Report: UFC fighter Pat Barry goes on a naked rampage!

Word coming out of Vegas is that UFC fighter Pat Barry has “blown a gasket”. He has reportedly been running around the city kicking the snot out of innocent pedestrians. In the photo above, you can see Pat threatening a helpless street entertainer for not doing a good job playing a Michael Jackson medley on his accordion. Moments later Pat attacked this Mexican street performer with a vicious display of a GSP-esq superman punch followed by some brutal ground and pound!

Here is a picture of the aftermath…

Not only did he kick the shit out of the poor guy, he stole his hat and his accordian as well!!

As if that weren’t enough, he was later seen attacking a pair of Elvis impersonators…Here is the before picture…

I would post the after picture, but it was just to gross. Two bloody Elvis impersonators laying in a pool of their own blood and feces.  Oh the humanity of it all!!

Pat was last seen trying to sleep it off on the street beside some dude he met…

Moments after this picture was taken, he threw that guy off that overpass and kicked the shit out of the dude with the camera!

If you see Pat Barry in your area, do not attempt to restrain him yourself. He is a world class UFC fighter and will probably kick your ass. So just run!

 

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Pat Barry Happy to Face Carwin, Hunt, Struve or Whoever the UFC Sees Fit

By Damon Martin

Coming off a win over Joey Beltran in January, striker extraordinaire Pat Barry is ready to step back into the Octagon and he’s just waiting on a call from UFC matchmaker Joe Silva.

There are a few interesting match-ups on Barry’s mind that would make sense and would be fun fights for the former K-1 kickboxer.

While by no means is Barry calling anyone out, he does admit that a fight with 6’11″ Dutch fighter Stefan Struve would be interesting. Especially since he stands at 5’11″.

“Personally, I think it would be cool to fight Stefan Struve. The tallest heavyweight versus the shortest heavyweight. I think that would be cool,” Barry said recently.

Barry has never been a fighter known to call any other fighter out, and instead opting to go with the philosophy of facing whoever the UFC puts in front of him. A fight against Struve is no different, but it would test his flexibility for sure.

Do I really want to fight him? Naw, I just think I can high kick him,” Barry said about a potential match-up with Struve.

 

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Pat “HD” Barry Responds To Joey Beltran’s Claim Of Victory And The Personal Significance Of Fighting For The Troops

By Pedro Carrasco

After my interview with Joey Beltran (if you missed it click here), where “The Mexicutioner” shared with us that he thought he beat Barry in their “Fight for the Troops 2” main card bout. Pat Barry reached out to me, wanting to share his side of the story and let our readers know some key points about some of the items brought up following his fight.

He started off with his analysis of the fight and how he saw it taking place.

“A win always means a lot. Also, finding out that I can do 15 minutes because I’ve never fought that long before was a big victory, you know? Being able to prevent going to the ground, being able to wrestle–to counter-wrestle…his wrestling–his offensive wrestling against the cage was great.

To stick to the game plan that I came into the fight in mind with was great…even when it seemed like things were going wrong, to be able to stay disciplined enough to stick to the game plan is an accomplishment for myself.

The first round started off kind of slow. We both had game plans. Joey Beltran didn’t want to stand in the center of the octagon with me where I was statistically the better fighter, and I didn’t want to be against the cage with him, where he is statistically the better fighter. The chances of me winning in the center were a lot higher, the chances of him winning against the cage were a lot higher.

I didn’t want to go to him, and he didn’t want to come to me. That’s how the fight went. The first round started, we touched gloves. (Joey Beltran) always walks straight at people. Joey Beltran touched my gloves and walked backwards. That was a big shock. I was ready–as soon as we touch gloves, we’re going to start swinging. We touch gloves and he steps backwards. He didn’t come into my trap, he didn’t come into my zone, and he didn’t come into my world. He walked backwards. So I had to go to him.

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UFC Fight for the Troops 2 – Quick Results

Fight of the night goes to Yves Edwards vs Cody McKenzie, KO of the night goes to Melvin Guillard and  submission of the night goes to  Yves Edwards. They all win 30k!!

