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MMAWeekly.com is proud to welcome Jonatas 'Tagarela' Gurgel to the site as he will be presenting a series of instructional videos in the coming months. Retweet this Share on Facebook • Email • StumbleUpon read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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It was one of the nastiest finishes in UFC history as Jon Jones submitted Lyoto Machida at UFC 140 to retain his light heavyweight title. Retweet this Share on Facebook read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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Al Iaquinta was a guest on MMAmania's "Darce Side Radio" recently and the UFC lightweight discussed his upcoming fight against Mitch Clarke at UFC 173 and his role in a new MMA TV series called "Choke Artist" that is currently being pitched to networks. Long Island's Al Iaquinta will be taking on Mitch Clarke during the UFC 173 prelims tonight (results here) in his first-ever fight at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. However, his most recent fight took place in an underground smoker in New Yo read news >>

  • a year ago
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Dustin Poirier has returned with a first round submission over TUF 12 winner Jonathan Brookins in the opening main card fight at the TUF 16 finale. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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American Top Team Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu instructor Jonatas 'Tagarela' Gurgel is back for another teaching segment, this time breaking down Matt Riddle's slick standing arm triangle he used to submit Chris Clements at UFC 149. read news >>

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UFC featherweight competitor Chan Sung Jung discusses his mandatory two-year military service in South Korea and how this will impact his future in the sport. After spending more than a year away from the octagon to heal his shoulder, Chan Sung Jung, known as "The Korean Zombie" would soon be informed that his return to the cage would be delayed by another two years. Last week, it was announced that Jung would place his MMA career on hold to complete his mandatory two-year military service, some read news >>

  • 3 days ago
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"It's not something that was a surprise. Since all able-bodied men are obligated to serve, I knew that it was something that I'd have to do at some point. It's the law and a duty of all Korean men. Those are the rules, so I have to abide by them. I'll be working in my local district office. Because of several surgeries that I had, I was given a government office job. I'm not sure exactly what I'll be doing there, though. I think this may extend my career, because it gives me some much needed tim read news >>

  • 3 days ago
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Word got out last week that Chan Sung Jung, a.k.a "The Korean Zombie," would be sidelined for two years from MMA to fulfill his mandatory military service required of South Korean male citizens. The 13-4 fighter last competed in Aug. 2013 when he lost via fourth-round TKO to UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo. MMAFighting.com recently spoke to the 27-year-old, who started his service on Monday, via e-mail about this news: Ariel Helwani: What was your reaction when you heard that you'll have to read news >>

  • 11 days ago
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According to a report from MMA in Asia, beloved UFC featherweight "The Korean Zombie" Chan Sung Jung will be out of action until October of 2016 due to mandatory military service duties in his native South Korea. By law, South Korean men must serve in the military by the age of 30, and the 27-year-old fighter has yet to fulfill that requirement. Because of that, he is checking that off his to-do list immediately, and his military stint will begin Monday, Oct. 20, according to the report. The Kor read news >>

  • 11 days ago
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Chan Sung Jung (aka the Korean Zombie) hasn’t fought in more than a year. He is now going to be sidelined from competing in the Octagon for another two years. read news >>

  • 11 days ago
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Chan Sung Jung, the UFC featherweight better known as “The Korean Zombie,” will be out of action for two years as he completes mandatory military service in his native South Korea. read news >>

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