Canada has produced some of the nation’s top MMA imports over decades like GSP and many more too numerous to count on one hand. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet a mauling maple leaf whose ice-cold fists of intensity freeze foes dead in their tracks at 170 pounds. A professional mixed martial artist since May 2014 and representing Stafford Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Academy, Pat Pytlik owns a 7-1 record in eight contests with all seven of his professional victories coming via knockout. Pytlik has spent the majority of his pro tenure with Unified MMA and has gone on to rack up a finish in all seven of his wins. None of Pytlik’s fights as a pro have yet made it to the judge’s thus far in his tenure as an MMA fighter. The bulk of his wins as a pro have come inside of round one.
In his MMA debut at PFC 5, he faced Eric Teverly and went on to defeat him via TKO in the third round. Pytlik also defeated Tiago Taveres via TKO in round two at Hard Knocks 46. Then in his debut fight with Unified MMA at Unified MMA 26, he defeated Cory Atkinson via TKO in the first round. Pytlik defeated Cody Sinclair via TKO in round one at Unified MMA 30. At Unified MMA 32, he faced Yannick Pare and defeated him via TKO in the first round. Pytlik defeated Derrick Boyle at Unified MMA 33 via TKO in round one.
At Unified MMA 34, he took on fellow knockout artist Vron Philips and defeated him via TKO in the fifth round. The win also secured Pytlik the seventh knockout victory of his professional career. With a perfect knockout average Pytlik has buried many a rising fighter’s stock deep beneath the ice and has the Canadian MMA circuit as a collective entity to the bare bones!