The train that is Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series has always done things at full steam and season four of the show is no exception to that rule. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet a show me serpent looking to cause chaos and strife amongst UFC flyweights at 23 years young. A professional mixed martial artist since January 2017 and representing Glory MMA and Fitness, Jeff Molina owns an 8-2 record in 10 professional bouts comprised of four submissions, three knockouts, and one decision. Molina earned a contract from the UFC on week four during season four of Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series in 2020 and has finished seven of his eight victories during his career as a pro-MMA fighter thus far. He has also fought for various promotions during his time in the professional ranks including Legacy Fighting Alliance. He has made it on to the scorecards once during his tenure as a professional mixed martial artist.
At VFC 58, he submitted Delfino Benitez via rear-naked choke in the first round. Molina defeated his next two opponents via TKO in Joey Scanlan and Chase Camacho. Then at KCFA 30, he defeated Joey Estrada in round one. At KCFA 34 Molina tapped out Johnnie Roades in the first round via rear-naked choke. For his one and only appearance with Legacy Fighting Alliance at LFA 76 he submitted Chauncey Wilson via rear-naked choke in round one. Molina tapped out Kenny Porter via arm-triangle choke in the second round at FAC 2 to pick up his fourth submission win as a professional.
On episode four during season four of Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series, he defeated Jacob Silva via unanimous decision. The win earned Molina the first decision victory of his professional career along with a UFC contract. With youth and finishing power on his side, this surging snake looks to make flyweights green with envy!