For many people outside of hardcore UFC fans the name Charles Rosa (10-4) might not mean anything and if that is the case for you then you should probably take note — Charles Rosa is soon to be a household name. Rosa stormed onto the MMA scene fighting in regional promotions throughout the east coast, winning his first nine fights all by submission or knock out and with eight first-round finishes before getting called up to the UFC.

Though he has gone 1-2 in his first three fights inside the octagon, with losses to Denis Siver and Yair Rodriguez and a victory over Sean Soriano, he has not disappointed anybody, winning two fight of the night bonuses with his most recent coming after his split decision loss to Yair Rodriguez at UFC 188. On January 17, 2016, live from the TD Garden in Boston, Mass, at UFC Fight Night 81: Cruz vs. Dillashaw, Rosa will have the opportunity to once again win fight of the night and rebound from his previous loss as he faces Kyle Bochniak (1-0) in a preliminary bout. Rosa was originally scheduled to face Jimy Hettes (11-3), but Hettes was forced out of the bout due to injury.

Leading into his fight with Bochniak, Rosa will be sitting down with Josh Davis of Press Box Insider and The MMA Corner to do a weekly blog to discuss his training camp as he prepares to return home to fight in front of his hometown fans.

In Episode 3 of Rosa’s UFC Fight Night 81: Dillashaw vs Cruz, weekly blog, Rosa discusses the New England Patriot’s loss to the Miami Dolphins, the New American Top Team gym that just opened, Robbie Lawlor vs Carlos Condit as well as his current training and mindset as he gets closer to his upcoming fight.

To hear the entire interview Charles Rosa click here

To hear the entire episode of Press Box Insider click here

 

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Josh Davis is the owner and President of The MMA Corner, LLC. He has been a fan of mixed martial arts since seeing UFC 1 in his hometown. In addition to his The MMA Corner responsibilities, Josh is the editor of Scrapp! Fight Magazine. Josh has also written for MMA Unleashed and MMA Sports magazines. Josh also manages some of Colorado's best up and coming fighters and is dedicated to the positive promotion of the sport.