UFC fighter Jeff Molina speaks out after private video goes public: “I’m Bisexual”

Molina says the chance to come out on his own was snatched from him.

Jeff Molina
Jeff Molina (Image source: Twitter)

Jeff Molina, a UFC fighter, recently announced on Twitter that he is bisexual. This news came after a video of him performing oral sex on another man was leaked online. Molina shared the message on his Twitter account on Friday, expressing his disappointment at not being able to reveal his sexuality on his own terms.

Molina stated that he had kept his dating life off social media and suppressed his feelings throughout his life, even while pursuing his career in MMA. He had hoped to come out later in life, but the chance was taken from him. Molina had concerns about his teammates and fans treating him differently, especially as he believes that a majority of UFC fans are “homophobic c-cksuckers.”

Molina emphasized that he wanted to be known for his skills and dedication to the sport, not as the “bi UFC fighter.” He stated that the person who leaked the video was “awful” and “disturbed.” Despite the hate and criticism he has faced, Molina acknowledged that he has received a lot of support from others.

Successful UFC career

The 25-year-old fighter has an 11-2 record, with four wins by knockout, four by submission, and three by decision. Molina has never been knocked out, but has one loss each via submission and decision. He has won his last ten fights but has not fought since June 4 of last year.

Molina’s announcement is a significant milestone for the UFC, as he is believed to be the first non-heterosexual fighter in the organization. It is hoped that this news will help to promote greater acceptance and inclusion within the sport.

Molina’s coming out as bisexual was not how he had planned it, and he faced challenges in doing so. However, he has received support from many, and his announcement is a significant step towards promoting greater inclusivity in the UFC.

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