Chan Sung Jung vs. Mark Hominick Targeted for UFC 140 in Toronto

A match up between UFC featherweights Chan Sung Jung and Mark Hominick is in the works for UFC 140 in Toronto. A source close to "The Korean Zombie" relayed that the fight was green lit and a source from Hominick's camp confirmed to Bloody Elbow that he will be fighting at the event.

Chan Sung Jung (11-3) debuted in North America with a bang against Leonard Garcia at WEC 48. Despite losing a split decision, the back and forth brawl was deemed Fight of the Century and Jung was a hit with fans. Disappointment would follow for the Korean Top Team fighter, as George Roop became the first fighter to knock him out, but he submitted Leonard Garcia with the Octagon's first Twister in their rematch at UFC Fight Night 24 in March.

Canadian Mark Hominick (20-9) is fresh off a gutsy title fight with champ Jose Aldo at UFC 129. The loss snapped a five-fight streak for the Team Tompkins kickboxer that included Yves Jabouin, Leonard Garcia and George Roop.

"The Machine" makes for an intriguing match up with Jung. Both fighters have complete ground games but prefer to handle things standing, where Hominick is a clever technician and Jung is an aggressive brawler.

UFC 140 is scheduled for December 10 in Toronto, Canada, where the promotion set new North American records for gate and attendance with the UFC 129: St. Pierre vs. Shields show.

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