Saturday, April 30, 2011

UFC 129 Aldo vs Hominick Fight Video

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Watch the exciting and bloody fight between Jose Aldo and Mark Hominick! What a strike-fest of a fight! Watch the video below:

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Jose Aldo recently defeated Urijah Faber and knocked out Manny Gamburyan in his latest bout before being injured. Aldo is reknowned striker in Muay Thai usually taking out his oppenents with a barrage of punches, knee strikes and sharp elbows. In his first UFC title defense, he will go up against the dangerous Mark Hominick, whos recent wins includes Yves Jabouin, Leonard Garcia and George Roop. Hominick has fought at both Featherweigh and Lightweight during his professional career. He has appeared in many organizations including the Affliction and WEC.

I think this will be an easy victory for Jose Aldo and I'm not really impressed with Hominick's credentials but nevertheless we can expect Hominick to give Aldo some more highlight footage in an already impressive knockout reel.

UFC 129 is already sold out and this will be a great exposure to both Aldo and Hominick who might be fighting in the biggest card of their career.

UFC 129 is headlined by Canadian Georges St. Pierre versus the American Jake Shields. St. Pierre is fresh from his latest title defense, winning a unanimous decision against Josh Koscheck. Shields had a tough outing against UFC veteran Martin Kampmann that showed some holes in the cardio (which maybe the result of cutting down from 185 to 170 lbs) of the former Strikeforce champ. St. Pierre is expected to keep the fight standing and using his vast arsenal of strikes to keep Shields from taking him down and enforcing his ground game advantage.

Shields is a Caesar Gracie BJJ Black belt and is known to train with the Diaz brothers and Gilbert Melendez. Before coming in the UFC, Shields fought at Middleweight and fought against Dan Henderson which he won impressively.

UFC champ St Pierre showcased his potent jab against Koscheck, nullifying the former division 1 and national champs chances in taking the fight to the ground. This probably will be the same tactic he will use against Jake Shields, who we all know, will be looking to take him down and use his jiu-jitsu to strangle him in submission.

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