Patrick Côté, born February 29, 1980 in Rimouski, Québec, Canada, is a Canadian mixed martial artist who fights as a Welterweight in the UFC, and has also fought at Light Heavyweight and Middleweight.
Côté is the former MFC Middleweight Champion, TKO Middleweight Champion, TKO Light Heavyweight Champion, and has also fought in King of the Cage.
Côté started his martial arts training in the Canadian Army, where he took up boxing and subsequently added kickboxing and wrestling to his repertoire. Côté served in the army until 2005, when he started training full-time.
Côté made his UFC debut in 2004 at UFC 50 against Tito Ortiz, for which he lost via unanimous decision; however, he impressed UFC officials by not being submitted or knocked out by Ortiz. Three months later, he earned his first win in the UFC at UFC 67, defeating TUF4 teammate Scott Smith by unanimous decision.
As of 2014, Côté has compiled a record of 6-7 in 13 appearances for the UFC organization.