In a featherweight contest between two of the division's most exciting fighters, Mark Hominick and Chan Sung-Jung will fight on the first main card bout of UFC 140, which will be broadcast live from the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario.
Jung is 11-3 in his career with one victory inside the UFC. His twister-submission victory against Leonard Garcia earned him the Submission of the Year award, with that latest win breaking a two-fight losing streak from his WEC career.
Hominick will enter the fight as the hometown favorite and will bring a 20-9 record to the Octagon, including his exciting loss to Jose Aldo from his last fight at UFC 129.
This is a tough fight to breakdown because of both fighters' ability to finish their opponents. They have 25 finishes combined, and many have come in spectacular fashion, making it hard to predict just when and where this fight could end.
One thing everyone knows for sure is that it will have a lot of action and is an early favorite for fight of the night.
Hominick will have the advantage standing, and Jung's key to victory will be to take the fight to the mat and work a submission. Hominick has been submitted five times in his career, and that's the best way for Jung to win this fight.
If Jung can't get Hominick down, he will be overmatched on the feet, and that's a place where Hominick should be superior, especially when it comes to boxing and using his hands.
Look for Hominick to pick Jung apart for the better part of three rounds before earning a late-fight TKO.
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