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    Mark Hominick Retiring

    Hominick has decided to call it a day , after losing 4 straight.
    The kid is a local boy and I'm glad to see him getting out with his brain cells intact and a decent record instead of hanging around to long or switching to a lower-tier organization and becoming a journeyman.
    From what I understand he will be staying connected to the sport by coaching etc.
    I will always remember him for putting on a tremendous show and narrowly missing out on a major upset victory at the first-ever UFC to take place in Ontario, which I went to see live at the old Skydome.
    Good luck in the future to ' The Machine '.
    http://www.sportsnet.ca/mma/2012/12/...ires/?site=www
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    One of my favorite fighters.

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    The death of Shawn Tompkins, his coach and best friend (even the best man at his wedding), messed up his training big time.

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