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'Korean Zombie' replaces Anthony Pettis, meets champ Jose Aldo at UFC 163   [View Full Version]
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Theoutlaw08 » Posted 3/23/11 3:38:00PM

I thought Pettis had a real chance to get the title. I could be bias because hes my favorite fighter. But this really sucks, he had a real chance. This fight still needs to happen eventually. Zombie deserves it less than Pettis did anyways. I wonder if Aldo will bitch about that too.

ncordless » Posted 4/8/07 11:09:00PM


The one fucking fight I really wanted to see this summer.


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kopower » Posted 7/3/07 12:31:00AM

I'm actually really looking forward to this fight. It should be very exciting. I think it's a great replacement.

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george112 » Posted 1/24/07 7:00:00PM

Im a fan of the Korean Zombie so i dont mind

Jan 2007

Webbie » Posted 9/22/07 11:16:00AM

Don't get me wrong, I'm a fan of the KZ and I do believe it'll be an exciting fight.

It's just not the same type of fight that Aldo/Pettis would be IMHO.

jae_1833 » Posted 7/19/07 11:27:00AM

You know what, at least KZ keeps the champ active. I don't like the 1-2 fights a year thing with champions, I want 2-3. In three years he's only fought six times, and three of this went to decision so I don't think it's helping. Sometimes guys just need to fight to keep their instincts and to avoid the old rust.

Chael_Sonnen » Posted 5/25/10 12:40:00PM

I offered to save yet AGAIN another card......but.......


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Bubbles » Posted 10/20/09 3:33:00PM

I'm really surprised at the lack of enthusiasm about the fight. Almost everyone was swinging off KZ's nuts not that long ago, clamoring for him to get the title shot and here it is

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george112 » Posted 1/24/07 7:00:00PM

Posted by Bubbles

I'm really surprised at the lack of enthusiasm about the fight. Almost everyone was swinging off KZ's nuts not that long ago, clamoring for him to get the title shot and here it is

Jan 2007

Budgellism » Posted 4/8/07 11:45:00AM

Honestly, I'm not disappointed in the slightest. I'm excited to see this fight just as much, if not more than Pettis. Pettis should be at 155. He had already earned a title shot there anyways.


tepid55 » Posted 2/4/07 2:11:00PM

I don't like Jung's chances at all.

SpiderSilva » Posted 7/10/07 6:44:00PM

Last time I seen TKZ thought of like this he KOed Hominick in 8 sec.

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Webbie » Posted 9/22/07 11:16:00AM

I'm going with Aldo via second round homicide.

JoeWarren33 » Posted 4/27/09 4:41:00PM

Wow what BS!!!!!!!

TheShaman » Posted 1/19/13 11:08:00PM

No love for the Zombie?

He fought Poirier with a torn rotator cuff. Now he's 100% and has been training with the absolute cream of the crop in Korea. He improves between every fight, which partially explains how he beats the odds as an underdog (because he's better than his last appearance). He's confident and believes he can win. After the news broke, he tweeted, "I'm ready!!!!!", which has a ring of legitimacy to it if you've been keeping up with his interviews.

Hopefully he surprises us once more and shows up better than we've ever seen him. He's cerebral, versatile, and thinks on his feet with fast reactions and moves that are meant to finish fights, has a good mix of MMA skills, smooth transitions (thinks of his skills as simply MMA, not exclusive arts), power and timing, a chin that can take all but devastating strikes, and not an ounce of reluctance.

I was intrigued by Aldo vs Pettis, but I'm more excited about Aldo vs Jung.

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