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    Default Melvin Guillard finds new home with American Top Team

    http://www.mmamania.com/2013/9/14/47...rican-top-team

    Melvin Guillard has joined American Top Team to prepare for his upcoming bout with Ross Pearson at UFC Fight Night: Bisping vs Munoz at the Phones 4u Arena in Manchester, England.

    Earlier this year, Melvin Guillard split with the Blackzilians, hoping to get back to his winning ways. While with the Florida-based camp, Guillard was unable to put together a winning record inside the Octagon, while with his previous home at Jackson's Submission Fighting, he was working towards a lightweight title shot.

    He hoped that he'd be welcomed back at Jackson's, but that was unfortunately not the case. Instead, for his bout with Mac Danzig at UFC on Fox: Johnson vs Moraga, he trained in Colorado with Trevor Wittman at the Grudge Training Center.

    It appears as if that was only a temporary move as this morning, Hector Lombard posted a photo to his Facebook account announcing that the talented Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight had joined American Top Team (ATT) in Coconut Creek, Florida.

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    Yeah a Mentor in Lombard will do him wonders ahaha.
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    he didn't get welcomed back to Jacksons camp. Sounds like Melvins not controleble atleast for long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lwbrewer View Post
    he didn't get welcomed back to Jacksons camp. Sounds like Melvins not controleble atleast for long.
    Think it had more to do with him leaving on more then one occasion only to want to come back when things didn't work out elsewhere.

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