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Clay Guida vs. Hatsu Hioki Targeted For UFC On Fox 6

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According to a report by the Chicago Sun Times, Clay Guida will be debuting at featherweight vs. Hatsu Hioki in January at UFC On Fox: Johnson Vs. Dodson. The bout will serve as a Homecoming fight for Guida, who hails from Illinois.

Guida (29-13) decided to move down to featherweight after a pair of losses to Gray Maynard and current UFC lightweight champion Ben Henderson. He had won four straight fights prior to the losing skid.

The UFC on Fox 6 lineup is quickly filling up, as the main event features UFC flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson facing John Dodson. Quinton "Rampage" Jackson vs. Glover Teixeira and Anthony Pettis vs. Donald Cerrone are also scheduled.

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Post #1   11/7/12 9:43:52PM   

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They're wasting no time stacking this card. Greats fights announced so far.

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Post #2   11/7/12 9:46:20PM   

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I already love this card & it's hardly full STACKED!!!

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I agree with budge and shane


This card is getting better by the hour

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Post #4   11/7/12 9:56:22PM   

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These FOX cards are beast.

FOX 5... stacked, now FOX 6 is stacking up

Post #5   11/7/12 10:01:46PM   

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good bye Hioki hype train No more title fight talk for you

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Interesting fight.

Hioki's got the edge in technique and range, but Guida (as usual) will have the edge in speed and hustle. I've got 2 questions coming into this -

1) Can Hioki get Guida to the ground? I don't imagine it'd happen through shooting takedowns, more from judo throws and trips from the clinch. If he can catch Guida, he has a chance to get him to the mat, and from there it'll be a war between Hioki's suffocation vs Guida's scrambling. But that's the issue - can Hioki tie up Guida long enough to work those throws and trips.

2) Will Guida repeat the same erratic bobbing and non-engagement he did against Maynard? Hioki's standup is still rudimentary, but he can still catch Guida coming in with a straight right. I think Jackson's camp will push for more aggression, but if Guida fails to engage even in this fight, I'm reasonably confident he'll be a lame duck in the UFC (if not cut entirely).

This fight has a high chance for supreme boredom, but I'll still pay attention for the career ramifications.

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This card

Post #8   11/8/12 12:32:28AM   

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Competitive fight, but I see Guida's hair getting him the nod.

Post #9   11/8/12 1:45:50AM   

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going to be a great card! Fleek mentioned he was going to try to go. i don't blame him. if i lived in the area, i'd go too

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If Guida comes in and utilizes his wrestling I think he takes this on decision and throws himself right into the mix at 145

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Nice opponent for guida
Should be on the main card

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WAR HIOKI

I don't ever want to see guida win

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Posted by voodoo-jitsu

WAR HIOKI

I don't ever want to see guida win



I agree with WAR HIOKI

Also, I think you should probably avoid watching Guida fights in the future, because he is bound to win some of them.

Heck, he may beat Hioki.

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Posted by State_Champ


Posted by voodoo-jitsu

WAR HIOKI

I don't ever want to see guida win



I agree with WAR HIOKI

Also, I think you should probably avoid watching Guida fights in the future, because he is bound to win some of them.

Heck, he may beat Hioki.




Lol let me dream brotha let me dream

The only reason I do watch his fights is to see him lose.

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