His main problem is that he wants to be a celebrity more than he wants to be a martial artist. He wants to be the Kobe Bryant or Reggie Bush of the UFC. He's way too concerned about being on a highlight reel. Guillard obviously has the physical tools to be a top five UFC Lightweight, but he seriously needs direction in the worst way possible. Sadly, if training at Jackson's can't pull it all together for him, I don't know what will. I think that Guillard should go back to training at Jackson's because at least he was kept in check and he was improving. I just don't get how you can have trained in the arts for ten years, and still have such atrocious jiu-jitsu. I don't know if it's his own apathy or what, but Guillard makes fundamental mistakes that you're taught from the get go to avoid, it's painful and hilarious to watch.
Jim Miller is a TOUGH man and an AWESOME guy. He's definitly in my top five favorite fighters, hopefully he'll build off of this win and keep improving.