Because Guillard is the one who took Clementi down after rocking him(quite dubiously, in typical old Melvin fashion) and got swept.
Yeah he rocked him went for a big kick and landed on his ass
, he then got up and slammed him but Clementi swept him, went for a couple arm bars. But the finish came when Guillard tried to get back up and Clementi took him down off the cage and then locked in the body scissor.
Clementi had three take downs in that fight, one legit and two "Fitchian ones".
and please....lets not get carried away with this "illegal knee" talk
because Dunham was seeing pink elephants waaaaay before that, and TBH the 2nd "clean" knee that Melvin threw was far more brutal than the "illegal" one.
I don't think mentioning it is "getting carried away"
Don't get me wrong, Dunham was out on his feet, he was in worse shape than Roop. But it wasn't.
The reason I bring it up is two fold, one Melvin was taking a huge risk throwing those knees when Dunham was so close to being down. I think when he threw the knee Dunham's hand was on the ground and it was only Dunham's mental mistake of trying to block the knee that cost him. The second reason is regardless of if he was "winning" or "losing" the fight the rules are clear, Mazzughati would have called the fight for Dunham.