The Rosholt Revolution Will Now Be Televised

January 30, 2008

When it comes to mixed martial arts, remember the name Jake Rosholt. Why, you ask? Well, first consider his amateur wrestling background:

* Three-time NCAA champion. He won the 184-lbs title in 2003 and 2005 and 197 in 2006.

* Four-time All American at Oklahoma State University

* A Big XII champion

* Three-time state champion in high school

Then, consider the fact that he finished his rookie year a perfect 3-0 after winning two fights via TKO and one by submission. Finally, consider that the 25-year-old Stillwater, OK, native currently trains at Xtreme Couture in Las Vegas. Mix that all together and you have, without a doubt, one of the brightest young Middleweights in MMA.

And here’s some good news: The Team Takedown member will look to continue his winning ways on March 15 in Tulsa, OK, when he faces Chad Jay (7-1) in one of the top matches on Dale Cook’s Extreme Fighting League event. If you can’t make it to Tulsa don’t fret as that card will air live on HDNet.

Rosholt stopped by The Park to talk about his affiliation with Team Takedown, why he entered the world of MMA, his upcoming bout and Brock Lesnar’s chances come Saturday night.

Jake Rosholt – 01/30/08

  1. 4 Responses to “The Rosholt Revolution Will Now Be Televised”

  2. Great interview! Jake has a tremendous future ahead of him. I don’t think he realizes how marketable he really is. I get the feeling his fan base will grow very rapidily. I would imagine Dana White is already watching this fighter. As well as other team takedown members.

    By Thelake on Jan 30, 2008

  3. I give Jake 365 days until he makes his UFC debut.

    By Ariel Helwani on Feb 1, 2008

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