After a 12-fight UFC career, heavyweight Pat Barry announced on Tuesday that he’s retiring from mixed martial arts.
Barry's colorful personality and brawling style made him a fan favorite in the UFC, despite a 5-7 record in the promotion.
Veteran UFC heavyweight Pat Barry’s days as an MMA fighter appear to be over, at least for now.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC Tagged: Pat Barry
Soa Palelei made short work of Pat Barry earning a first-round knockout at UFC Fight Night 33 in Brisbane, Australia, on Friday night.
BRISBANE, Australia – Soa Palelei didn’t wait around to find out whether he could hang with Pat Barry on the feet. Instead the Australian fighter parlayed an early takedown into a knockout w...
UFC Fight Night 33 Live Results Home Page Pat Barry vs. Soa Palelei Round 1: UFC Fight Night 33 Live Results Home Page
BRISBANE, Australia – Pat Barry didn’t want to fly to Australia for UFC Fight Night 33. But he did made trip to Brisbane, and it wasn’t so bad, after all. The only thing, he joke...
Barry Meyer, founder and longtime president of Tuff-N-Uff, will be named Chairman Emeritus during the Nov. 29 fight card, which will place at the Orleans Casino in Las Vegas.
The Las Vegas-based Tuff-N-Uff organization this month will conduct its first event since the passing of founder Barry Meyer, and the promotion is set to honor his memory with a special memo...
UFC heavyweight Shawn Jordan takes on Gabriel Gonzaga at UFC 166 on Oct. 19 in Houston. Watch his knockout of Pat Barry in his last outing at UFC 161.
The mixed martial arts world on Tuesday was saddened by the sudden passing of Tuff-N-Uff president Barry Meyer.
Mixed martial arts today lost one of its finest representatives as Tuff-N-Uff President Barry Meyer passed away.
The UFC recently announced UFC Fight Night 33 for Brisbane, Australia, on Dec. 7. The latest addition is a fight between heavyweights Soa Palelei and Pat Barry.
A heavyweight matchup between Pat Barry and Soa Palelei has been added to December's UFC Fight Night 33 in Brisbane, Australia.
Ex-champ Rashad Evans rebounded in a big way at UFC 161, but he'll need medical clearance before he resumes his comeback.