On April 13, the long-awaited matchup between UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway and Chan Sung Jung, otherwise known as “The Korean Zombie” will take place at UFC Fight Night from Florida. It is an exciting bout for fight fans around the world and one that could determine who will be crowned the undisputed champion in this weight class.
Max Holloway enters this fight with a 22-6 record overall, including 19 wins by finish. He has been on a roll lately, having won his last 12 fights in a row dating back to 2013. His striking is incredibly accurate and powerful – he lands nearly five significant strikes per minute while defending over 63% of opponent’s attempts. Additionally, he has developed excellent takedown defense which is why it’s hard to see him going down by submissions or any other ground game tactics from The Korean Zombie.
Chan Sung Jung has been on a tear since coming back from military service in South Korea in 2017. With an impressive 16-5 record overall including 12 finishes (nine knockouts), his power punching combined with high volume makes him dangerous for anyone standing across from him inside the octagon. That being said, Holloway should pay attention to his submission game – “The Korean Zombie” holds six submission victories under his belt so far throughout career and he seems comfortable enough on top or bottom position against any given opponents which means Holloway needs to use caution if/when they end up grappling each other during this fight night showpiece event..
Despite all of these advantages that both fighters have going into this bout, one fighter stands out more than the other: Max Holloway (-704) looks poised to claim victory over “The Korean Zombie (+500). His combination of offensive striking prowess along with defensive wrestling ability gives him just enough edge over Jung when it comes down to decision making process inside octagon ring – not only does he know how defend himself well but also able make quick decisions whether engage grapples or keep things standing up depending on situation; compared The Korean Zombie who likes go all out regardless what opponents do which might cost him too much energy late rounds leading inevitable loss due fatigue built up throughout entire match (so far none MMA fighters could stop reach exhaustion point even if they manage hold off damage taken earlier fights). So based on these facts alone plus previous records both fighters have made thus far seem like odds favor Max Holloway slightly here although anything can happen once bell rings start everything off course!