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“Korean Zombie” Headed For Two-Year Stint In The Korean Military

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Chan Sung Jung’s UFC and MMA career will be put on hold for at least the next two years, as the “Korean Zombie” enters into the Korean military.

Jung, who has been recovering from injuries suffered in a title-fight loss with Jose Aldo last year, posted a message on his official Facebook page on the matter.

October 20th Training Center admission.

After a month-long training, Ward worked for Habitat for humanity.

Somehow I wanted to add one game is no longer allowed, is not.

The public can go to just not lose the sense of movement, rehabilitation can be really glad.

Not long ago, so far two years of space too scared, but now I’m thinking nicely.

Once the world’s top row is a good chance of getting the second more difficult I think now my shoulders fully, even if there seems to not be whom.

However, Downer distanced from the competition that should be a champion right now.

Fight as much as I would like to see Aldo named McGREGOR opponent look like a lot of my situation is a little bit of provocation has failed once too.

I do not necessarily agree with them.

I don’t want to blame anyone, the country, for the second year in a tight, you’ll go by.

Wont go into active duty as a mixed martial arts fighter I’m sorry, I’m sorry to bring to mind.

Better security: many people, ….I hope you still looking good.

Oh. ..Can’t fight for two years and want to say quite a lot do not understand the culture of the army overseas to explain the how …

Please help me with a lot of ability people. ..

Oh and wait for the UFC side, they say.

Dana white and Lorenzo’s brother and she said, I’ve heard that a lot.

After the fight of Aldo … Pro fighter did as the UFC and Dana white gives a heartfelt thank you.

For 2 years … I have my shoulder and now KOREAN ZOMBIE to create ten disciples of MMA, you only care about Korean zombie …There are also plenty of us wait for the KOREAN ZOMBIE MMA amateur Awards looking thanx 20 instead of 30–to my initial Gala.

The 27-year-old native of Pohang, South Korea, Jung (13-4) had his three-fight win streak snapped in 2013 by Aldo. He holds wins over Dustin Poirier and Mark Hominick inside the Octagon, and is a four-time bonus winner.

Ross Finkelstein first reported news of the military enlistment for Jung.