Raul Rosas Jr. History presented.
The 17-year-old bantamweight became the youngest UFC fighter in history on Tuesday, striking a full-time deal with promotion after winning his co-championship. competitor series bout against Gutierrez drivingheld at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas.
The Mexican national outperformed Gutierrez (7-2) in all three rounds and showed creative style, nearly pulling off Solove’s extended attempt in the first round and taking down his 25-year-old opponent in the second frame particularly impressively. Fake airplane knee sequence. It was an impressive overall performance – and one showed that Rosas Jr. (6-0) He might actually be a force in the UFC before long.
In the end, the three judges scored 30-27 in the competition in favor of the youngster.
“There was nothing to discuss. We didn’t even talk about it there. The UFC president said… I’ve never seen anything like this Dana White.
“He’s very positively talented, he’s special, he’s different. At 17, you don’t see kids that age treat themselves that way.”
“Since I was born, I knew this was going to happen, so not everyone should be surprised,” said beaming Rosas Jr. “I’m the new king here, so I’m coming for this belt now.”
Finished Rosas Jr. His night pledged to become the UFC Champion at the age of twenty.
A history-making moment culminated at Rosas Jr. An evening of five UFC decades, each Tuesday event winner signed their ticket in MMA’s biggest promotion.
“I’m mortal, I can do that,” Ferreira said afterwards.
“Remember the name. I will smash everyone in the oath.”
The 34-year-old former NFL player did his best on his second try, going unbeaten before Richard Jacobi (6-1-1) with a punch from the first round. Having been taken down and installed early, Lin reversed the situation and smashed his opponent to the ground with repeated punches from a standing position, finishing at 4:34 of the first round.
“I was happy for this. I had some adversity, this [the story] Lynn said. “I beat it, I accomplished it. And now we are here.”
Aliyev, a 22-year-old lightweight fighter from Tajikistan, needed one takedown to signal the beginning of the end and Wake’s edge under his stifling control.
My country is 93 percent of the mountains. I am the mountain eagle, the true mountain eagle,” Aliyev said, referring to the former UFC lightweight champion. Khabib “Eagle” Nurmagomedov. “I’m a problem in the lightweight department. I’m ready next week [for a] fights.”
After a back-and-forth scrap that saw him suffer heavy damage from Echeverria’s leg kicks, Filho knocked Echeverria out of nowhere with his massive left hand, then signed his UFC deal with punch-ups at the 1:31 mark of Round 3.
“My leg was hurting, but my hand wasn’t,” Philo said afterwards with a smile.
- Bruno Ferreira def. Leon Aliu via TKO (punches) at 1:35 of the first round
- Raul Rosas Jr. def. Mando Gutierrez by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
- Austin Lane defeated. Richard Jacobi via TKO (punches) at 4:34, first round
- Norolo Aliyev def. Josh Wake via TKO (Punches) at 4:36 of the first round
- Gavl Filho Dev. Roybert Echeverria via TKO (punches) at 3:13 of the third round