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Following the most stacked card of the year, the UFC looks to put a cap on 2019 with a bang. In the main event, Frankie Edgar (23-7-1) says goodbye to the 145lbs division before heading down to bantamweight. Standing in the way of his going away party is “The Korean Zombie” Chan Sung Jung (15-5), who looks to build his legacy on the back of the former champion.
When the UFC touches down on foreign soil, they like to get the hometown fans into it. As a result, not only is this event being headlined by the biggest name in Korean MMA, but the whole card is stacked with local favorites as well.
On the main card, crowd favorite “The Korean Superboy” Doo Ho Choi (14-3) makes his return after nearly two years outside of the cage. His back-to-back classics with Jeremy Stephens and Cub Swanson have fans begging for more and Choi eager to give it to them. Plus, other top Korean fighters Kyung Ho Kang (16-8) and Da Un Jung (12-2) will be in action.
“The Korean Superboy” isn’t the only fighter making his long awaited return to the octagon. Kicking off the card is Ryan Benoit (10-5), who has been out of commission for over two years. The top 15 flyweight will be making his first foray into the 135lbs class as he faces Heili Alateng (13-7-1)
Amanda Lemos (6-1-1) also returns after over two years outside of the cage albeit for different reasons. Having last fought Bellator’s Leslie Smith back in July of 2017, she gets another chance against Miranda Granger (7-0) in a flyweight bout.
Chan Sung Jung(14-5-0)
Da Un Jung(10-2-0)
Jun Yong Park(9-3-0)
Kyung Ho Kang(15-8-0)
Dong Hyun Ma(16-8-3)
Omar Antonio Morales Ferrer(8-0-0)
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