Chan Sung Jung and Dustin Poirier will both look to make their case as a divisional top contender at Tuesday night's UFC on FUEL 3, but first things first, as both of the featherweights had no problems making weight on Monday's weigh-ins.
Both Jung and Poirier tipped the scales at 145 pounds for their bout, scheduled as the main event from The Patriot Center in Fairfax, Virginia.
As expected, there was little emotion displayed by either side as they shared a brief handshake after squaring off post-weigh in.
Poirier will be looking to extend his win streak under the Zuffa banner to six. To date, he's won all four of his UFC fights, beating both Max Holloway and Pablo Garza by submission, and topping Jason Young and Josh Grispi on points.
Jung, the popular "Korean Zombie" overcame a rough stretch in 2010 of two losses to pull off two of 2011's highlight-reel finishes. The first was a twister submission over Leonard Garcia, the first ever recorded in the octagon, and the second was a seven-second knockout of former top contender Mark Hominick.
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