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Fans have been asking for months what the main event of UFC Fight Night 154 would be, and for the longest time, no one understood. The event takes place June 22 at Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, South Carolina, and with local boy Stephen”Wonderboy” Thompson unavailable to fight soon after the beating he took against Anthony Pettis in March, it was difficult to predict who would headline the card. We understand. The UFC announced this week that the primary event of UFC Fight Night 154 is going to be an exciting five-round featherweight struggle between”The Korean Zombie” Chan Sung Jung and Renato Moicano. These are a couple of the best featherweights in the world, and this battle should be a good deal of fun. It might not be a title battle, but you would be hard-pressed to see any lovers whine about this struggle Jung (14-5) is coming from a last-second KO loss to Yair Rodriguez in UFC Fight Night 139 in one of the most significant MMA battles of all time. Jung was well on his way to winning the bout before he got caught with an unorthodox upward elbow by Rodriguez in the 4:59 mark of the fifth round and suffered a shocking knockout loss. The defeat dropped his UFC record to 4-2, but the fact he’s won six bucks in six UFC fights says what about Jung. Lose or win, Jung is one of the most exciting fighters we’ve ever seen in this sport. It will be tricky to recover from such a brutal KO after such a warfare of a fight, but after taking over six weeks off to heal up, hopefully he’s 100% healthy and good to go for this battle. The loss to Rodriguez knocked him out of this featherweight title picture for now, but if he can conquer Moicano, he’ll jump right back in the mix. Moicano (13-2-1) is also coming from a brutal KO loss, this one to Jose Aldo back in UFC Fight Night 144. Like Jung, Moicano was winning the struggle until Aldo turned back the clock unleashed a violent flurry of strikes that transpired Moicano out. He’s 5-2 in the UFC and one of the best featherweights in the world. Besides losses to Aldo and Brian Ortega — there is no shame to shedding to either of these guys — Moicano has been among the best featherweights from the UFC otherwise. Like Jung, he wants to rally from his last loss in order to rejoin the featherweight title mix, but there’s no reason to thing that he can not do it. The odds for this fight should be interesting when they come outside, but when I had to guess, Moicano will be slightly favored. Bettors will probably be seeking to fade Jung coming from the lousy autumn while Moicano is someone who constantly gets a ton of respect from the betting public. But it’s definitely a close fight that could go either way, and MMA fans in Carolina should be excited they landed this exciting fight as the main event of UFC Fight Night 154. Disclaimer: This page contains MMA Odds Breaker and affiliate links is going to be paid after clicking on the hyperlinks if you make a purchase. Read more: