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The Roman Show Staff
Sean Soriano faced two defeats last year, but he is forgetting about what was and is focusing on what is.
Soriano faces Charles Rosa in the UFC Fight Night fight card on Fox Sports 1 starting at 7 p.m. Soriano spoke to The Roman Show in an exclusive interview.
Both fought for the now defunct CFA.
Hear the complete interview, now.
Soriano said 2014 is all but a memory.
“That was 2014, but we are in 2015,” he said. “We can’t think about the past. It was hard I wasn’t using to losing. It was difficult for me but I focus on a new year. I am getting back to my old days.”
Soriano is from Rhode Island, while Rosa is from Massachusetts. Both train in South Florida: Rosa trains at American Top Team, while Soriano trains at the Blackzillians.
He has had two back-to-back losses in the UFC. So a win against Soriano is what is needed. He feels comfortable and confident for this coming fight, he said.
“I got more into my wrestling and into my old self,” he said. “I feel good. I am having fun in training, which makes it a lot better.”
He said he wasn’t too impressed by Rosa’s UFC debut last year, when he fought Dennis Siver.
“I think Siver played a safe game to get the win,” he said. “Rosa tired submission. Siver could have done more on his feet. I am not trying to disrespect anyone but I wasn’t impressed.”