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Longest serving Canadian UFC fighter doesn’t appear in new EA Sports UFC 2 video game

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You can play deceased martial arts legend Bruce Lee, a boxer who never tried mixed martial arts (MMA) in Mike Tyson, and even guys who never once appeared in a UFC fight like Kazushi Sakuraba.

You can even play with WWE wrestler CM Punk, who despite signing with the company in 2014, has yet to make his MMA debut.

But if you want to play with Canada’s Patrick Cote in the new EA UFC 2 video game you might just be out of luck.

The welterweight veteran tweeted his displeasure hours ago upon looking at the current roster for the game:

So by this website ( EA sports ) , I’m not in the new UFC videogame …
well I’m not gonna lie, not happy about it !https://t.co/p7uMACdnxn

— patrick cote (@patrick_cote) February 26, 2016

The oversight has many MMA fans confused as to how the video game maker EA Sports could overlook one of Canada’s most famous fighters.

true that I’m happy for all those guys !! https://t.co/z7iVYftgVR

— patrick cote (@patrick_cote) February 26, 2016

good point hahah https://t.co/jNosxPw2UH

— patrick cote (@patrick_cote) February 26, 2016

Leaving out Cote is kind of an odd one. Former contender, has a pretty darn good recent record. https://t.co/bsKEmNri9H

— Steven Rondina (@srondina) February 26, 2016

Cote, 35, is currently 6-1 in UFC since 2012 and is the only fighter in recent memory to survive three rounds with the deadly Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson.

The French Canadian first joined UFC in 2004 with a late notice light heavyweight fight against Tito Ortiz at UFC 50. He went 4-7 in his first stint in UFC, however that includes a title bout against Anderson Silva at UFC 90. Many long-time fans of the sport will also remember that he competed on the fourth ….View full article

Source:: mma mania