source | MMAweekly.com
“Let’s get this straight. Me and Michael Johnson were never really friends. We were just training partners. Let’s straighten that out right there,” Guillard told The Great MMA Debate Podcast when discussing his UFC London opponent.
“We never hung out, we never shot marbles together, we didn’t go out and eat dinner or nothing like that. I only saw him at the gym, and after that, I went my way and he went his way. I never really cared for him as a person. I think he’s a good fighter, but as a person, when you move your friend out here and then throw your friend under the bus and get him get him kicked off the team. I think that’s [expletive] as a friend. How could you call yourself a friend?”
“I think he’s just one of those guys who grew up scared of people and then learned how to fight somewhere along the way,” Guillard said. “I can look right through that kid. He ain’t no gangster, that’s for sure.”