At UFC Vegas 29, Jung Chan Sung AKA The Korean Zombie put on a show against Dan Ige.
Discipline and fundamentals were the stories of this fight. Adhering to a structured game plan is the reason for Jung’s success in yet another headliner.
The night popped off when Marlon Vera and Davey Grant went to war. But before it goes unnoticed, Matt Brown pounded out Father Time with a KO win against Dheigo Lima in one of the most exciting moments of the night.
Young Guns Penetrating HW Division
Serving as the co-main event, Sergey Spivak put on a calculated performance against the ever-durable Aleksei Oleinik. Despite not getting the finish, the fight highlighted the stand-up technique Spivak possesses. In addition, with the fight going the distance, we saw some effective anti-wrestling and jiu-jitsu defense out of the young 26-year old Spivak.
Oleinik has a professional record of 59-16-1, and there are very few, if any fighters, with the amount of experience “The Boa Constrictor” has. The 42-year old Ukraine native is a spectacular finisher. In fact, of his 59 fights, he has finished 54 of them.
In the end, Spivak (26) proved why he belongs atop the UFC heavyweight division. Essentially, the younger man outworked the veteran in a commanding performance and really showed how well-rounded he has become.
The Korean Zombie Looking To Mount Another Title Run
The card certainly delivered beyond expectations and the fighters showed out without a doubt. Leading up to UFC Vegas 29, it seemed as though fans were feeling some fatigue after an array of events packed with crowds carried electricity in the combat sports world for the last few months.
However, inside the UFC Apex Facility, the fire reignited in the Octagon as Jung put on a methodical performance against the Hawaii native Dan Ige.
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