UFC 140 Results: Chang Sung Jung Makes Quick Work of Mark Hominick

December 10, 2011

Chang Sung Jung moved into the record books with a quick first round finish of Mark Hominick at UFC 140. Jung scored the TKO in the opening moments of the card’s first Pay-Per-View bout.

Hominick and Jung lasted all of seven seconds in this one. The Korean fighter threw a right hand that caught Hominick clear across the chin. Hominick fell back and Jung followed through on the ground. Five punches later, referee Herb Dean stepped in and stopped the fight.

Jung ties the record for fastest knockout in UFC history with the first-round finish.

“Just because I got knocked out one time doesn’t mean I’m [not ] a great striker,” Jung said following the win. “I think I’m one of the best strikers in the world.”

Jung wins his second in a row and is yet to lose in the UFC. Hominick loses his second fight in a row, the previous being a five-round decision to UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo.

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