UFC 129 Results: Jose Aldo vs. Mark Hominick for UFC Featherweight Title, Rd. 4
That pseudo-knockdown might've really turned the tide for Jose Aldo; he wasn't losing the fight, but he was leaking momentum all over the Octagon.
However, he looks re-energized enough to keep the Machine at bay to start the fourth round.
Another salvo of abusive leg kicks land from Aldo on Hominick's lead left leg. The Canadian doesn't seem to be feeling them yet, but he can't possible take them all night. A couple low blows from the Brazilian earn him a warning from Big John and the action restarts with yet another punishing leg kick from Jose.
The Machine starts hopping around after that one and the demise may be on as Junior has broken through the pain threshold. A hard right hand puts Hominick on his backside and a nasty elbow follows after Jose pounces.
Almost immediately, an extra forehead starts protruding from the Machine's natural one. I guess that's what you call a hematoma.
After some more ground 'n' pound, Big John calls time to see what the doc says about the sudden case of elephantiasis that's broken out on Hominick's forehead.
Somehow, someone says everything looks find—I can't believe a real doctor said that—and the Machine gets to continue in the fourth. The final seconds bleed off the clock with Junior scoring more points to end a 10-9 round. Maybe even 10-8.
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