chan sung jung defeats mark hominick in seven seconds

I'll admit I'm not much a fight fan, but this is pretty sweet. Over the weekend at UFC 140 in Toronto, underdog South Korean fighter Chan Sung Jung, aka "The Korean Zombie," took down Mark Hominick in just seven seconds -- tying record for fastest knockout in UFC history. Here's the video (it's short):

If you blinked, you might have missed it:
Chan Sung Jung said he was a better striker than Mark Hominick. Anyone want to argue?

He was spectacular tonight finishing Hominick in a UFC-record tying seven seconds in the pay-per-view opener at UFC 140 in Toronto. Hominick entered the fight as one of the biggest favorites on the card at minus-465.

Nicknamed "The Korean Zombie" for his reckless style, Jung took advantage of a sloppy Hominick. The Canadian came charging to the middle of the Octagon and winged a wild left hook. Zombie stepped back and launched himself forward with a straight right.

Hominick fell to his back and absorbed four clean shots to the face. His hands dropped to his side. All that came in seven seconds and referee Herb Dean had to save Hominick.
According to Wikipedia, they call him "The Korean Zombie" for his ability to continue to fight aggressively, even after taking heavy blows. It looks like things didn't get that far. More here: UFC 140 results recap: Chan Sung Jung vs Mark Hominick fight review and analysis.

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