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Put that fork away, he's not done just yet. Despite a brutal knockout loss against Zack Mwekassa earlier this year on Spike TV (GIF), former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight Pat Barry is continuing on with his kickboxing career, and is now set for a Jan. 16, 2015 showdown opposite Demoreo Dennis. But not for GLORY. Instead, "HD" will lace 'em up for Legacy Fighting Championship's first-ever kickboxing event inside the Bayou Music Center in Houston, Texas, according to Sherdog.com read news >>

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Former UFC heavyweight Pat Barry has officially signed with ASX TV’s Legacy FC, and is expected to make his kickboxing debut for the promotion in January. It appears as though Pat Barry is not considering retirement following his recent skid in both MMA and kickboxing over the past year. In fact, the former UFC heavyweight is scheduled to take part in the Legacy Fighting Championship's new kickboxing card in January, according to promoter Mick Maynard. "We came to a verbal agreement with Pat Bar read news >>

  • 9 days ago
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Former UFC fighter and veteran kickboxer Pat Barry has agreed to fight at the debut event for Legacy FC’s new kickboxing division.Filed under: AXS TV Fights, News, UFC read news >>

  • 10 days ago
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The lineup for Legacy Fighting Championship’s first-ever kickboxing event continues to grow, as the promotion recently announced that UFC veteran Pat Barry will square off with Demoreo Dennis on Jan. 16. read news >>

  • 10 days ago
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Legacy Fighting Championship is now promoting kickboxing cards, and a UFC veteran is scheduled to compete inside the ring. Pat Barry, who returned to the kickboxing earlier this year for the first time since 2007, has agreed to take on Demoreo Dennis on Jan. 16. The card takes place at Bayou Music Center in Houston, and airs live on AXS TV. "We came to a verbal agreement with Pat Barry to fight for us on the Jan. 16th Legacy Kickboxing event," Legacy FC promoter Mick Maynard told MMAFighting.com read news >>

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Tim Kennedy may not be 100% in line with Mark Bocek's steroid stance, but he agrees that they're a major problem. Tim Kennedy hasn't been a shrinking violet when it comes to his stance on steroid use in MMA (or really anything else, for that matter). Last year, when asked about problems in MMA, steroid users were at the top of his list. "...not only is it an embarrassment for them and for the sport. It's a direct slap in the face to every martial artist on the planet that's ever been before us o read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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Iconici TV MMA host Laura Kelley caught up with with former UFC fighter and current American kickboxer, Pat Barry at The Grudge Training Center in Arvada, Colorado. read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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Stefan Struve is about to return to the Octagon at UFC 175 to fight Matt Mitrione after spending the past year dealing with heart trouble. But first, check out his Submission of the Week victory over Pat Barry. read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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Iconici TV MMA host Laura Kelly caught up with with former UFC fighter and current American kickboxer, Pat Barry at The Grudge Training Center.

In a candid interview, Pat revealed what he has been up to along with getting Rose Namajunas prepared for The Ultimate Fighter Season 20 What he is working on personally, along with the classes that he is teaching at The Grudge Training Center.

See how Pat predicts the 2 ways that Rose will react in the TUF house and much more. read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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Check out the out some the out takes from the upcoming Interview with Pat Barry at Grudge Training Center along with Iconici Tv MMA host Laura Kelley. Find out who video bombs his interview.
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  • 3 months ago
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Jeff and Barry Meyer grew up in one of the nice parts of Chicago, where money begat nice shopping malls and nice schools and nice kids wearing nice clothes. They were karate kids. Most athletically inclined kids find themselves involved in football or basketball or baseball, the most American of American sports. For the Meyer brothers, however, there wasn't much interest in standard sports. They were drawn to the martial arts, and martial arts participation in the 1980s meant one thing: karate. read news >>

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