Good point, Jury is a big finisher. Although if Johnson stays cautious and mixes things up well, I see Jury struggling. The only back and forth fight we've seen him in, he looked tentative and out of place, and that was against Iaquinta. I think Al exposed Jury a lot in that fight by showing that Jury struggles if he's unable to control the pace of the fight. He said it best before the fight by saying he's been in some wars in MMA while Jury hasn't. Experience in a very close fight can come a long way. Hopefully Jury learned a lot in that fight so this one turns out to be quite competitive.
Going with Johnson by decision.
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