Our friends from Fight! Magazine bring us a look at Clay Guida and his spartan lifestyle while training in New Mexico for his UFC 125 bout with Takanori Gomi.
While working on his fight game in New Mexico, Guida stays on an RV that he parks on a reservation. It's not the most conventional digs for a professional athlete, but it works for him.
Guida talks about how his training has changed since joining Greg Jackson's Camp. He's been doing more than officiating chicken nugget-eating contests. The training is more structured and he can constantly work on the fundamentals. Since going to Jackson's, he's 2-1, beating Shannon Gugerty and Rafael dos Anjos. Will that be enough to beat Gomi?