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"I think a lot of people like watching Clay fight because he's always going to be in your face, he's always right there. He's one of those guys who's not the most technical fighter in the world, but I tell you on any given day he can beat you -- and that goes from the best at 155 to the middle of the pack. He's always right there and he's gonna be knockin' on that door so I have to be ready. It's not hard to get up for a fight against Clay Guida. I know I have my hands full and it's a fight I'm looking forward to. It's an honor to fight a guy like that and hopefully we can have a war like he's had in the past and put on a good fight. I don't know how it's going to finish but it's going to be an exciting fight while it lasts. I definitely don't want to win by judges decision, I'm going to try and make a statement with this fight."
Former number one lightweight contender Kenny Florian talks about his upcoming war against frizzy-haired fightmonger Clay Guida at UFC 107 in Memphis on Dec. 12. He’s eager to get back on the horse and start finishing more fights to earn another crack at the elusive title, which has so far alluded him twice. He rattled of six consecutive wins to earn another opportunity opposite "The Prodigy" at UFC 101, but once again came up short. Will the third time be the charm for Florian? Or will "The Carpenter" send him to the back of the line?