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Aldo is trained in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu with multiple championships. He is an excellent striker with knockout power. What makes him so dangerous is that he combines that strength with an elite ground game, meaning he's more than happy to fight this on his feet or on the mat. "Junior" Aldo has just one submission victory in his career though. After dominating WEC, which included three KO of the Night Awards, he has regularly made easy work of whomever UFC has thrown his way, most recently beating Frankie Edgar (decision), Chad Mendes (1st-round knockout), Kenny Florian (decision) and Mark Hominick (decision). His Jiu Jitsu should be enough to combat Jung's grappling game, but that will be put to the test Saturday. However, the 26-year-old Brazilian whose lone defeat came back in 2005, will certainly have the crowd in his favor.
Jung has now won three in a row, beating Dustin Poirier (submission), Mark Hominick (1st-round knockout) and Leonard Garcia (submission). Eight of his 13 career wins have been via submission, but The Korean Zombie's favorite attack method is punching, earning him three career KOs. Jung admits that Aldo has more punching power, but Jung uses punches to wear down his opponent little by little. The 26-year-old Jung is also a deft kickboxer, sporting a 15-6 record with 11 KOs in his kickboxing career. A major concern with him will be rust, not having fought in over a year, but his heavy underdog status in this one discounts his ability to end the fight with a surprise submission.
Machida first won the belt in 2009 against Rashad Evans and successfully defended it once against Mauricio Rua, before losing it to Rua in the next fight, his first career loss. Davis is coming off a decision win against Vinny Magalhaes on April 27, before which he submitted Wagner Prado after a no-contest against Prado. Although Davis doesn't have the ideal consistency for a top-notch fighter, he has proven his skills against elite competition. He fell to Rashad Evans 19 months ago for his lone career loss, but made it all five rounds to bring it to the judges. Davis owns wins against Antonio Rogerio Nogueira, Tim Boetsch and Alexander Gustafsson. And he catches Machida at the perfect time, following a shaky split-decision win over Dan Henderson on Feb. 23.
"The Dragon" Machida stands at 6-foot-1, one inch shorter than Davis. Where he truly is at a disadvantage, however, is with reach: Machida's is 74 inches while Davis' is 79. The 35-year-old Machida's karate is powerful, giving him seven career knockouts, but generally he tries to outlast his opponents with 10 decision victories. His combination of karate, speed and Jiu Jitsu makes him an unorthodox fighter, but certainly a dangerous one. Some people see this Brazilian-born brawler still as the top fighter in this division. While that may be true, he didn't look like he was in top form his last time out, and his odds are too short in this one
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