UFC Fight for the Troops 2 – Quick Results

Main Card
Melvin Guillard def Evan Dunham via TKO 2:58 Rd1
Matt Mitrione def Tim Hague via TKO 2:59 Rd1
Mark Hominick def George Roop via TKO 1:28 Rd1
Patrick Barry def Joey Beltran via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28×2)
Matt Wiman def Cole Miller via unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27×2)

Facebook Prelims
Yves Edwards def Cody McKenzie via submission (rear naked choke) 4:33 Rd 2
DaMarques Johnson def Michael Guymon via submission (Body Triangle) 3:22 Rd 1
Rani Yahya def Mike Thomas Brown via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28×2)
Waylon Lowe def Willamy “Chiquerim” Freire via unanimous decision (29-28×3)

Non-Televised Prelims
Charlie Brenneman def Amilcar Alves via unanimous decision (30-27×3)
Chris Cariason def  Will Campuzano via unanimous decision (29-28×3)

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UFC: Fight For The Troops 2 Weigh In Results

Main card:
Evan Dunham (156) vs. Melvin Guillard (155)
Tim Hague (256.5) vs. Matt Mitrione (260)
Mark Hominick (145.5) vs. George Roop (145)
Pat Barry (240) vs. Joey Beltran (230)
Cole Miller (155.5) vs. Matt Wiman (155)

On Facebook:
Yves Edwards (155) vs. Cody McKenzie (155)
Mike Guymon (170.5) vs. DaMarques Johnson (170)

Preliminary card:
Mike Brown (146) vs. Rani Yahya (145)
Willamy “Chiquerim” Freire (155) vs. Waylon Lowe (156)
Amilcar Alves (171) vs. Charlie Brenneman (171)
Chris Cariaso (135) vs. Will Campuzano (135)

 

Pat Barry on UFC Fight for the Troops 2 opponent Joey Beltran, Duke Roufus, Anthony Pettis, Brock Lesnar and more

By: Jamie Penick

UFC heavyweight Pat Barry is set to return to action next Saturday on Spike TV, as he takes on Joey Beltran at UFC Fight for the Troops 2. The bout is his first since a submission loss to a former idol in Mirko Cro Cop at UFC 115 in June, a bout in which he broke his hand and foot early in the fight. Now healed and fully recovered, Barry took some time out of his training this week to talk to MMATorch Editor Jamie Penick, about the fight with Barry, Duke Roufus, Anthony Pettis and more.

JAMIE PENICK: Pat, you’re taking on Joey Beltran at UFC Fight for the Troops 2 in Fort Hood, Texas next week; how have you been preparing for this fight and how is training coming along a week out from the event?

PAT BARRY: Nothing in particular, just like always a lot of wrestling, a lot of jiu jitsu, a lot of cardiovascular conditioning and strength training. I’m just going into a fight making sure I’m a thousand percent ready for the deadliest man on earth to stand right across from me, that’s my best way to be prepared per match, no matter who it is. Of course, we’ve got a gameplan for Joey Beltran and what we feel his style is like and what his abilities are, but I’m at the maximum [of being] ready.

 

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Pat Barry Willing to Break Hands and Feet

by Erik Fontanez

Pat Barry is getting ready to fight a zombie. Well, not exactly. Actually, he’s stepping up to fight Joey Beltran at UFC Fight for the Troops 2 on Jan. 22. Barry spoke recently with MMA Weekly Radio and used the undead analogy when talking about Beltran, describing his opponent as one that walks forward like the fictional characters from the classic horror films.

“He’s a living zombie,” Barry said. “Everything you throw is going to land on him, but he’s going to constantly walk forward and, eventually, you’re going to get too tired of hitting him in the face. And then, he’s going to catch you. Just like any movie zombie. Not the 2008, ’09 and ’10 zombies that run really fast, but the traditional Night of the Living Dead zombies that crawl towards you really slow. Yeah, he’s like those.”

 

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