1 MMA career
2 Personal life
2.1 Cocaine use
3 MMA record
5 External links
 MMA career
In 2005 Guillard fought against Roger Huerta. After Guillard took a competitive decision victory, the fight was ruled a no contest after Huerta appealed the commission making an accusation that Guillard was greasing between rounds.
Guillard later participated in The Ultimate Fighter 2, but was eliminated from the competition after losing by unanimous decision against Josh Burkman. Guillard returned at the season finale, defeating Marcus Davis by technical knockout. Fighting again at welterweight, Guillard lost his next fight, against Josh Neer, by triangle choke submission – which surprised many in attendance. Guillard seemed to control the fight until then, opening a large cut on Neer's forehead in the process.
When the lightweight division was reinstated at UFC 58, Guillard began to transition to the lighter weight class. He made his lightweight debut in the UFC at UFC 60, defeating Rick Davis by first round knockout. On September 23, 2006 Guillard fought former WEC lightweight champion Gabe Ruediger, at UFC 63. Guillard won the fight via KO with a body blow. Guillard lost his fight against Rich Clementi at UFC 79 by rear-naked choke at 4:40 of the first round. Both before and after the bout there was heated trash talking which included Guillard giving Clementi the finger during the introductions. Guillard also attempted to attack Clementi after being submitted, but was restrained by referee Herb Dean.
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