Clay Guida: Built To Last

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Each of Guida’s previous five fights took place in the UFC APEX, and while he was grateful for the opportunity to compete through the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond, nothing beats the rush of fighting in front of adoring fans.

“I’ve been locked in a cage for a long time, over a full contract,” Guida said. “I cannot wait to get in that full-sized Octagon in front of our hometown, Florida crowd because this is a fighting state, and we’re going to fight for Florida. Man, you’re going to see The Carpenter come unleashed come Saturday night.”

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Mixed martial arts is not short of unique icons, and Guida is right up there among them for a variety of reasons. On December 3, he adds another milestone to his career, but perhaps the most impressive part is the fact that he looks the furthest thing from slowing down.

“I knew we were built to last,” he said. “Longevity is what we’re known for, and hard work, so it’s just like anything. You put the hard work in, and you see the results. We’re here to stay.”

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