Pablo Garza survived an early scare to control the action en route to an unanimous decision over "The Machine" Mark Hominick.
Both men were on a bad streak as Garza had lost two straight and Hominick losing three straight. Hominick was once among the best in the world at 145 pounds and appeared to be the favorite coming into this fight.
Garza showcased just who was the better fighter after being dropped by Hominick in the first round. But where does Garza go from here?
Hominick is certainly a big-name opponent, but he's also now lost four straight and visibly just hasn't been the same since Shawn Thompkins' death. It was an impressive showing for Garza, but should he continue to fight some of the lower ranked guys, or will he perhaps attempt to launch himself into the upper tier of featherweights?