter by first-round submission at The Ultimate Fighter 4 Finale. Côté’s official UFC record now stands at 0–4 as a result of this defeat.
  • Côté won his first UFC fight three months later, at UFC 67, by unanimous decision over TUF4 teammate Scott Smith.
  • In August 2007, he won UFC 74 by TKO in the first round, defeating TUF3 winner Kendall Grove. Following that, Côté fought Drew McFedries at UFC Fight Night, winning by TKO in the first round after catching McFedries with a counter punch.
  •  Côté won his fourth UFC fight by a split decision over Ricardo Almeida at UFC 86, earning him a title shot in the process.
  • On October 25, 2008, at UFC 90, the first UFC event in Illinois, Côté faced UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva.
  • Silva won the first two rounds, but Côté demonstrated his toughness in the first round by taking a roundhouse kick and a flying knee right on the button without being rocked.
  • Côté’s movement inside the octagon put too much pressure on the back of his right leg, causing him to fall to the mat clutching his right knee in pain in the third round.
  • When Côté was unable to continue, referee Herb Dean stopped the fight and declared Silva the winner by TKO. Côté, on the other hand, became Silva’s first UFC opponent to advance past the second round.
  • Patrick said in an interview with MMA Mania on January 25, 2009, while on medical leave for his surgically repaired knee, that if he gets a rematch with Anderson Silva, he is confident he will win.
  •  In a July 2009 interview with Rogers Sportsnet’s MMA Connected television program, he also stated that if Michael Bisping lost to Dan Henderson, he would like to fight him.
  • At UFC 113, Côté made his comeback from an injury that had sidelined him for nearly a year and a half. After being slammed on the head by Alan Belcher in the second round, Côté was submitted via rear-naked choke.
  •  Côté claimed that he had been illegally spiked onto the canvas after the loss, but the referee ruled that Côté had landed on his face, not his head.