Fri. Dec 9th, 2022

Charles Rosa might be down, but he is never out. 

Rosa Reflects On His Past Losses

The UFC Featherweight has hit some road bumps in his career but ‘Boston Strong’ always bounces back. The plan remains the same following a two-fight skid to TJ Brown and Damon Jackson. 

“It’s always tough whenever you lose a fight,” Rosa told MMA Island. “Obviously that last one that I took on short notice, but the one thing I take a lot of pride in is being a fighter that doesn’t get finished and doesn’t quit. And for me, that’s what fighting [is].

“I mean, look at Yorgan De Castro. He’s a guy that got cut from the UFC after losing two fights. And he just took out the former UFC champion of the world in Junior Dos Santos. The sports has a lot of ups and downs. But as long as you keep working hard, you keep getting up when you get knocked down and you’re still hanging in there, then you never really lose.

“I just can’t wait to get the next one,” Rosa continued. “Get a win, get back on top of the mountain and just keep climbing until I can get to the top.”

What’s Next For ‘Boston Strong’? 

In regards to Rosa’s return, the UFC veteran has a date for when he will step inside the Octagon again. 

“I’m hopefully fighting July 30th [UFC 277]. We gotta find an opponent and see what happens.”

By Chris De Santiago

Chris De Santiago is a 20-year-old journalist out of Texas. He is the founder of MMA Island and also works for