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How a friends wedding and a few beers brought Myles Jury back to Alliance MMA | MMAjunkie

In my mind, if I have to, I’ll train by myself and fight. As a fighter, that’s just what you do. But sometimes I’m so stubborn that I try doing (expletive) on my own, and I cut myself short. So I do really believe this is where I need to be, training with Eric and Alliance and guys like Jeremy Stephens and stuff like that.” Jury admits he’s not terribly concerned with who he fights next. Focusing too much on what’s ahead only proved problematic in the past, Fury explains. Instead, now content again with his old team, Jury said his focus is only on preparation and performance, and he believes that will provide him all the success he desires. “We’ll see what the UFC wants to do,” Jury said. “I’m 29 – just have some patience. I’m getting better. I’m getting stronger, and if a top-ranked opponent comes, if a title shot comes, whatever, I’m not going to chase it.

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