Raul Rosas Jr. Contemplates Featherweight Move Amid Growing Physique- “It’s Inevitable That I will Have to Move up to 145”

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Raul Rosas Jr., the 19-year-old phenom and the youngest fighter in UFC history, recently improved his record to 3-1 with a win over Ricky Turcios. However, it’s not just his victories that are catching attention—it’s his physique. Rosas has noticed significant gains in muscle mass, and he’s well aware that eventually, he’ll need to move up to featherweight.

In an interview on The MMA Hour, Raul Rosas Jr shared, “I’ve gotten bigger, and I’ve noticed it because of my weight going up and up and up. The weight cut is getting a little more rough.” Rosas said on The MMA Hour. “I’ve just been working out, but I think it’s mainly that my body is growing. My age, I’m getting older and I’m growing, so I think it’s just going to keep happening.”

Raul Rosas Jr Opens up On His Weight Deileima

“The question is, is how long can I stay at [135]? I want to stay at ‘35 until I get the belt, but we’ll see what happens. … It’s inevitable that I will have to move up to 145, the question is how long can I stay at 135 for.”

Despite wanting to stay at 135 pounds until winning the belt, he acknowledges the inevitable transition to 145 due to his physical development. Rosas’ determination and growth make him a rising star in the UFC’s bantamweight division.

Stay tuned as Raul Rosas Jr continues to make waves in the octagon, and we watch his journey unfold. The question remains: How long can he stay at 135? Only time will tell.

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