Raul Rosas Jr

Raul Rosas Jr

Despite losing the most recent UFC fight, Raul Rosas Jr is proving to be a very good fighter. His future plans include working for the United States Navy. He has also made some big changes to his style and is aiming to become a welterweight.


Currently residing in Santa Rosa, California, Raul Rosas Jr is a Mexican-based fighter who made his UFC debut on 20 September 2019. The 17-year-old has been touted as the youngest fighter ever signed by the company. Despite his young age, the youngster already has six professional fights under his belt, including two knockouts and four submissions.

Rosas has been training at Eddie Bravo’s 10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu in Las Vegas, Nevada. He has also trained with Cobrinha Jiu-Jitsu, a Brazilian martial arts academy in Tijuana, Mexico.

He is ranked as the #74 Latin America Pro Bantamweight competitor. He has had a perfect finish rate. His last three wins have come by way of submission. He is a grappler with a slick style from the bottom and can move from top control.

After a dominant performance in his first professional bout, Rosas was called up to the Contender Series. He won his next fight by a unanimous decision. That victory landed him a UFC contract. In his debut fight at UFC 282, he took on veteran Jay Perrin.

At the post-fight press conference, Bill White praised Rosas. He said that the youngster is ready to step into the UFC.

The company’s president, Dana White, has high hopes for the youngster. He says he has the potential to make history in the bantamweight division.

Having already won five professional fights, he is a well-rounded fighter who has the ability to win from the ground or in the top control. He wants to take the title from Aljamain Sterling. He has also said that he wants to be the youngest champion in the UFC.

At a young age, Rosas is already one of the best-rounded athletes in the UFC. His jiu-jitsu skills and elite level wrestling have impressed White and the company.

During his amateur career, he went 6-0. His submission victories included a victory over Joel Pena, a win over Andres Portocarrero and a win over Francisco Villanueva. He has also defeated Jose Guadaloza.

In his latest fight, he defeated Mando Gutierrez by a unanimous decision. He improved to 6-0 in the professional ranks and has six of his seven wins by submission.

UFC career

Almost two months after his 17th birthday, Raul Rosas Jr. signed a contract with the UFC. This makes him the youngest fighter to ever sign with the sport’s biggest promotion. He also became the youngest UFC winner in history.

While the UFC hasn’t yet announced his next opponent, it is likely that Rosas will be tested in the bantamweight division. After all, he’s a natural ground fighter and has shown superior grappling skills.

The UFC president said he never saw a fighter like Rosas before. He was impressed by the Mexican’s performance at DWCS 55. He called him a “legitimate threat” in the bantamweight division.

It’s no surprise that the UFC signed a contract with Rosas, considering he’s already won five professional fights. He was also a dominant performer in his first UFC bout against Jay Perrin. He used his superior grappling skills and ground game to win the first round. He then locked in a rear-naked choke to secure the victory.

The win also improved Rosas’ perfect record to 7-0. He’s now considered a candidate for the Fight of the Night.

The UFC released a video of the fight, which highlights Rosas’ impressive striking skills. He used elite-level wrestling to get the takedown, and then controlled back of Perrin for the rest of the round. He also landed a spinning back kick.

It’s important to note that Raul isn’t the only talented teenager in the Bantamweight division. Earlier this year, Rafael Gonzalez fought five amateur fights. He was also a member of the Ultimate Warrior Challenge. He won one of them by knockout. Moreover, he defeated Eduardo Velazquez in the UWC Mexico 30.

When he was only 15 years old, Raul began to practice martial arts. He started training with his father, and he learned to fight professionally from his trainer. In August, he made his MMA debut. His amateur career didn’t go as planned, however.

During his junior year of high school, he quit school to focus on MMA. He then trained at Cobrinha Jiu-Jitsu in Tijuana, Mexico. He also took classes at 10th Planet Las Vegas. Eventually, his family moved to Clovis, N.M. – a small town with less than 40,000 people.

Fight of the night

Earlier this week, 18-year-old Raul Rosas Jr became the youngest fighter to win a UFC fight. He did it in his debut against Jay Perrin at UFC 282 in Las Vegas. Despite his young age, the fighter showed impressive skills and submission skills in his first outing.

During his debut, Rosas fought against veteran Jay Perrin. The two men met on the preliminary fight card of UFC 282.

In the first round, Raul Rosas Jr beat Perrin by a tap out. This is the youngest fight winner in UFC history at 18 years and 63 days old. In addition, it is also the youngest fighter to ever compete in the UFC octagon.

