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Mark Hominick is Looking to Make a Statement at UFC 154

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Mark Hominick realizes he is already being given an opportunity many fighters do not receive. Hominick riding a three-fight losing skid, will face Pablo Garza this Saturday night at UFC 154: St-Pierre vs. Condit.

The former UFC featherweight contender understands that he likely will not be given another chance by the promotion should he fail to defeat Garza.

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"Three straight losses is almost unheard of in the UFC," said Hominick during a recent interview with Fighters.com. "This is a must-win situation."

After securing a title shot vs. Jose Aldo in 2011, Hominick (20-11) has been unable to reach the pay window. He suffered a decision loss to Aldo, was knocked out by Chan Sung Jung, and was on the wrong end of a split decision defeat to Eddie Yagin this past April.

However, the 30-year-old Canadian believes he performs at his best in this kind of situations, saying, "I like the added pressure. I've been in a situation before where I've had a couple of losses and then come back strong. I know I'm capable of doing it, and that's my intent again."

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