Clay Guida vs. Roger Huerta Targeted for December’s “TUF” Finale Posted by MMA Junkie on September 26, 2007 at 11:26 am ET The rumors appear legit. MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com) has learned that UFC and Spike TV officials are working on a Clay Guida vs. Roger Huerta fight that would headline The Ultimate Fighter 6 Finale. The event takes place Dec. 8 at The Palms Las Vegas and airs on Spike TV. Although Spike TV officials had no comment about the fight, sources close to both fighters confirm that the main-event bout is in the works. Contracts for the fight have not been signed, though. Huerta (19-1-1 MMA, 5-0 UFC), who was featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated in May, has rose to prominence during his five-fight win streak in the UFC. After defeating Jason Dent and John Halverson, Huerta topped Leonard Garcia in a legendary unanimous-decision victory at UFC 69. The heavily marketed fighter most recently scored a third-round TKO of Alberto Crane last month at UFC 74. Guida (22-8 MMA, 2-2 UFC), a Midwest-based veteran with 30 fights in just four years, made his octagon debut at UFC 64 with a second-round submission of Justin James. After controversial decision losses to Din Thomas and Tyson Griffin, he rebounded with a win over Marcus Aurelio last month at UFC 74. Guida dominated the fight, and though two judges awarded him winning scores of 30-27, one judge gave the victory to Aurelio with a 29-28 score. In addition to Guida vs. Huerta, the two finalists from “The Ultimate Fighter: Team Hughes vs. Team Serra,” the latest installment of the popular Spike TV reality series, will also compete at the event.