Rosario was tearful as he was handed the championship belts.
The charismatic undefeated British fighter faces the unbeaten Wilder at the MGM Grand on February 22.
Wilder and Fury fought to a split decision draw last December in Los Angeles.
Martinez improved to 15-1 with his 12th victory inside the distance while Rosales fell to 29-5 with the loss at Phoenix, Arizona.
The 30-year-old Mexican-American had ballooned to 283 pounds, fully 15 pounds heavier than his fighting weight six months ago.
The British star won back his WBA, IBF and WBO belts with a one-sided unanimous defeat of Ruiz in Diriyah outside Saudi Arabia's capital.
Charlo dropped Hogan with an uppercut in the fourth round, but Hogan beat the count and withstood a furious follow-up.
The Briton, who suffered a stunning knockout defeat to Ruiz in New York in June, produced a masterclass to regain his IBF, WBA and WBO titles in emphatic fashion.
Unbeaten in 43 fights, Wilder showed why he is widely regarded as the most destructive puncher in the resurgent heavyweight division.
He successfully defended the title at the first attempt when he stopped former champion Shun Kubo of Japan in six rounds in Fuzhou in May.
It was one of the most devastating knockouts of the brilliant career of boxing's biggest star Alvarez, who was fighting in the 175 pound division for the first time.
Under the new system, on trial at the venue for next year's boxing competition, the five judges push a button for each scoring punch, with their marks appearing on a screen that is monitored by a supervisor.
Huzam Nabah, bronze medalist at the 2006 Asian Games in Doha, lost his bout 3-0 against his Indian opponent in the 75kg middleweight category.
He defended his title for the seventh time winning by scores of 120-107 and 119-108 twice.
The 37-year-old Golovkin was stripped of the IBF title last year when he failed to make a mandatory defence against Derevyanchenko, opting instead for a rematch with Alvarez