But he's done enough in his mixed martial arts (MMA) career to put himself just two wins away from the World Series of Fighting (WSOF) 155-pound strap, according to promotion Vice President Ali Abdel-Aziz (via MMA Fighting).
"I have big interest in Melvin. The guy is exciting and he always puts on great fights win, lose or draw. And I got the chance to train with him and spar with him, and the guy if he's focused, and he's training, Melvin Guillard is dangerous. I'd like to maybe get him a couple of wins, and maybe he can fight for the title one day. [Melvin] said he wanted to be a champion, and he fought in the UFC five or six times and didn't get a title shot. Listen, get two wins in here and you get a title shot."