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Adversity won't keep Myles Jury from the title

UFC 182 was supposed to be Myles Jury's coming out party. He was 15-0 and taking on Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone at the UFC's big New Year's event. At the conclusion of the co-main event, Jury's record stood at 15-1, his first defeat after a unanimous 30-27 decision at the hands of the #4 lightweight fighter in the world.

Big time athletes have God given talents, talents that separate them from the rest. Barry Bonds, Wayne Gretzky, Michael Jordan, Tom Brady, and Anderson Silva are all, at one time, the absolute best in the world at their respective professions. If they missed the game-winning shot, or hit the game-winning home run, these students of the game continued to look for ways to improve and take their craft to the next level.

Multiple Indy leagues looking for talent

It's not really a surprise to find teams and their scouts or managers from all over attending a tryout, but having teams from multiple leagues at the same event is a different story.

Every independent league is different. The talent in each isn't comparable. They are similar, but some are noticeably stronger than others. In any case, having a variety of eyes scouting players isn't a bad thing.

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Miles Jury