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Just Scrap Radio Ep. 80 with Jairzinho Rozenstruik, Dan Ige, Jeff Molina, Joe Solecki, and Ode Osbourne

Cole Shelton - May 31, 2022

The 80th episode of Just Scrap Radio on with host Cole Shelton is live ahead of UFC Vegas 56. We’re first joined by eighth-ranked UFC heavyweight Jairzinho Rozenstruik (2:38). 10th-ranked featherweight Dan Ige (13:39). Next, UFC flyweight Jeff Molina (29:45) comes on. UFC lightweight Joe Solecki (49:59). Closing out the program is UFC flyweight Ode Osbourne (1:03:58).

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Jeff Molina admits he didn't know much about Daniel Da Silva but confident he'll finish him in the first round

Cole Shelton - October 22, 2021

Jeff Molina is eager to step back into the Octagon, despite not knowing much about his UFC Vegas 41 opponent, Daniel Da Silva. Molina is coming off his UFC debut where he beat Aoriqileng by decision. It was also the Fight of the Night at UFC 261. After the win, Molina wasn’t sure what would be next but he now gets to welcome Da Silva to the Octagon.

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Just Scrap Radio Ep. 55 with Tim Johnson, Grant Dawson, Ricky Glenn, Ike Villanueva, and Jeff Molina

Cole Shelton - October 19, 2021

The 55th episode of Just Scrap Radio on with host Cole Shelton is here ahead of UFC Vegas 41 and Bellator 269. We’re first joined by one-half of the Bellator 269 headliner in heavyweight, Tim Johnson (2:10). Next, UFC lightweight Grant Dawson (15:14) joins the show. UFC lightweight, Ricky Glenn (36:20) also joins the show. UFC heavyweight, Ike Villanueva (48:06) then comes on. Closing out the program is UFC flyweight, Jeff Molina (59:01).


Jeff Molina issues statement following insane "Fight of the Night" war at UFC 261

Adam D Martin - April 27, 2021

UFC flyweight Jeff Molina issued a statement following his insane, “Fight of the Night” war against Aoriqileng at UFC 261. Molina and Aoriqileng are not big names and their bout was just the second fight of the night on a stacked event that featured three title fights, so you can forgive fans for not expecting it to play out the way it did. But oh boy, did these two flyweights deliver, as both men traded heavy leather in the center of the Octagon for 15 minutes in an all-out brawl that won each man $50,000 for “Fight of the Night.” It was an absolutely insane fight made all the better because of the live crowd in Jacksonville, Florida cheering the fighters on.