News Raul Rosas Jr. vs Ricky Turcios officially not happening this weekend

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By Big Marcel Dorff:

“Little info. I took down the rebooking post for Rosas Jr. vs. Turcios.
The UFC broadcast, Dana himself and the official UFC account on X confirmed the fight was happening next week. According to Turcios he hasn't signed anything (as you can see in his IG stories).

No idea why the UFC thought they could announce it without both sides agreeing to fight next week. Don't know if it is still being worked on but for now I took it down.”

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UPDATE:

Fight is off



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How sick is this guy that he’s out next weekend too ?
 
Sounds like a case of the nerves kicked in and he quit right before the fight.

Anything that is serious illness related would have been noticeable prior to 5mins before the fight starting. That’s bullshit and I hope Turcios gets paid for showing up and doing his job.
This whole situation sounds extra sus and reeks of UFC favoritism and bullshit.
 
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Fuck this ugly hypejob anyway.

No idea why the fuck he was getting the CM Punk treatment of having the UFC recruit extra shitty opponents just to pretend the kid is UFC level in the first place.

Now he pulls out 5 MINUTES before his fight?
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I don't know what the issue is with Rosas but it did remind me of a question I've had for a while. Ever since the Justine Kish incident they've made, um, emitting bodily fluids in the cage (other than blood of course) grounds for an automatic loss. So let's say a fighter's nervous and they start feeling a little nauseated. Would it be wiser to call off the match than go in and risk getting DQed?
 
I don't know what the issue is with Rosas but it did remind me of a question I've had for a while. Ever since the Justine Kish incident they've made, um, emitting bodily fluids in the cage (other than blood of course) grounds for an automatic loss. So let's say a fighter's nervous and they start feeling a little nauseated. Would it be wiser to call off the match than go in and risk getting DQed?
By pulling out 5 minutes before the fight that looks really bad to the UFC. I mean, if you're ok with risking your career options sure pull out.
 
The Face of Mexican MMA.

Get him signed for the UFC Noche Dome at the Mexican Sphere event.
 
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