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preview Legacy FC 26 live in San Antonio.
UFC middleweight title contender Patrick Cote
began his post-Octagon campaign with a unanimous decision win over
Starnes at Saturday’s Ringside
MMA 10. Before a hometown crowd of approximately 3,500 at
Montreal’s Bell Centre, the 31-year-old “Predator” survived an
early scare on the ground to outstrike Starnes in the final two
periods and earn a trio of 29-28 scorecards. Cote was released by
the UFC in October and had not won a bout since defeating Ricardo
Almeida at UFC
86 in July 2008.
Fighting on less than one month’s notice, “Polish Pistola” Seth
Baczynski claimed the Ringside
interim welterweight title by punching out local favorite Alex Garcia
at 2:44 of the second round. The previously unbeaten Garcia was
slated to meet welterweight champ Chris
Clements before Clements was sidelined with an ankle injury in
early March. A contestant on the eleventh season of “The Ultimate
Fighter,” Baczynski has notched back-to-back knockout wins since
losing to Brad
Tavares at the
“TUF 11” finale in June 2010.