After 11 years of battling the top warriors on the planet Mark Hominick has made his statement. He's been a champion and a challenger, he's won and he's lost. He has always been a professional and gave everything of himself to his craft. And now Mark will retire from fighting and move on to the next phase of his career.
Mark Hominick had a tough fifteen minute fight at UFC 154 against Pablo Garza. In the end Garza's hand was raised and Mark was handed his 4th straight loss. It was a disappointing result to an exciting fight in which both fighters delivered.
Mark Hominick returns to the octagon on Nov. 17th in Montreal, Quebec, Canada at UFC 154. Mark will face off against Pablo Garza in what will be a must win fight. Look for Mark to return to form and dominate!
Mark Hominick dropped a heartbreaking decision to Eddie Yagin this weekend at UFC 145 in Philadelphia, PA. It was a very close back and forth fight but Mark went into the decision expecting a win. Consecutive losses after his impressive performance against the champion last year have left everyone rather surprised. But a veteran fighter like Mark knows what it takes to return to form. You can expect Hominick to get back to hunting down the title asap!