Originally posted on 5thRound.com  |  Last updated 8/3/13
Well, it appears “The Korean Zombie” Chan Sung Jung may not be the only one to leave UFC 163‘s main event with an injury. According to featherweight king Jose Aldo (pictured), he might have fractured his foot after unleashing his very first kick in the opening round. “When the fight started, the first time I kicked him, he put his knee out. I don’t know if I broke my foot, I don’t know it’s really swollen,” Aldo said through a translator during the post-fight press conference. “We tried to control it in a different way. Everybody already expects for me to be kicking low kicks, but I’m a complete fighter. “I always try to practice everything, wherever the fight goes, I always try to use all my weapons. I don’t have only one weapon. I have a whole arsenal of weapons.” Aldo and Jung, who dislocated his right shoulder just seconds before his TKO loss in the fourth frame, both attended the presser. However, they bounced early to have their wounds examined furt...
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