Korean Zombie Due $20,000 to Show and $20,000 to Win Against Jose Aldo; Aiming Much Higher


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Chan Sung Jung is due to make $20,000 to show and another $20,000 to win should he defeat Jose Aldo at UFC 163, but with his contract coming due, he's aiming much higher. view original article >>

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