Alexander vs Bosse, Cote vs Wallace to headline Instinct MMA promotional debut on Oct. 7


A new name in the mixed martial arts (MMA) game, Instinct MMA, will feature some old familiar faces in Quebec, Canada, at the Rousseau Centre of Sports Excellence on on Oct. 7, 2011.

The card will feature former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) combatants Houston Alexander and Patrick Cote, as well as everyone's favorite sideshow event: "Butterbean" (a.k.a: Eric Esch).

The Canadian-born Cote will look to add on to his two-fight win streak with a potential victory over Crafton Wallace.

Instinct MMA will hope to follow in the footsteps of fellow Canadian-run mixed martial arts organization Maximum Fighting Championship (MFC). 

They sure do love their MMA up north, eh?

Alexander will waste no time, fresh off a win over Razak Al-Hassan at MMA Fight Pit: Genesis on Aug. 13 (2011). He will be taking on former hockey enforcer Steve Bosse, who is currently 8-1 in the sport of MMA.

Alexander will be fighting for his ninth organization in as many fights. He's won his last four fights in a row. With a win on Oct. 7, he will hope to make his case for getting another chance to enter into the Octagon.

Instinct MMA will receive some competition from a couple of other second-tier mixed martial arts shows, as Titan Fighting Championship 21 and MFC 31 are scheduled to be held the very same night.

The Instinct card is scheduled to be shown live on pay-per-view (PPV). 

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