Do you know who the 10 best Canadian UFC fighters are? These Canadian UFC fighters entertained UFC fight fans with their heart and cage skills. They continue to fight with some of the best fighters in the world.
- Icho Larenas. This 6'1” bruiser from Quebec owns a respectable record of five wins and four losses. He fought against the American Tom Murphy and lost by technical knock out. His latest win was against MMA novice, Guido Carlo.
- TJ Grant. A grizzled veteran of the fight circuit, Grant first competed in the UFC back in 2009 where he defeated the wily Japanese veteran, Ryo Chonan. He currently sports a three win with three losses record in the UFC.
- Rob Macdonald. Competing as a light-heavyweight, he lost his initial UFC appearance against the American wrestler, Jason Lambert. Although he won his next bout by submission, he lost once again by an arm triangle choke to Eric Schafer and was subsequently released from the UFC. He continues to fight for a number of other promotions.
- Jason Macdonald. Hailing from Red Deer in Alberta, Jason Macdonald is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu expert who trains with Xtreme Couture. He made his debut for the UFC in 2006 and last fought early 2010 where he lost his bout against John Slater.
- David Loiseau. This 6'0” middleweight fighter is an accomplished striker who has participated in a number of UFC events. He has the distinction of being the first French Canadian to ever win in the UFC.
- Denis Kang. A Canadian fighter of Korean and French descent, Kang has fought some of the best MMA fighters in the world. His last fight in the UFC was a heartbreaking loss against the brash Englishman, Michael Bisping.
- Sam Stout. Known as a slick, technical striker, this UFC veteran has been involved in five bouts that won Fight of the Night honors. Fans are looking forward to even more fireworks as he is scheduled to face the British grappler, Paul Kelly early 2011.
- Jason Day. Jason “Dooms” Day is a veteran with nineteen wins and ten losses. Although he had a losing record during his stint in the UFC, he continues to ply his trade with a number of MMA organizations.
- Patrick Cote. Also known by his monicker “The Predator”. Cote has established a reputation for himself as a a hard-nosed fighter. Competing in the welterweight division of the UFC, he once made a successful run for the title and faced the reigning champion Anderson Silva. Sadly, Cote injured himself during the fight and lost.
- Georges St. Pierre. “GSP” is recognized by a number of experts and casual fans alike as the pound for pound best fighter in the world. His record speaks for itself. He has defeated some of the finest MMA fighters on the planet and has cleaned out the middleweight division. With the champion quickly running out of challengers, fans are anticipating a superfight showdown between St. Pierre and welterweight champion Anderson Silva. He is simply the best among all Canadian UFC fighters.
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