In a night that has been filled with quick finishes, Chan Sung Jung had one of the best when he finished his opponent, Mark Hominick, at just 0:07 of the first round at UFC 140.
Jung and Hominick came out, touched gloves and then quickly began exchanging with one another.
Hominick missed a punch and Jung came in with a devastating shot. Jung put his entire body into the punch that knocked Hominick to the ground.
Once the fight went to the ground, Jung was able to land a few shots before the ref stepped in to stop the fight.
Jung is now 2-0 inside the UFC and 2-2 under the Zuffa banner—and his performance at UFC 140 left a lot of fans in Toronto bummed out.
Having just beat a man that went all five rounds with Jose Aldo, a match with another man who recently lost to the featherweight champ, Kenny Florian, might be a great match for Jung.
But perhaps the best match up for Jung could be the winner of Nam Phan vs. Jim Hettes.
Jung needs another convincing win or two before he’ll be in title contention, but if he continues to defeat his opponents the way he did Hominick, it won’t be long before we see Jung in a match for the title.
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