One of the most exciting fighters in MMA announced he’s hanging up the gloves on the “UFC Tonight” show that airs on FUEL TV. UFC featherweight Mark Hominick announced that he’s retiring from the sport to move on to phase two of his life.
Hominick has a career record of (20-12) with nine wins via TKO and seven wins via submission. He won “Fight of the Night” honors three times during his career, and is probably most remembered for his memorable bout with Jose Aldo at UFC 129.
Hominick was battered by the UFC featherweight champion over the first three rounds with a huge hematoma forming on his head, only to mount a strong comeback and come up short on the judges scorecards.
Hominick’s MMA career spans a decade and he fought exclusively in Canada before making his UFC debut against Yves Edwards at UFC 58. Hominick’s career UFC record was (3-4) with the four losses all coming in his final four fights in the UFC.