UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo may have suffered a broken foot in the first round of his UFC 163 title fight with "The Korean Zombie," Chan Sung Jung.
Like any good fighter, Jose Aldo noticed that something was off kilter with his opponent, swarmed, and finished off Chan Sung Jung with strikes in the UFC 163 main event on Saturday night.
RIO DE JANEIRO – Although he was billed as a "Korean Zombie" who could withstand an inordinate amount of damage, even Chan Sung Jung couldn't fight through an injured shoulder.
He plays the hot knife to the 145-pound division’s butter.
Featherweight Chan Sung Jung is just the kind of exciting matchup for UFC champ Jose Aldo that Anthony Pettis would have been had a meniscus tear not scrapped his appearance at UFC 163. ...
UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo says "The Korean Zombie," Chan Sung Jung, is deserving of the UFC 163 title fight in Rio de Janeiro on Saturday.
Ahead of his late-notice title fight with UFC champion featherweight champion Jose Aldo, Chan Sung Jung's fearless fighting style is being used a selling point for next week's UFC 163 event.
UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre was in this year’s $10,000 World Series of Poker Main Event, but was one of the players that failed to make it beyond Day 1b of the tournament.
Anthony Pettis has suffered a knee injury that will not allow him to challenge Jose Aldo for the UFC featherweight title.
Anthony Pettis is injured and out of the UFC 163 headlining title fight with UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo. Chan Sung Jung has already agreed to take his place.