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Raul Rosas Jr. Sets Sights on Making History as Youngest and First Triple-Division UFC Champion


At just 18 years old, Raul Rosas Jr. made history as the youngest UFC fighter to step into the Octagon. He won his promotional debut at UFC 282 via first-round submission and has since set his sights on making even more history. Rosas Jr. has declared his intention to become the youngest UFC champion and the first three-division UFC champion, winning belts across three weight divisions.


The fighter, nicknamed "El Nino Problema", is set to face Christian Rodriguez at UFC 287 in a fight that Dana White announced alongside the highly-anticipated main event of Alex Pereira vs. Israel Adesanya 2 and the co-main event of Gilbert Burns vs. Jorge Masvidal. This goes to show the level of confidence the UFC has in their young prospect.


Rosas Jr. is a talented and determined fighter who is poised to make a big impact in the sport. He has the skills and the drive to become a champion and his goal of winning belts across three weight divisions is a testament to his ambition and his confidence in his abilities.


Rosas Jr.'s fight against Rodriguez at UFC 287 will be a major test of his skills and a crucial step towards his goal of becoming a three-division champion. Rodriguez is a tough and experienced fighter with a 8-1 record and a victory over Rosas Jr. would be a major accomplishment for him. However, if Rosas Jr. is able to win, he will take a big step towards making history as the youngest and first three-division UFC champion.


In conclusion, Raul Rosas Jr. is a young and talented fighter who is set to make a big impact in the UFC. His goal of becoming the youngest and first three-division UFC champion is a testament to his ambition and his confidence in his abilities. Fans can expect an exciting and intense fight at UFC 287 when Rosas Jr. takes on Christian Rodriguez.

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