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PAT BARRY RUMORS & GOSSIP

TUF 20: Finally! “Thug” Rose Namajunas

As the number seven ranked fighter in the house, Rose Namajunas is many fans favorite to win TUF 20. Those fans have been anxiously awaiting her first fight this season. No one was more anxious for her to fight than Namajunas herself. You can see the passion she has for the sport when she is training and fighting. She pours herself into it and it is that burning passion that has...
Via Fight Booth
November 06, 2014  |  Discuss

TUF 20: Rose Namajunas puts it all on the line

What more could we say about ‘Thug’ Rose Namajunas. She’s as explosive as she is charming. Her relationship with former UFC heavyweight Pat Barry is that of the high-profile variety in MMA circles, and it’s one that both fighters celebrate publicly. When it comes to picking a winner of TUF 20, you’d be hard pressed to leave Namajunas out of the conversation. The 22-year...
Via Fight Booth
September 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Be impressed by Pat Barry’s jungle gym agility drill in flip flops

Ah, Pat Barry. It’s good to know you’re still lucid enough to make me giggle at the least expected times. Furthermore, you’re kind of blowing me away with your impressive jungle gym maneuvering skills. Such balance, very dextrous. I wasn’t sure what to expect out of this Vine, then I was impressed (I’m not athletic, but I can punch fairly hard and have a good arm triangle...
Via Fight Hub TV
May 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Brock Lesnar Begs Dana White to Make Pat Barry Retire

Brock Lesnar doesn’t have many friends in this world, and the former UFC heavyweight champion couldn’t care less about that, but one man he does care about is Pat Barry (pictured). The two must have created quite the bond during their time together at Death Clutch, an MMA team that is no longer in business. According to UFC president Dana White, Lesnar recently reached out to...
Via 5thRound.com
May 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Why Pat Barry Should Not Retire

On Saturday night, Pat Barry made his return to kickboxing at Glory 16 against another hard-hitting heavyweight Zack Mwekassa. It was a short brutal fight that ended with a vicious uppercut that laid Barry out. It was not easy for many to watch and it led to many of them calling for him to retire after the fight. The answer to whether or not he should retire can only come from him...
Via Fight Booth
May 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Pat Barry Suffers Knockout Loss In Glory Debut

Pat Barry’s hopes of rekindling his kickboxing career suffered a massive blow last night when he was knocked out by Zack Mwekassa in his Glory debut. Mwekassa, a former professional boxer renowned for his punching power, took just 2.33mins to stop Barry, catching him with a devastating uppercut that felled the former UFC fighter like a tree. Barry had been wobbled before that with...
Via Fight Of The Night
May 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Watch Pat Barry Get Back To Winning Ways In Kickboxing Bout

Former UFC heavyweight fighter Pat Barry has returned to his kickboxing roots and earned himself a knockout victory at the weekend. Combat Sports Challenge 39 in Virginia may be a million miles away from the glamor of the UFC, but nonetheless there was still a fight to be won, and Barry did so in style, rocking his opponent Ed Burris with a powerful right hand against the ropes,...
Via Fight Of The Night
March 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Pat Barry Returning To Kickboxing, Signs With GLORY

As we predicted, former UFC heavyweight competitor Pat Barry will return to his roots after signing with kickboxing promotion GLORY. Barry announced the news on a recent episode of the MMA Hour.Barry, who holds a professional kickboxing record of 18-6-1, with 9 KO’s, is set to debut for GLORY in May, with Denver a rumored location for the event. No opponent has been announced...
Via MMAInsider
February 04, 2014  |  Discuss

UFC Heavyweight Shane Del Rosario Passes Away At The Age Of 30

The UFC announced a few hours ago that heavyweight Shane Del Rosario has passed away after suffering a heart attack about two weeks ago on November 26th. Del Rosario’s management team announced shortly after the incident that he may have had an uncommon heart condition called Long QT Syndrome, which is undetectable until something happens. Before Del Rosario entered MMA, he got...
Via Between The Ropes
December 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Soa Palelei crushes Pat Barry in first-round knockout

After making his UFC return with a much criticized performance, Soa Palelei can bask in the rays of celebration after his second effort. Utilizing the ground and pound style that has marked most of his wins, Palelei smashed Pat Barry, earning a first-round knockout at UFC Fight Night: Hunt vs. Bigfoot. The end came in just 2:09. Palelei scored a takedown just one minute into the...
Via Fox Sports
December 06, 2013  |  Discuss
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