UFC 140 Results: Chan Sung-Jung Defeats Mark Hominick by a 7-Second KO

Dale De SouzaAnalyst IDecember 11, 2011

(Photo by Nick Laham/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)
(Photo by Nick Laham/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

People say Chan Sung Jung's knockout of Mark Hominick, including the brief moment of ground-and-pound, put the win at an official time of seven seconds. But to be quite blunt about it, it felt like a much shorter time period.

If you missed the fight for whatever reason, the longest part of this bout was literally the entrances, as Jung walked out to The Cranberries' "Zombie" and Hominick had the Canadian National Anthem before Diddy-Dirty Money's "Coming Home." We literally saw more action in the walkout to the cage than we did in the actual fight.

For those of you who would like to know what happened after Bruce Buffer introduced the fight, it went something like this:

First, Hominick and Jung touched gloves.

Second, Hominick missed a left hook.

Third and finally, Jung avoided Hominick's left and laid Hominick out with a right hand before delivering a few shots for good measure.

If it sounds like a lazy breakdown of the fight, I challenge any reader to Google the fight or go to MMA TKO or ATBF to find the fight, watch it and then come on the comments section to seriously tell me that I gave you a lazy breakdown of what really happened.

When we say that Jung knocked Hominick out quickly, we're not saying that just to feed you the same mom-and-pop BS that you'd get from other so-called "news outlets." We're telling you that this Fight of The Night contender ended seven seconds quicker than the official time of the YouTube video for Jung's walkout theme and earned a KO of The Night bonus for it.

Still don't buy it?

Watch it for yourself and tell me something about the fight that I might have missed.