Fightrope Athlete Spotlight
Myles “Fury” Jury
MMA athlete for Bellator is showcasing his skills this weekend. At Bellator 261 Myles will fight his way into title contention. Fury is a fightrope endorsed fighter who uses fightrope to maintain his extremely high level of fitness as a pro mixed martial artist. During camp and before competition Myles uses his fightrope for high level training.
“We start practice with fightrope, ten minutes and well into our shadow fighting we use the best tool a fighter can have,” he said after one grueling practice. His training partner and longtime UFC veteran Jeremy “lil heathen” Stephens holds fightrope in high regard as a premier tool for any fighters fight camp. At Alliance MMA Myles hones his skills and remains the number for lightweight in the Bellator rankings and some say the world across organizations.
With a record of 19-5-0 you can say that Myles means business in his upcoming fight against a game opponent in Sydney Outlaw for Bellator 261, where after this trial he will be in contention for a title. As a veteran of the sport expect to see his brilliant stand up and if need be very good wrestling and Brazilian jujitsu. Fightrope athletes are no stranger to titles across organizations with several fighters ranked in the top ten respectively to their weight class.
Myles is a great example of a warrior and he aligns with the mission of fightrope to keep forging ahead and rage into the unknown like the brightest flame. Watch his journey continue to roar ahead as he etches his way into greatness!