jake rosholtJake Rosholt has been released from the UFC following the former collegiate wrestling stand-out’s recent defeat at the hands of Kendall Grove during UFC 106.

FiveOuncesofPain.com has recently learned of the news of Rosholt’s release from the promotion through a spokesperson from Team Takedown.

A four-time All-American and Big 12 Conference champion out of Oklahoma State University, Rosholt finished his collegiate wrestling career with a more than impressive record of 105–20 competing at the highest level possible.

Since making the transition to mixed martial arts, Jake has compiled a record of 8-2 while notching wins over the likes of Nissen Osternick and Chris Leben, while suffering his only two defeats to Grove and Dan Miller.

Both of Rosholt’s defeats have come by way of submission; with the loss to Miller coming by guillotine, and the Grove bout ending with a triangle choke.

There were many that were skeptical of Rosholt’s decision to make the move to the UFC after only his fifth professional scrap, but there’s no denying the fact that Jake has a ton of potential and time to grow before it’s all said and done.