- y Clay Clay The net worth of Clay Guida is $2 million.
- Forty years old Clay Guida stands 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs 155 pounds.
- He played in the Division of Lightweight from 2003 to 2013 and from 2017–to the present, in the Division of Featherweight from 2013 to 2016.
- His maximum reach is 70 inches.
- His stance is Orthodox.
Clay Guida is a reputed American professional mixed martial artist, also known as “The Carpenter.” He is now a lightweight division fighter in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). Since 2003, he has also fought for Strikeforce, the WEC, King of the Cage, and Shooto. He became the Strikeforce Lightweight Champion.
Early Life and Family
Clay Guida was born on December 8, 1981, in Round Lake, Illinois, United States. His full name is Clayton Charles Guida. He is the son of his father, Chuck Guida, and his mother, Debbie Guida.
He has a brother named Jason Guida. His brother is also a former professional mixed martial artist. Clay went to William Rainey Harper College in Palatine, Illinois.
Professional Fighting Career
Clay Guida is still active in his professional fighting career. He has been connected with the Midwest Training Center since 2009, with Jackson-Wink MMA from 2009 to 2015, and with Team Alpha Male from 2015 to the present.
Clay fought in a total of 60 fights in the ring. He won the 38 and lost to the 22 in the fighting.
Aside from his stellar professional career, he has been involved with sponsorship and has appeared in a national commercial for SafeAuto Insurance.
Clay Guida achievements
In his glorious professional career, Clay Guida has been honored with many.
- 6x Fight of the Night (Opponents: Tyson Griffin, Roger Huerta, Nate Diaz, Diego Sanchez, Benson Henderson, and Tatsuya Kawajiri)
- UFC Hall of Fame (fight wing, class of 2019)
- 3x Submission of the Night (Opponents: Justin James, Shannon Gugerty, and Takanori) Gomi
- Performance of the Night (Opponents: Leonardo Santos)
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