Well-travelled fighter Melvin Guillard happy at new home

Melvin Guillard (right) strikes Ronys Torres during UFC 109 at Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las...

Melvin Guillard (right) strikes Ronys Torres during UFC 109 at Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Feb. 6, 2010. (JOSH HEDGES/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

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Perhaps no fighter on the UFC roster has switched camps more times in the past few years than Melvin (The Young Assassin) Guillard.

Following a 5-0 run with Jackson's MMA in Albuquerque, N.M., Guillard jumped ship to the Blackzilians in 2011. Though he admitted the move benefited his home life, the lightweight KO artist went 1-4 with the south Florida-based team.

Earlier this year he attempted to rejoin Jackson's, but the camp's fighters voted to turn him away. Guillard then landed at Colorado's Grudge Training Center and proceeded to net a spectacular KO win over Mac Danzig in July.

But just when it looked like The Ultimate Fighter 2 cast member had established a new base of operations, he opted to return to Florida, this time joining American Top Team.

Though he left Grudge on amicable terms, Guillard refused to go into details regarding his departure. He said his nomadic camp-jumping days may not be behind him.

"I don't know if it's over; it depends on how good things go with the team," Guillard told QMI Agency during a phone interview.


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