Thursday, February 1, 2007


By Mike Russell

To Patrick Cote, his last appearance in the Octagon was the most disappointing performance of his career. After advancing to the season four finale of “The Ultimate Fighter – The Comeback,” the French-Canadian was submitted in the first round by Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt Travis Lutter (11-3), dropping his UFC record to an uninspiring 2-4.

“The Comeback” was a vehicle meant to give a select group of UFC veterans a second chance in the promotion, and Cote (10-4) moved past Jorge Rivera (14-6) and Edwin Dewees (35-11) during the reality series’ run on Spike TV. That momentum could not be sustained against Lutter, however.

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