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Cote expected to be out six to eight months following knee injury

According to a report by Neil Davidson of the Canadian Press, middleweight contender Patrick Cote could be sidelined anywhere from six to eight months after he undergoes knee surgery next week.
According to a report by Neil Davidson of the Canadian Press, middleweight contender Patrick Cote could be sidelined anywhere from six to eight months after he undergoes knee surgery next week.

Cote suffered a reoccurrence of the meniscus-related injury during his title fight last Saturday against Anderson Silva, forcing the bout to be halted and awarded to the champion.

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