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Shane Del Rosario looks for his first UFC win against new comer Guto Inocente

Written on October 05, 2013 by Hector

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Shane Del Rosario seeks his first octagon win against Guto Inocente

The heavyweight showdown between Shane Del Rosario and Guto Inocente is the newest addition to the yearend event of the UFC. The fight will be Del Rosario’s third fight in the octagon and Inocente’s debut.

The 30 year old Del Rosario who has yet to win in the octagon is coming off back to back losses since the merger of Strikeforce and UFC. He is stopped by Stipe Miocic in his octagon debut and was also knocked out by Pat Barry in his most recent outing. Prior to the Miocic loss, Shane has started his career with 11 straight wins via stoppages and 10 of those wins came from the first round.

Guto Inocente is the newest guy that will try to prevent Shane from getting his first win. The Brazilian fighter has amassed a record of 6 – 2 in his professional career with 5 of those 6 wins coming before the final bell. He is now on a four fight winning streak but has not fought since May of 2012.

The two heavyweights will lock horns in the cards of UFC 168: Silva vs. Weidman 2.

[Photos by mmacorner.com]

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UFC Heavyweight Fighter Pat Barry, Well Loved by Fans

Written on March 10, 2012 by Lulu

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Ultimate Fighting Championship heavyweight, Pat ‘HD’ Barry, shares his thoughts on why he is a fan favorite

Fan favorite, Ultimate Fighting Championship heavyweight, Pat ‘HD’ Barry will face former Strikeforce fighter Lavar Johnson, in the main card event of the UFC on Fox: Diaz vs. Miller bout this May 5, at the IZOD Center in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

In a recent interview with SiriusXM Fight Club, Barry tells why he has so many supporters:

“I think the difference… I’m still learning as I’m going, as I do this what I think that the people are…what I know they are gravitating towards more than anything else is that I’m straight flat honest. You know what I mean, I got no (grumbles) ‘I’ll kick you in the face,’ I’ve got none of the normal fighter lines and what not. I tell my everyday story and I think a lot of people are relating to that. That’s what they can do, they don’t look at me as sitting on top of a mountain at some level they can’t reach, like Hulk Hogan or the Rock. They can look right or left and I’m standing right there next to them and they can see that this is an everyday regular guy who has ups and downs ‘like I do’. If he can do it, I can do it too.”

It’s no surprise that Barry is well loved by his legions of fans because not only is he a great fighter, he is also a down to earth person with a great sense of humor.

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Stefan Struve vs Pat Barry, Set for UFC on Versus 6

Written on July 27, 2011 by Markham Mencken

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With a hug contrast in height and in fighting styles, Stefan Struve will meet Pat Barry at UFC on Versus 6

UFC’s tallest heavyweight fighter will face its shortest, as Stefan Struve is slated to meet Pat Barry at UFC on Versus 6 on October 1. Both fighters are coming off knockout losses, with Stefan Struve coming from Travis Browne at UFC 130 and Pat Barry from Cheick Kongo at UFC on Versus 4.

Set to take action in Washington, D.C., UFC on Versus 6 will feature a bantamweight tournament between Dominick Cruz and Demetrious Johnson. Also set for the said event are the following:

Charlie Brenneman vs Anthony Johnson
Matt Wiman vs Mac Danzig
Paul Sass vs Michael Johnson
Mike Easton vs Jeff Houghland

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Cheick Kongo Wins Over Pat Barry with a Stunning Victory

Written on June 27, 2011 by Lulu

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After hitting the mat two times, Cheick Kongo returned to his feet to finish Pat Barry with an uppercut at last Sunday's UFC Live 4.

The end of the bout between Pat Barry and Cheick Kongo in UFC Live 4’s main event on Sunday is one the most unpredictable endings in UFC history. After being the dominant fighter during their match, Pat Barry hits the floor – unconscious – as Cheick Kongo strikes him with a deadly uppercut.

Cheick Kongo received tremendous amount of brutal attacks from Pat Barry that causes him to hit the floor two times. Meanwhile, the latter almost knocked out his opponent with ground and pound. But Cheick Kongo regained his composure and hit Pat Barry with two enormous punches that knocks the latter unconscious. That punch from nowhere ended their match. Shocking almost everybody watching the UFC Live 4 tournament.

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Barry vs Beltran, Set for UFC Fight for the Troops Show

Written on November 05, 2010 by Markham Mencken

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A heavyweight bout with dynamite written all over it has been added to the Jan. 22 UFC Fight for the Troops 2, as Pat Barry makes his return to action against Joey Beltran.

A heavyweight bout is added to the UFC Fight for the Troops 2, as Pat Barry makes his comeback against Joey Beltran. There are no official statement yet as to whether their match will be part of the televised card. Still, the Barry vs Beltran match seems like a lock to make it to the main card.

Ready to place your bet on? Let us know in the comment.

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