Myles Jury


Makes move to Bellator
July 18, 2019
Jury signed with Bellator on Thursday, Ariel Helwani of ESPN reports.
Jury was fighting under the UFC banner since 2012, but after dropping two fights in a row and four of his last six, "Fury" has decided to move on to another promotion. Barring a return to the promotion, he will have finished his UFC career with an 8-4 record.
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Fights from behind
February 17, 2019
Jury lost to Andre Fili via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) at UFC on ESPN 1 on Sunday in Phoenix.
Jury had to deal with a jab in his face for almost all of this fight. He had some success when he was able to step in with multiple punches, but he spent most of the fight throwing single strikes. Towards the end of the second round, Jury landed his best offense of the fight. He forward with a spinning backfist. It dropped Fili to the ground, and Jury threatened from the mount. However, Fili escaped back to mount. In the third round, Fili picked up the pace with his striking and iced the fight. Jury has now dropped back-to-back fights in the UFC. Prior to this fight, he fell via knockout against Chad Mendes.
Facing Andre Fili in Phoenix
December 14, 2018
Jury will face Andre Fili in a featherweight bout at UFC Phoenix on Feb. 17.
Both fighters will be looking to bounce back from losses suffered in their most recent matches. Jury fell to Chad Mendes by TKO in the first round at UFC Fight Night 133 in July. His counterpart lost by split decision against Michael Johnson at UFC Fight Night 135 in August. Jury has lost just three times in his professional career, but all three defeats have come in his last five matches.
Quickly finished by Chad Mendes Saturday in Boise
July 14, 2018
Jury lost to Chad Mendes via TKO (punches) at 2:52 of Round 1 at UFC Fight Night on Saturday in Boise, Idaho.
One straight left hand by Mendes quickly put an end to Jury's hopes of immediately entering the title conversation in the UFC's featherweight division. Not a whole lot was going on over the course of the first few minutes of the bout, but Jury was unable to recover after Mendes connected despite being giving plenty of time by referee Jason Herzog. Jury won't turn 30 years of age until Halloween, but this felt like a fight that the Michigan native had to have. Instead, he drops to 2-3 in his last five fights dating back to January 2015.
Will fight Chad Mendes in Boise
May 7, 2018
Jury is set to take on Chad Mendes in a featherweight bout at UFC Boise on July 14, Mike Bohn of USA Today reports.
Jury is riding a two-fight winning streak heading into July's event and he's suffered just two losses since joining the UFC in 2012. The 29-year-old should have the upper hand on his 33-year-old opponent given that Mendes is fresh off a two-year ban after he tested positive for a growth hormone. Jury will be looking to expand his UFC record to 9-2 come the bout in Boise.
Takes out Rick Glenn without issue at UFC 219
December 30, 2017
Jury defeated Rick Glenn via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) at UFC 219 on Saturday in Las Vegas.
That guy has fought just twice in the past two-plus years? Jury looked as comfortable as ever as he methodically picked apart an overmatched Glenn from all angles. He used constant movement and combinations to land nearly twice as many (56-29) total strikes as his opponent to go along with a pair of successful takedown attempts. The only thing standing in the way of Jury making a run in the UFC's featherweight division is health. The 29-year-old is supremely talented.