Found August 06, 2013 on Fox Sports:
Moments after Melvin Guillard brilliantly knocked out Mac Danzig at UFC on FOX: Johnson vs. Moraga, he made a bold declaration. Despite only two wins in his previous six fights, Guillard proclaimed himself ready for anyone. "There's no pressure, as long as I'm well prepared and train hard, no one can beat me at 155," he said then. Fresh off that victory, Guillard will face a steep challenge, agreeing to travel to Manchester, England, to face local star Ross Pearson as the co-main event of UFC Fight Night: Bisping vs. Munoz. The news was reported on Tuesday's edition of UFC Tonight. A win could serve to propel Guillard (31-12-2, 1 no contest) back into the lightweight division's upper echelon, where he resided for a lengthy stretch after winning seven of eight bouts from July 2008 to July 2011. Before rebounding with the win over Danzig, Guillard had lost to both Jamie Varner and Donald Cerrone. In Pearson, he'll face a fellow hard-hitting lightwei...

Melvin Guillard vs. Ross Pearson Co-Headlines ‘UFC Fight Night: Bisping vs. Munoz’

On this week’s edition of FUEL TV’s “UFC Tonight,” it was reported a lightweight shootout between Melvin Guillard (pictured) and Ross Pearson will co-headline “UFC Fight Night: Bisping vs. Munoz.” The October 26 event takes place inside Manchester Arena in Manchester, England. Guillard earned a much needed win last month by knocking out Mac Danzig at UFC on FOX 8. ...
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