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An avalanche of bad news is coming out regarding UFC lightweight Melvin Guillard. Guillard tweeted on Sunday that he is leaving the Blackzilian camp and going back to his previous trainer Greg Jackson in New Mexico. For whatever reason Melvin did not check with the people over at Jackson’s camp and after a unanimous vote from the gym’s leadership Melvin was not allowed back. On top of that Melvin is facing assault charges in New Mexico. Here is the scope via MMA Junkie “According to Bernalillo County (N.M.) court records, Guillard currently faces five charges: two misdemeanor counts of aggravated battery, to which he pled not guilty. Three misdemeanor counts of failure to appear in court were settled. A jury trial on the assault charges is set for April 10, where he faces six months in jail for each count, in addition to fines and probation.“ Tough spot for the Young Assassin and best of luck to him in getting all of this squared away. Thanks to Bloody Elbow for the story.
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On Sunday, UFC lightweight Melvin Guillard (pictured) announced he was leaving the Blackzilians to return to Greg Jackson’s star-studded squad. Well, it appears Guillard tweeted too soon as it seems he’s persona non grata at the famed Albuquerque gym.
According to MMAJunkie, Guillard inquired about a potential reunion through former teammates, who then relayed the information...
UFC lightweight fighter Melvin Guillard is leaving the Blackzillians in South Florida and heading back to his previous camp in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The Young Assassin announced the news via his twitter page
Melvin Guillard spent 2012 with the Blackzilians after loosing to Joe Lauzon within the first minute of round one in October of 2011. Before that loss Melvin was on a...
Who says you can’t go home again? After leaving Greg Jackson’s famed academy to join the Blackzilians following a first round submission loss to Joe Lauzon at UFC 136, Melvin Guillard (pictured) has decided to return to Jackson’s in hopes of resurrecting his once promising career.
“Im no longer a blackzillian I went back to where I belong Jackson’s:-):-):-):-):-)” Guillard...
Following the win Saturday of Anthony Johnson over Andrei Arlovski at the World Series of Fighting II in Atlantic City, New Jersey, news seeped out of the heavily criticized camp of all-stars, that a fighter would be departing. That fighter, would turn out to be none other than Melvin Guillard. Melvin Guillard tweeted that he [...]