Synonyms for jhun or Related words with jhun

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Examples of "jhun"
Jhun made his UFC debut on August 21, 2004 at UFC 49 against Chris Lytle. Jhun was defeated via guillotine choke submission in the first round.
Ronald Andrew Jhun (born September 21, 1970) is an American professional mixed martial artist who most recently competed in the Welterweight division. A professional competitor since 1998, Jhun has formerly competed for the UFC, Strikeforce, Shooto, King of the Cage, Rumble on the Rock, and the World Fighting Alliance. Jhun is the former King of the Cage Welterweight Champion.
Jhun made his professional mixed martial arts debut in 1998, competing under the SuperBrawl banner. Jhun compiled an overall record of 21-11-1 and won the King of the Cage Welterweight Championship before being signed by the UFC.
Candelario "Jhun" Cayona worked for radio station DXLL in Zamboanga City. He died on May 30, 2001.
Jhun returned to the regional circuit, and went on a ten-fight losing streak during which he competed at against Eugene Jackson in a Middleweight bout on December 8, 2006. Jhun, who had faced Jackson in his professional debut, again lost in the rematch via rear-naked choke submission in the first round.
Born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, Jhun competed in football through high school and also competed in wrestling during his junior and senior years. After graduating, Jhun was introduced to mixed martial arts by his brother-in-law, Ray Cooper, and David Pa'aluhi, who would both also go on to have success as professional MMA fighters.
Ryan S. Jhun (; born 28 February 1979), is a South Korean songwriter and producer. He founded and became chief executive officer of Marcan Entertainment.
Trigg participated in Rumble on the Rock's 2006 welterweight tournament, winning his first round fight against Ronald Jhun. He was upset in the second round by Carlos Condit.
After a successful outing in the U.S., Leites returned to Brazil to fight Gustavo Machado, who was coming off two wins in the Japanese Pancrase organization. Leites defeated the more experienced Machado by submission in the third round, and was invited back to Rumble on the Rock to fight Hawaiian Ronald Jhun in September. Despite fighting a hometown favorite, Leites notched his sixth victory, defeating Jhun by technical knockout in the later half of the fight.
Anderson was discovered by Joross Gamboa when Gamboa performed in Anderson's hometown. Gamboa introduced him to his manager, Jhun Reyes, who brought him to ABS-CBN for the first season of "".
Jhun has gone 2-6 in his last eight fights, but on August 7, 2010, defeated Michael Winkelspecht via rear-naked choke submission in the second round to become the X-1 Middleweight Champion.
Yong Duk Jhun (born 1971) is a South Korean cinematographer and animator. He is head of layout at DreamWorks Animation. He is best known for his work on "Kung Fu Panda" (2008), "Shrek Forever After" (2010) and "Trolls" (2016).
The follow-up single "No Other", digitally released on 25 June, is a dance-pop track. It was produced by New York-based producers Reefa, Denzil (DR) Remedios, Kibwe (12Keyz) Luke and Ryan Jhun, who have worked with other hip-hop artists such as Fabolous, Ludacris and The Game.
The second single, "Neverland", was released on September 1 along with the other tracks from the album. "NEVERLAND", in contrast to the autotune trend, the vocals were recorded one by one. It was written by JD Reli, produced by conductor Ryan Jhun as well as Adam Kapit, and Korean lyrics were written by Misfit.
After his submission win over Ronald Jhun, earning Miller his first Superbrawl Championship, a riot broke out and Miller was punched in the back of the head by a fellow fighter, Mark Moreno. This set the stage for a grudge match, and Miller dominated Moreno, finishing him with an armbar at the end of round one making the shaka sign before finishing him.
A demo version of the song was leaked in February 2013, in response to which producer Ryan Jhun later gave a warning to illegal downloaders on May 29, 2013, "...I will report it to FBI and service department for all links...".
Cruz, busy with other projects, was replaced as singer by Jhun Mora, with Liz Relleva as backing singer. Around this time the band started performing their own compositions, including "Nail", "The Day My Cat Died", the emotionally charged duet "Between Edges" and the angst-ridden "Tablado Ka" (You're Betrayed), which would become their first radio hit. These four songs would form their lo-fi EP, "Shampoo Your Face!", which they distributed to radio networks and music companies as demos.
J.T. Taylor is an American mixed martial artist born in Oregon. Known as The General, he has fought notable fighters such as Shonie Carter, Rhonald Jhun, Chris Lytle, and Ryan Schultz. He fought a total of four times for the World Extreme Cagefighting organization. He recently wrestled to a draw in a Budofights event. Lyle Beerbohm called Taylor out, but the fight has yet to materialise.
Some Filipinos use creative spelling to further distinguish themselves, such as by adding the letter "h" or changing "b" to "v" to convert the commonplace "Boy" to the distinctive "Vhoy". Thus creative spellings like "Jhim", "Bhess", or "Jhun/Juhn". Filipinos with repetitive nicknames like "Bingbing", "Tintin", or "Jamjam" now also further shorten their nicknames by putting a numeral "2" after the first syllable, as if it had an exponent ("Bingbing" becomes "Bing-squared"): "Bing2", "Tin2", and "Jam2".
In a study by the National Institute of the Korean Language based on 2007 application data for South Korean passports, it was found that 67% of people with this family name spelled it in Latin letters as Jeon in their passports, while 23% spelled it Jun, and 4.9% spelled it Chun. Rarer alternative spellings (the remaining 5.1%) included Chon, Cheon, Jean, Jeun, Jen, Jhun, and Zeon.