Saturday evening, April 24, 2010. Leonard "Bad Boy" Garcia and "The Korean Zombie" Chan Sung Jung stand before the judges, sweating through their logo-covered t-shirts, waiting for the scorecards. Between the exhausted featherweights is a trash heap of telegraphed kicks, exposed jaws, and reckless haymakers far off the mark, piled one on top of the other, over and over. No otherworldly jiu-jitsu was to be had in their 15-minute fight, and no immaculate boxing, either. Garcia vs. Jung was a dog fight, a game of chicken, a trench war 1914. It was the sloppiest, most reckless, bullheaded display of mixed martial arts we've seen in months. It may be the best fight we've seen all year.
Leonard "Bad Boy" Garcia (15-6-1)
Win Nam Phan - Decision (Split) TUF 12 Finale
Loss Mark Hominick - Decision (Split) WEC 51
Win Chan Sung Jung - Decision (Split) WEC 48
Chan Sung "The Korean Zombie" Jung (10-3)
Loss George Roop - KO (Head Kick) WEC 51
Loss Leonard Garcia - Decision (Split) WEC 48
Win Matt Jaggers - Submission (Triangle Choke) Sengoku
Mar 26th, live on Spike TV from Seattle, Washington:
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