Take a look back at Chan Sung Jung’s most memorable submission win

Maggie Hendricks

Chan Sung Jung is fighting for the featherweight title on Saturday, so take a look back at one of his best moments in the UFC. As you watch Jung's twister submission of Leonard Garcia, remember the history of this bout.

At WEC 48, Jung and Leonard Garcia put on one of the most entertaining bouts of the year. Though it was close, the scales appeared to tip in "The Korean Zombie's" favor, but the judges didn't agree. Garcia was awarded the win.

The pair rematched at UFC Fight Night 24 in 2011. This time, Jung didn't want to leave any question who was the winner. He used the not-often-seen twister to get the win at the end of the second round.

After this win, he knocked out Mark Hominick in seven seconds. Next, he beat Dustin Poirier with a fourth-round submission, which was his last fight before Saturday's championship bout.

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