Jeff "El Jefe" Molina
Height: 5' 6"
Weight: 125 lbs.
Jeff Molina is an American mixed martial artist who began his professional career in 2013. He currently competes in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and has become one of the most prominent fighters in the sport, with an impressive record of 15 wins and 4 losses. His martial arts background includes Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Muay Thai and Wrestling.
Molina was born in Los Angeles California, where he grew up watching UFC matches on TV from a young age. This inspired him to pursue a career as a professional fighter and he began training at local gyms when he was 16 years old. After graduating high school, Jeff attended college for two years before deciding to drop out and commit himself full-time to MMA training. In 2007, Molina had his first amateur fight which ended with him winning by submission in round two via arm-bar. He would go on to have several successful amateur fights before turning pro later that same year.
Molina made his professional debut at WMMAC IX: Night Of The Champions defeating Richard Kayanan via technical knockout in round one due to punches landed while standing up against the cage wall; this earned him Fight Of The Night honors along with a $5K bonus for being part of such an exciting match! It also set him up for future success as it gave Jeff more confidence going into future bouts knowing he could hang tough against tougher opponents than himself even when they were much bigger or experienced than him at that time — something which is still true today!
He eventually signed with UFC after impressing during tryouts held by Dana White’s organization back in 2013; thus far, Jeff has fought fifteen times inside their Octagon including notable victories over James Vick (Submission – Arm Bar), Mickey Gall (Decision – Unanimous), Elias Silverio (TKO – Punches), Jared Gordon (KO – Punch) & Joe Lauzon (Submission – Rear Naked Choke). His overall record stands at 15 wins & four losses which include two split decisions defeats against Abel Trujillo & Thiago Tavares respectively; these are both highly competitive bouts wherein either fighter could have been declared victorious depending upon who you asked those nights! However no matter what happens between now until retirement time comes around there’s no doubt about it: Molina has solidified himself amongst elite company within MMA circles thanks largely due to his consistent performances inside UFC cage walls since 2013!.