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Flashback: Scarface vs Korean Zombie

UFC’s featherweight kingpin Jose ‘Scarface’ Aldo defended his title against ‘The Korean Zombie’ in what proved to be the last time we would see Chan Sung Jung for quite some time. 97 more words


Ahead of UFC 179, Here's Jose Aldo vs. the Korean Zombie From UFC 163

A free fight, brought to us by the official UFC YouTube, from August 3, 2013’s UFC 163: Aldo/Korean Zombie (Chan Sung-Jung).

Jose Aldo broke his foot in the first round, and in the fourth the Korean Zombie separated his shoulder, to which Aldo took advantage of by delivering vicious and merciless kick after kick to the ailing KZ.


'Korean Zombie' sidelined two years for required military office work

Chan Sung Jung has been ordered to complete mandatory military service in his native South Korea. It begins next week, and as a result, the 27-year-old won’t participate in any MMA bouts for the next two years. 399 more words


For Dustin Poirier, move to ATT came with an unexpected mentor

Ask Dustin Poirier how he ended up in Florida and he’ll tell you: It was Chan Sung Jung that did it.

Poirier was 23 at the time, unbeaten in four fights with the UFC, fighting in his first UFC main event opposite “The Korean Zombie.” Standing in the cage and waiting for the May 2012 fight to begin, he thought he was as ready as he could possibly be. 1,021 more words


Chan Sung Jung out of UFC Fight Night 53 co-headliner with injury

The UFC has lost one half of its planned UFC Fight Night 53 co-main event in Sweden.

Chan Sung Jung (13-4 MMA, 3-1 UFC) has suffered a shoulder injury and been forced out of a bout with Akira Corassani (12-4 MMA, 3-1 UFC). 284 more words


Chan Sung Jung vs. Akira Corassani co-headlines UFC Fight Night 53 in Stockholm

The UFC’s return to Sweden now has its co-headliner, and it features a recent featherweight title challenger, as well as a local product.

UFC officials today announced Chan Sung Jung (13-4 MMA, 3-1 UFC), who fights for the first time since an August 2013 loss to champion Jose Aldo, will clash with Swedish fighter Akira Corassani (12-4 MMA, 3-1 UFC): 263 more words