Raul Rosas Jr. Wants To Retire As The Greatest Of All Time

18 year old Raul Rosas Jr. has some lofty goals of becoming the greatest of all time and surpassing the likes of Jon Jones.

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Raul Rosas Jr. is setting his sights on becoming the best mixed martial artist of all time. 

The youngest fighter on the UFC roster, Raul Rosas Jr. is not afraid of showing his confidence to the world. He might be the youngest but he believes that one day he will be the best out there. With just one fight under his belt in the UFC Rosas Jr. has already called out the champion of his division and stated his intention of being the GOAT one day. 

Rosas Jr. has already made his intentions of becoming a three-division champion in the UFC but now is adding onto his goals by expressing his desire to become the “Greatest Of All Time” but the time his gloves are left on the canvas. 

“My legacy meets a lot. I just want to make history and break a lot of records, do a lot of stuff that hasn’t been done,” he said to mainevent. “Like, I want to become, for example, the youngest UFC champion, because that’s a challenge. I want to fight in three different weight classes in the future. I’m gonna try to retire as the greatest of all time.”


Raul Rosas Jr. looks to surpass Alexander Volkanovski and Jon Jones on the “All-Time Great” list

Rosas Jr is getting ready for his second walk to the UFC Octagon this coming weekend in Miami. The promotional newcomer will be featured on the main card as he takes on Christian Rodriguez at UFC 287. If Rosas can secure the win, he could find himself up in the rankings at 135 pounds. This would be one step closer to reaching his goal of passing his idols. 

“I want to pass everybody. So if I want to pass, like, for example, somebody what Alex Volkanovski has done, or Jon Jones, that just means that I have to work way harder now, you know, so I want to take these challenges and take it to the next level.”

Rosas Jr. has already broken on record of being the youngest fighter to ever get a UFC contract and the youngest fighter to get a win in the UFC. Now he looks to be the youngest champion and to keep rising up from there. 

Published on April 6, 2023 at 2:59 pm
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