UFC featherweight Mark Hominick announced on Tuesday evening that he is retiring from mixed martial arts (MMA) competition, calling an end to his 32-fight career. Hominick made the announcement on Tuesday's edition of UFC Tonight on FUEL TV, citing his intentions to spend more time with family as his primary reason.
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 in the sport.
"The Machine" announced the news on Tuesday's edition of "UFC Tonight" on FUEL TV, calling an end to his more than 10-year, 32-fight career.
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