Mark Hominick: “You’ve Got to Put On an Exciting Fight or You’ll Be Buried on the Undercard” (Video)


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Mark Hominick is no stranger to exciting fights, but with three losses in a row currently on his record, is he willing to sacrifice being exciting to play it safe?

The Canadian says there is a fine line to walk because he always wants to win, but part of his job is to be entertaining.

Check out this exclusive one-on-one interview with Mark Hominick where he talks about being exciting and what it means that the UFC always has faith in him to deliver a pay-per-view worth performance:

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