By now, you should know what to expect from a Clay Guida fight – including what happens between rounds.
“The Carpenter” is going to be a non-stop bundle of energy – before, during and after the contest – including in the moments before he steps in the cage, when his brother will slap him repeatedly (and quite firmly) in the face.
He’s going to be aggressive. Hair is going to fly everywhere. There’s probably going to be some blood.
And, of course, he’s going to belch at some point in the fight.
Guida’s latest emission came between the second and third rounds of his lightweight scrap with B.J. Penn at Saturday’s UFC 237 event at Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro, and it’s a pretty strong effort.
Now, before you critique Guida (35-18 MMA, 15-12 UFC) before being crass, pay attention to his polite delivery – head turned away from his corner, politely warning cutman Mike Afanasiev. That’s a true gentleman.
Check it out in the video above.
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Source: USA Today – MMA Junkie
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