Remember when Myles Jury was a hot up-and-comer mowing down opponents left and right?
We stopped seeing that guy sometime around 2014. But the old-school Jury showed up with a vengeance Saturday night.
“It feels great to be back,” said Jury, who snapped a two-fight losing streak. “The last two years were losing, I don’t like losing, so I keep coming back, keep growing, keep facing my fears, to come back out here and win is awesome.”
Jury wasted little time taking De La Torre to the mat. Jury got his back, bodylocked him and rained down punches, while occasionally attempting submissions. De La Torre withstood a wicked beating and was a bloody mess by the referee Dan Miragliotta waved off the bout.
Jury earned his 13th career stoppage, while De La Torre (14-7, 1 NC) lost for the third time in his past four fights.