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Their first fight was an all time classic. The second was an exhibition in dominance by Chan Sung Jung "The Korean Zombie" over Leonard Garcia. Jung dominated the fight over two rounds both standing and on the ground and then ended the fight with a neck crank submission called "the Twister" in MMA at 3:59 of the second round.
The fight opened the Spike TV broadcast of UFC Fight Night 24 from Seattle, Washington. The card is headlined by Antonio Rogerio Nogeira vs Phil Davis.
The hold is known as a guillotine in amateur wrestling but in MMA there is a throat choke by that name so it's called the Twister after Eddie Bravo's book of the same name. It was the first time the hold had been successfully applied for a finish in UFC history although it's been seen in Japanese MMA before.
Jung credited Eddie Bravo's videos with teaching him the move.
Jung came out throwing leg kicks. Garcia took center cage. Leg kick and right hook by Jung. Garcia with a straight kick to the body. Garcia landed a hard right. They traded high kicks. Jung with a leg kick follow by a straight left that tagged Garcia. Garcia firing hard. Jung with a trip take down after getting the better of a wild standing exchange. Jung worked for an arm bar then ended up in a front headlock. From there Jung landed hard knees to the face, buckling Garcia. Garcia rolled to his back, put his hips up and ate ground and pound from Jung. Garcia spun and the Zombie took his back. The round ended with Jung landing punches to Garcia's face from back mount.
Garcia bounded into the second round but the Zombie landed first with a lead uppercut after Garcia missed with a kick. Jung took center cage before having to retreat from some Garcia hooks. They took turns ducking under one another's hooking punches. Jung leapt into a flying knee before they traded sharp punches. Garcia ducked under a high kick then landed a leg kick. Garcia ate a knee after winging a series of missed hooks and overhands. Jung shot in for a knee tap take down but Garcia danced away. Jung landed a straight punch then a flying knee. That was followed by a trade of high kicks that ended with a stunned Garcia on his ass. Jung followed Garcia down but Garcia pulled guard. From there Jung hurt him with elbows from the top. Garcia rolled to his hands and knees and Jung took his back. Jung then applied
Garcia came in after three straight split decisions -- winning two and losing one. The Zombie came in 0-2 in the WEC, losing a very controversial split decision to Garcia on Spike TV at WEC 48 and getting KO'd by George Roop at 51.
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