On Oct. 16, Meyer's brother and Tuff-N-Uff Vice President Jeff Meyer took to Facebook to announce details on the memorial service for the respected MMA legend.
"Memorial services will be held at King David Memorial Chapel and Cemetery Friday at 2pm. 2967 e. Eldorado Lane," Meyer wrote. "Please come and help us honor Barry if you can make it."
The Meyer brothers founded Tuff-N-Uff in the early-2000s and have been putting on exciting fights ever since. Some of the top female fighters in the world have competed under the Tuff-N-Uff banner, including UFC champ Ronda Rousey, Invicta FC featherweight Veronica Rothenhausler and TUF competitor Jessamyn Duke.
The promotion also featured plenty of top male fighters, including Ryan Couture and Jon Fitch.
"Barry fought valiantly against depression for several years," Jeff said in the MMA Junkie report. "Today, unfortunately, he lost that battle."
Meyer's memorial service will be held at 2967 E. Eldorado Lane in Las Vegas, Nev.
"Rest In Peace, Barry Meyer," Jeff wrote on Facebook. "You were the best brother a guy could ever ask for and I will miss you always."
Meyer, who previously served as co-promoter for Chuck Norris' World Combat League and BodogFIGHT, was also previously a hedge-fund trader.
He walked away from the lucrative industry to pursue his passion of MMA. "MMA Community has suffered a great loss in the passing of @tuffnuff Pres Barry Meyer We send our deepest condolences," Invicta FC tweeted.
The MMA community will undoubtedly be out in full force on Friday to pay its respects to an MMA pioneer and legend.