UFC veteran Sabah Homasi recently signed a multi-fight contract with Bellator MMA, although a debut date has yet to be announced.
The fighter did face and lose to Tim Means at UFC 202, but Homasi would like another shot at Means to give the competitor a proper beating.
“The fight with Tim Means, I’d love to fight that guy again,” Homasi told MMA Junkie. “I fought him on 10 days’ notice. I burned myself out in that fight. Yeah, he cut me open pretty bad, but he couldn’t even finish me. I’m sitting here sucking wind. He couldn’t finish me. The ref stopped it. He didn’t drop me. He’ll never drop me. He doesn’t have that power, but that guy, I would love to do it again to give him a proper beating that he deserves.”
That loss to Means would be the beginning of a three fight losing streak for Homasi, a streak that remains even after Homasi signed with Bellator MMA.
If there is one thing that Homasi knows, it’s that his run with the UFC was a disappointment overall.
“I look back at it as a [expletive] run,” Homasi said. “It’s disappointing because I didn’t get to shine to my full potential. I had two fights against Razak. The first one, [expletive] stoppage by Herb, but at the end of the day, he’s human. He makes mistakes. Not everyone is perfect, but that kind of led me to this point because I had the rematch with Razak and obviously it didn’t go my way. I’d never been knocked out in my career, and that happened, then I got released after that.”
Homasi went 0-3-0 under the UFC banner and he hasn’t picked up a victory in almost three years.