Charles Jourdain caused heartbreak for “The Korean Superboy” Choi Doo-ho with a second-round TKO that silenced the Sajik Arena at UFC Fight Night Busan. The Canadian weathered some early adversity in the first round before dropping Choi with a right hand in the second round for his first UFC win – and then he asked Dana White for one of the evening’s bonuses. “Uncle Dana, I would love that 50k bonus to move out of my parents’ basement,” Jourdain said in his post-fight interview in the Octagon. UFC Asia senior vice-president Kevin Chang later confirmed at the post-event press conference that Jourdain had indeed won the fight of the night bonus. “Its amazing, I lost my first fight at 155 [pounds] on short notice, but 155 I’m here to stay,” Jourdain added. “I’m not ready to be king – Max Holloway and Alex Volkanovski are the kings. I need to go into peoples’ backyards and show them I’m the new kid on the block.” “Superboy” had not fought in nearly two years, since a TKO by Jeremy Stephens in January 2018, but did not show any signs of rust as he pieced Jourdain up in the first round. Good morning, Quebec! Your boy is here to stay! @JourdainAir #UFCBusan pic.twitter.com/2NTYe4nx6Y — UFC (@ufc) December 21, 2019 Choi dropped his opponent early and tried to pour on the ground and pound, but Jourdain was able to get it back standing. He then dropped Choi himself but the hooter saved the Korean. The two continued to trade blows in a fast-paced match-up before Jourdain landed his shot, killing the atmosphere dead among the crowd. Like he never left the Octagon #UFCBusan pic.twitter.com/uTd8ySWHjU — UFC (@ufc) December 21, 2019 “The first round was tough, my first time I get rocked,” Jourdain added, “It’s super crazy, those moments you wanna give up but you have to fight through them. “He knew I was gonna fight as a southpaw, so I wasn’t sure if my left would go through but man I need to practise on this left hand, my left hand was my baby tonight.” “Superboy” is now 14-4, on a three-fight losing skid after winning his first three bouts in the UFC in entertaining fashion. The first man to beat him in the UFC, Cub Swanson – in a fight of the year contender in 2017 – was also called out by Jourdain. “They say work until your heroes become your rivals – Cub, you’ve been hero of mine for so many years now, I wish you a speedy recovery and would love to face you when you come back in 2020,” Jourdain said.