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UFC 169: Win or Lose, Jose Aldo Must Make a Move to Lightweight

Unquestionably, UFC featherweight champion Jose "Scarface" Aldo stands in a class by himself as far as current UFC champions go. Unbeaten since 2005, he has laid a path of destruction with emphatic wins over Mark Hominick, Mike Brown,...Show More Summary

History in the making: Korean Zombie knocks out Mark Hominick in seven seconds at UFC 140

This was supposed to be Mark Hominick's return to glory. After a gut-wrenching loss to Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Featherweight Champion Jose Aldo, in a performance that nearly saw him steal the strap in the fifth and final...Show More Summary

UFC 158 Preview & Prediction for Georges St-Pierre vs. Nick Diaz

MONTREAL—When I wanted to break down tonight's big UFC 158 main event between Georges St-Pierre and Nick Diaz, there was only one man I could turn to: my buddy Mark Hominick, a Canadian who also happens to know a little something about fighting himself. Show More Summary

MMA: Mark Hominick Reflects on Career, Says Jose Aldo Hit 'like a Heavyweight'

When Mark Hominick announced his retirement following a UFC 154 loss to Pablo Garza, many MMA fans (myself included) were left somewhat disappointed. A former featherweight title challenger, Hominick was (and is) greatly respected in MMA circles for his crisp boxing and phenomenal speed. Show More Summary

Unforgettable: Mark Hominick Discusses Aldo’s Power, Hioki’s Chin, And His Most Surprising Opponents

(Photo courtesy of Getty Images) Last month, Mark Hominick announced that “The Machine” has been unplugged. The Canadian striker ended his ten-year MMA career with a record of 20-12, including nine wins by KO/TKO, seven by submission,...Show More Summary

And Now He’s Retired: Mark Hominick, Canadian Hero and King of the Post-Fight Push-Up

(Photo courtesy of Sherdog) After over ten years as a professional mixed martial artist, UFC/WEC veteran Mark "The Machine" Hominick has retired from the sport, with a career record of 20-12. The news was announced by Hominick himself...Show More Summary

UFC's Mark Hominick announces mixed martial arts retirement

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight Mark Hominick (20-12), who is most famous for being one of the pioneers in mixed martial arts (MMA) -- especially in the lighter weight classes -- has retired from professional competition...Show More Summary

Pablo Garza considering move to bantamweight division, wants to be 'the Jon Jones of 135'

If you thought Pablo Garza was big for the featherweight division, just wait until you hear what ‘The Scarecrow' has in store next. Following a dominant win over Mark Hominick in the UFC 154 pay-per-view (PPV) opener, Garza said he is...Show More Summary

UFC 154: 5 Fights for Mark Hominick to Take Next

Mark Hominick 's Octagon woes continued at last night's UFC 154 as the former top contender received his fourth straight loss, dropping a unanimous decision to Pablo Garza in front of his hometown Canadian crowd. "The Machine" started off strong, dropping his opponent with a nasty body shot in the first round. Show More Summary

UFC 154 results recap: Pablo Garza vs Mark Hominick fight review and analysis

Two men moving in opposite career directions collided in the cage last night (Nov. 17, 2012) as lanky North Dakotan Pablo Garza took on former featherweight title challenger Mark Hominick in the opening bout of the UFC 154 main cardShow More Summary

UFC 154: 5 Fights for Pablo Garza to Take Next

Pablo Garza survived an early scare to control the action en route to an unanimous decision over "The Machine" Mark Hominick. Both men were on a bad streak as Garza had lost two straight and Hominick losing three straight. Hominick was once among the best in the world at 145 pounds and appeared to be the favorite coming into this fight. Show More Summary

UFC 154: What We Learned from Mark Hominick vs Pablo Garza

At UFC 154, featherweight Pablo Garza punished Canadian favorite Mark Hominick and took the win by unanimous decision. Garza (12-3) used his length and accurate fists to open big cuts on Hominick 's face and control "The Machine" on the ground. Show More Summary

UFC 154 results: Pablo Garza survives thrilling first, grinds out Mark Hominck

MONTREAL - For a moment, it looked like Pablo Garza was done. Yet after absorbing a crushing first-round bodyshot that send him oppling to the floor, Garza came back to dominate Mark Hominick for the remainder of their fight and claim a unanimous-decision win. The featherweight bout opened Saturday's UFC 154 main card at Montreal's Bell Centre. Show More Summary

UFC 154 results: Pablo Garza cuts up Mark Hominick en route to decision win

The UFC 154: "St. Pierre vs. Condit" pay-per-view (PPV) kicked off its main card tonight (Sat., Nov. 17, 2012) in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, with a featherweight fracas pitting former title contender Mark Hominick against the always exciting...Show More Summary

UFC 154 fight card: Mark Hominick vs Pablo Garza fight prediction, preview and breakdown

After an impressive five-round battle against Jose Aldo in April 2011, where Mark Hominick gave the Featherweight champion the toughest fight of his title reign, the downward slide of "The Machine" has been considerable. Once a reliable...Show More Summary

UFC 154 'Fight Of The Night' Early Pick: Mark Hominick vs. Pablo Garza

UFC 154 is set for this weekend (Nov. 17, 2012) at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada with some terrific fights. To open the pay-per-view (PPV) portion of the card, UFC has selected an especially interesting bout between two...Show More Summary

Always Motivated: UFC 154's Mark Hominick talks cutting weight, Pablo Garza and more

On the heels of three consecutive losses inside the Octagon, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) 145-pound veteran Mark Hominick is in desperate need of a win at this weekend's (Nov. 17, 2012) UFC 154: "St. Pierre vs. Condit" pay-per-view...Show More Summary

Mark Hominick: "I Feel Like I'm Fighting for My Job Every Day"

When it comes performance, MMA is like the NFL. If you perform badly, you get cut. In the UFC, if you lose three fights in a row, you usually get cut. If you lose four in a row, you will certainly get cut, except if you are Dan Hardy. Show More Summary

Mark Hominick and 10 Fighters Who Went from Contender to Pretender

It's a cold world, this MMA world. Cold game, this MMA game. One minute, you're on top of the world. Next minute, you're fighting Sokoudjou open-weight in some interstate-forsaken, Oklahoma backyard, fenced-in area while the dogs are out on the chat piles looking for dinner lizards what ain't got five eye sockets. Show More Summary

Mark Hominick vs. Pablo Garza Head-to-Toe Breakdown

UFC 154 features a clash of two featherweights who are in desperate need of a win. Pablo Garza and Mark Hominick have both been on slides in their respective careers as of late. That is not to say that this fight won't be between two entertaining competitors. Show More Summary

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