Scott Tuggle on the Underground forum captured this display of striking prowess from Clay Guida vs Marcus Aurelio.
Tuggle's breakdown is essential to understanding the nuance of Guida's technique:
What we have here is an example of using range and feinting. This took place right before the first lesson. Clay fakes a high five to a sucker right cross. Then follows with a left hook and half of a right leg kick. The secret to this combo was to target about 2 feet in front of your opponent. This gets in his head. By this time Clay has his opponent thinking.."Does this guy really want to hit me? Where am I? Am I here or two feet in front of me?" The ensuing mental confusion allows Clay to move in to the correct distance and unleash his real attack while Aurelio ponders reality.