Mark Hominick Hangs Up Gloves
by Shawn M. Smith on December 12, 2012

Mark Hominick announced on Tuesday’s edition of FUEL TV’s “UFC Tonight” that he has fought for the final time in his career. His last fight was a unanimous decision loss to Pablo Garza at UFC 154 in November. That fight was the fourth consecutive loss for the Canadian, a streak that included a title loss to UFC Featherweight champion Jose Aldo.

“I truly got to live my passion and follow my dreams by competing in mixed martial arts, especially under the Zuffa banner, but UFC 154, that’s the last fight I’ll be in the octagon, as I’m retiring and looking to move on to the next phase of my career.”

The ten-year vet leaves with a 20-12 overall record and was 3-4 in UFC.



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