It takes some balls to take a short notice grappling match against a UFC legend. Cage Fury FC president Brad Boulton has some balls.
CFFC had its fourth grappling tournament last weekend. FURY Pro Grappling 4 took place at the 2300 Arena in South Philadelphia, and some last-minute shenanigans took place. UFC lightweight legend Clay Guida was supposed to grapple Alex Caceres in a highly anticipated matchup; however, he pulled out of the contest last minute. Instead of scrapping Guida, CFFC president Boulton stepped in.
And wouldn’t you believe it, like an underdog movie, he submitted Guida! Just kidding.
Guida would submit Boulton, who is a jiu-jitsu black belt himself.
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Guida submitted Boulton with an arm triangle.
Guida is now 2-0 with Fury Pro Grappling, picking up a win at FURY Pro Grappling 3 against Billy Quarantillo in December.
“The Carpenter” is coming off a first-round submission loss to Claudio Puelles at UFC Fight Night: Lemos vs. Andrade.