After the victory, Rosas Jr was asked for a bonus. He demanded a bonus of $50,000 to buy his mother a minivan. He wants to continue to be active and stay in the sport. He is currently a senior in high school in Las Vegas.

Dana White was impressed by Rosas’ performance, saying he’d never seen a fighter like him before. But he warned that teenagers shouldn’t be paired with grown men in front of fans. The UFC’s top executives have said physical contact is a barrier for younger athletes.

Although Rosas isn’t old enough to be an official titleholder, his maturity far surpasses his years. He is already a contender in the bantamweight division, chasing the title of Aljamain Sterling. He is also working towards a title shot against Brandon Moreno in Brazil at UFC 283.

He stepped up to the big stage to face Perrin after his first three victories were by submission. The UFC gave him a contract after his win over Mando Gutierrez on the Dana White’s Contender Series in September.

The UFC’s top boss Dana White said he had never seen a fighter as real as Rosas. Several of his older colleagues were impressed with the kid’s performance.

After the win, Rosas was interviewed by Joe Rogan. Rosas said he felt incredible after the win and that he was ready to make a fight whenever the opportunity arises. He is a genuinely talented young man who wants to be a UFC champion.

Future plans

Having been signed to the UFC’s Contender Series, 17-year-old Mexican prospect Raul Rosas Jr. is poised to make his Octagon debut at UFC 282. He has also become the youngest fighter to ever make it on ESPN’s “Top 10” list.

Raul is currently a 6-0 professional athlete and will be competing in the bantamweight division of the UFC. He has fought five times, with four wins by knockout and one by submission. He has been trained by Aljamain Sterling and Merab Dvalishvili. He is 5’9″ and weighs a whopping 135 pounds. He has also competed in the IMMAF world championship in Rome.

The news broke on social media, where Rosas’ agent announced the news. He said that he had been told by Dana White that Rosas had been signed to the UFC’s Contenders series.

While there have been some questions about his age and experience, he is a very promising prospect. He has been trained by some of the best in the business and has already fought professionally.

He has already had five professional fights and is looking forward to another opportunity to show what he has to offer. The UFC is a great place for him to start, and he hopes to repay his parents for their sacrifices.

His parents are Mexican immigrants, but they came to the U.S. from Iztapalapa, Mexico City. They knew that their sons had a knack for fighting. They also knew that they would need to train in Clovis, New Mexico.

He is one of millions of first generation immigrants who come to the United States and are able to rely on sports as a path out of poverty. Many lower socioeconomic families rely on combat sports to help their children escape the cycle of poverty.

When he was 14, Raul fought as an amateur, and at 16, he had his first professional fight. He ranked 22nd among the pro bantamweights in his home country.

While many people were skeptical of his age, it should be noted that men continue to grow until they are at least 18. The UFC has a long history of signing fighters with little or no experience, as it helps to add more excitement to the sport.

Life outside of the Octagon

Those who have followed mixed martial arts for years will know about Rafael Rosas Jr. He is one of the youngest fighters in the UFC, but he is also a rising star. He has already made an impression, and has a lot of fans in the industry.

He is a 17-year-old, and he’s already on the path to becoming a household name. He’s 6-0 in his MMA career, and has made some impressive firsts. He’s the first teenager to fight for the UFC, and he’s also the youngest athlete to join the Contender Series. He’s just a few months away from being legal to drive.

He started his fighting career at the age of four, and he started training with his brother. He went to school full-time while training for his UFC career.

When he turned 18, he was ready to make his octagon debut. He went to Dana White’s Contender Series in September, and he fought an adult in front of the UFC’s boss. He won a three-round unanimous decision. That was enough to earn him a contract with the UFC.

Rosas is a purple belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and he is trained by Eddie Bravo at the 10th Planet Jiu Jitsu in Las Vegas. He says that people who criticize him aren’t really familiar with the sport.

Rosas’ most recent fight saw him go the distance for the first time in his pro career. He beat Mando Gutierrez in a three-round fight. It was a wild and exciting contest, but he secured a submission and a slamming takedown.

After his fight, Dana White praised him for his activity. He said he’s “one of the most slickest and active fighters I’ve ever seen.” And he praised Rosas’ ability to take the back.

He said that Rosas is “one of the best in the country, and he has a great future.” He said that he’s also one of the best wrestlers in the country. He’s a true talent who has the potential to be a top competitor in the MMA world.

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