,AAAABvaL8JE~,ufBHq_I6FnxR-PQW_F3sm5QdUbP7D6E9&bctid=5535575018001 Filed under: News , Radio Highlight , UFC , Videos More than a decade has gone by, and Yves Edwards still has some problems digesting his UFC 58 loss to Mark Hominick. Edwards, who retired from fighting and now works as an MMA analyst for Fox Sports, was returning to the octagon after a brief 1-1 PRIDE stint when he met Hominick in 2006 in Las Vegas. He already had 40 professional MMA bouts to his name at the time, while Hominick brought a 13-fight record into what was set to be his UFC debut. In an upset big enough to spark fight-fixing accusations, Edwards ended up on the sour end of a second-round submission. A lot happened after that.

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Former UFC fighter Yves Edwards opens up on loss that still haunts him a decade later – MMA Junkie

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