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  • 10-19-2010, 01:09 AM
    pantomime horse
    Hominick is a good choice. He's got great standup and great submissions, but I honestly think the most interesting choice would have been Josh Grispi. I know, he's got a fight scheduled, but he's got such a great fighter's instinct and I can't wait to see him in a title fight. I also think he's less predictable than the other opponents and thus, potentially, makes him more of a threat. I think when Aldo can see someone's game for what it is he simply solves them and makes them look ordinary. He's going to be tough to handle for most anyone.
  • 10-19-2010, 12:43 AM
    claycollett3
    Personally I never gave Faber a chance beating Aldo. Jose is like a Bones Jones type that just watching him you know you are watching something special in the making. This fight, should it happen, will be prob the toughest test for Aldo in the WEC (assuming it stays on the feet). Though I still have Aldo destroying Mark, it will be alot more entertaining than the Faber fight. Granted, Mark is on a tear as of late, the quality of opponents is nil compared to the teir aldo has dispatched.
  • 10-19-2010, 12:37 AM
    m1ckeykn0x
    Another victim? Another man for us to watch get dominated? Woo-hoo.

    I cannot wait to see Jose Aldo actually fighting a higher weight-class, because there's no featherweight who mirrors or even comes close to his level.
  • 10-19-2010, 12:37 AM
    VimyRidge
    Quote Originally Posted by trustkill View Post
    I saw Hominick for the first time in his fight against Garcia. Was impressed with his technique, counter-punching and use of reach. I scored all 3 rounds for him, didn't know what the other judge was thinking scoring it for Leonard.
    You should definitely go back and watch some of his other fights. One to definitely watch is the previous fight with Yves Jabouin.


    Also have no clue how the one judge scored it for Leonard
  • 10-19-2010, 12:33 AM
    VimyRidge
    Quote Originally Posted by beau420 View Post
    Poor Hominick. I have been watching him fight since 2002-03...since he began, love watching his fights, always entertaining and always game to stand and strike, but I really don't think this is going to turn our well for Mark.

    I hope Jose moves up in weight soon, or take on an elite ground fighter who could try and take Jose to the ground.

    Well, it will be interesting to watch, but I think Also has the edge on speed and power and pure strength.

    I will be pulling for Hominick and hopefully the fight is officially announced soon.
    Completely agree, love Hominick, great to watch, but Jose is just on a different level than anyone else in the WEC.
  • 10-19-2010, 12:27 AM
    beau420
    Poor Hominick. I have been watching him fight since 2002-03...since he began, love watching his fights, always entertaining and always game to stand and strike, but I really don't think this is going to turn our well for Mark.

    I hope Jose moves up in weight soon, or take on an elite ground fighter who could try and take Jose to the ground.

    Well, it will be interesting to watch, but I think Also has the edge on speed and power and pure strength.

    I will be pulling for Hominick and hopefully the fight is officially announced soon.
  • 10-18-2010, 11:39 PM
    trustkill
    I saw Hominick for the first time in his fight against Garcia. Was impressed with his technique, counter-punching and use of reach. I scored all 3 rounds for him, didn't know what the other judge was thinking scoring it for Leonard.
  • 10-18-2010, 10:29 PM
    megamus
    Sweet fight and great opportunity for Mark. Tompkins will have to put together a stellar camp and game plan for Hominick in this one. I'll be cheering for my Canadian brother in this one
  • 10-18-2010, 09:44 PM
    Sakara=Excitement

    Jose Aldo Says Mark Hominick Is Likely Next

    Jose Aldo Says Mark Hominick Is Likely Next - Bloody Elbow

    In an interview with Tatame.com:
    "Whoever it may be, I always respect everybody. We may already have a title defense in January with Mark Hominick, a Canadian very good in kickboxing."
    Jose "Junior" Aldo (18-1)
    Win Manny Gamburyan - KO (Punches) WEC 51
    Win Urijah Faber- Decision (Unanimous) WEC 48
    Win Mike Thomas Brown - TKO (Punches) WEC 44
    Win Cub Swanson - TKO (Flying Knee and Punches) WEC 41

    Mark "The Machine" Hominick (19-8)
    Win Leonard Garcia - Decision (Split) WEC 51
    Win Yves Jabouin - TKO (Punches) WEC 49
    Win Bryan Caraway - Submission (Triangle Armbar) WEC 46
    Win Savant Young - Submission (Armbar) Affliction

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