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Korean Zombie calls out Max Holloway, says ‘he doesn’t have punching power’

Chan Sung Jung aka The Korean Zombie has called out former featherweight champ Max Holloway following his shutout victory over Dan Ige at UFC Vegas 29, telling reporters at the post-fight press conference that ‘Blessed’, who recently declared himself ‘the best boxer in MMA’, lacks punching power. “Max, he doesn’t...
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The Korean Zombie takes a shot at Max Holloway, says “Blessed” has no punching power

The Korean Zombie took a shot at Max Holloway following his win over Dan Ige at UFC Vegas 29, suggesting that “Blessed” lacks punching power. The Korean Zombie defeated Ige via unanimous decision in the main event of Saturday’s UFC Vegas 29 event, and it was a dominant win that should get him another top-ranked opponent in his next outing. Following the event, the Zombie spoke to the media and was asked who he wants to fight next. When asked if Holloway, the former UFC featherweight champion, was a matchup that interests him, The Korean Zombie took a shot at “Blessed.”
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Korean Zombie calls out Max Holloway: He has no punching power

“The Korean Zombie” Chan Sung Jung returned in fine form at UFC Vegas 29, outpointing Dan Ige handily to win the fight 48–47, 49–46, and 49–46 on the judges’ scorecards. It was a solid bounce back from his loss to Brian Ortega back in October of 2020, and in Jung’s mind it re-established him as ready for a title shot.
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Korean Zombie shocks everyone when he calls out Max Holloway in English (Video)

The Korean Zombie Chan Sung Jung knows that he should be in the title picture after his win at UFC Vegas 29. Chan Sung Jung (aka The Korean Zombie) speaks limited English, so he routinely uses his interpreters to share his thoughts with the media. However, when former UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway was suggested as a potential opponent, jUNG shocked the room by sharing his thoughts on Holloway in perfectly practiced English.

Korean Zombie: Max Holloway Lacks Punching Power So I Can Beat Him

Fresh from his victory at UFC Vegas 29, featherweight Korean Zombie delivered a mic drop moment by declaring he can easily outmatch Max Holloway for punching power. The Korean Zombie, otherwise known as Chan Sung Jung, sent a statement to the featherweight division Saturday night with a dominant unanimous decision win over Dan Ige.

Max Holloway is OUT due to Injury, Giga Chikadze offers to step in

Former UFC featherweight Champion, Max Holloway is out for his fight with Yair Rodriguez on 17 July. It was not revealed what specific injury but the UFC is looking to book on later date. Holloway just came off an all-time great performance against Calvin Kattar. It broke a lot of...

Max Holloway Real Reason For UFC ‘Cancelation’ Leaks

Carlos Contreras Legaspi of ESPN Deportes reported that UFC star Max Holloway is set to miss the July 17 match against Yair Rodriguez. That outlet reported the reason for Holloway’s withdrawal from the match-up is an ‘undisclosed injury’ though interestingly they wouldn’t disclose the injury, and this could be for a reason. The report also noted that the UFC is expected to announce a new main event for the July 17 card in a few days time. Nate Diaz Leaks UFC House Party Drug Video.

Max Holloway withdraws from July 17 return against Yair Rodriguez because of injury, per report

An undisclosed injury to Max Holloway has forced the former featherweight champion to withdraw from his July 17 UFC Fight Night main event against Yair Rodriguez. The heavily anticipated 145-pound fight will be moved to a later date, per ESPN's report on Thursday. With both fighters ranked in the top three at featherweight by the UFC, the fight was expected to produce the next opponent for the winner of the September title fight between the current coaches on "The Ultimate Fighter," defending champion Alexander Volkanovski and Brian Ortega.

Max Holloway out of July 17 bout with Yair Rodriguez

Less than a month after the fight was announced, no. 1 contender Max Holloway has pulled out of his July 17 main event against no. 3 ranked contender Yair Rodriguez due to an injury, according to a report by ESPN’s Brett Okamoto. Holloway (22-6) is coming off of arguably the...

Injured Max Holloway bounced from UFC Vegas 31, Yair Rodriguez fight postponed

Former UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway has been injured and pulled from his Yair Rodriguez headliner at UFC Vegas 31, previously scheduled for Sat., July 17, 2021 inside APEX in Las Vegas, Nevada. That’s according to ESPN Deportes. Holloway, 29, was looking to build on his emphatic victory over Calvin...
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Max Holloway Injured, Fight With Yair Rodriguez Delayed

UFC Vegas 31 goes down on July 17th, and was expected to be headlined by a massive featherweight contest between Max Holloway and Yair Rodriguez. Unfortunately this is not the case, as the former champ has been injured and is unable to compete. Holloway was looking to get his second...

Max Holloway Out of Yair Rodriguez Fight

Max Holloway is out of his scheduled bout with Yair Rodriguez at UFC on ESPN 26. This was first reported by ESPN on Thursday. Max Holloway withdrew as a result of an undisclosed injury. It appears that the bout will be rescheduled when Holloway is fit. Max Holloway out of...

UFC ‘Replacing’ Max Holloway With Surprising Name?

After Max Holloway suffered a recent injury, his bout against Yair Rodriguez might very well need to be rescheduled. Or will it? Although the fight, which was originally set to take place at UFC on ESPN 26 next month has been reported to be rescheduled for a future date, one UFC fighter is willing to take Holloway’s place. Is this top UFC star about to leave for a new company?
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Max Holloway injured, out of UFC Fight Night matchup against Yair Rodriguez

Former UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway is injured and out of his upcoming UFC Fight Night matchup against Yair Rodriguez. ESPN was the first to report that Holloway is injured and out of the fight with Rodriguez. According to the report, the UFC is hoping to reschedule the bout for a future fight card instead of finding someone to fill in on short notice against Rodriguez. With the Holloway vs. Rodriguez fight now off of the UFC’s July 17 card, the promotion will surely be looking to find a replacement headliner on one month’s notice.

Max Holloway Injured, July 17 Match with Yair Rodriguez Postponed

Sign up for ESPN+ right here, and you can then stream the UFC live on your smart TV, computer, phone, tablet or streaming device via the ESPN app. The Ultimate Fighting Championship has lost a much-anticipated headliner a month before it was set to go down. ESPN Deportes first announced...

BREAKING: Max Holloway Out Of July 17 Main Event Against Yair Rodriguez

Max Holloway will not be fighting Yair Rodriguez on July 17. According to ESPN Deportes, Holloway is out of the main event due to suffering an injury in camp. It’s uncertain what the injury is or how severe it is. The hope is the UFC will find a replacement to fight Rodriguez on July 17.