UFC is the largest MMA promotion worldwide and all fighters are welcome to participate. UFC has been a source of inspiration for millions of people over the years.
UFC is a promotion that loves to add fighters to its roster. It frequently searches for talent. It comes from local MMA promotions all over the globe, as well as kickboxing promotions. The Dana White Contender Series is another major platform and it recently signed UFC’s youngest ever signing.
Raul Rosas Jr. is one of the most talented fighters in the UFC. He was only 18 when he received his UFC card. Rosas was born in Santa Rosa in California in 2004. He used to fight at UWC MEXICO before UFC. He defeated Mando Gutierrez in the Contender Series fight in September 2022 and won by unanimous decision.
After Rosas won the Contender Series, Dana White saw the potential in him. It was amazing to see a 17-year old act the way he did during this fight. I was stunned. White stated that after seeing what White just saw, the kid is ready to fight in UFC,” White stated in a UFC press conference.
White immediately offered the UFC contract to the young fighter and it stunned many fans. He has been received with great enthusiasm and is now getting a lot more attention.
Raul Ross Jr is on his way to winning the UFC bantamweight championship
Rosas made his debut last year at UFC282 against Jay Perrin in an amateur bantamweight bout and won it by unanimous decision. He stated that he was eager to get into the UFC bantamweight ranks and win the belt soon after the fight.
He stated that he felt happy, but not satisfied. I’m willing to get back in there as quickly as possible and obtain what I want, which is a title. It went as planned. However, I don’t have the things I want. The belt is what I want. So, I’m not satisfied. Although I am happy with tonight’s performance, I still don’t feel satisfied until the belt is around my waist
Rosas’s ground game has been impressive in his fights, and he looks great for his age. Many fans feel that Rosas needs to improve before he can challenge top five ranked fighters.