UFC flyweight Jeff Molina has responded to Megan Anderson for her claims of neglect at the Glory MMA gym.
On Thursday, Megan Anderson took to her social media pages to release a shocking statement about the apparent lack of training she was given at the Glory MMA gym whilst preparing to challenge Amanda Nunes for the UFC featherweight championship. She would also go on to accuse Laura Sanko and James Krause of having an affair, before deleting the Tweet.
UFC flyweight Jeff Molina, who currently trains at the Glory MMA gym, has responded to Megan Anderson and let his true feelings be known.
“This couldn’t be farther from the truth. Way to wait until MMA twitter is trashing James Krause for his fighter fighting injured just like 90% of fighters do just cause u want some Twitter clout. I was there your entire training camp for Nunes. You sat out 99% of the live rounds, you would ask your training partners “jokingly” to let you win the rd, you were the laziest training partner always talking about how tired you were 5min into drilling, you would intentionally hurt training partners who were new and had an obvious skill gap (you broke a soccer moms nose in probably one of the few rounds of sparring you did outside of practice).” he wrote.
“You have an alcohol problem and we’re sloshed a month and a half before your title fight, you burned bridges with every single person in the gym including the front desk guy because of how much of a head case you are. Don’t forget how Krause talked you off the ledge before every fight and how complimentary you were of him for changing your career and life. You lose one fight and now everything changes? Take some accountability for yourself. You lost that fight the second you signed the dotted line- look in the mirror that’s why you lost that fight.” he continued.
Glory MMA is located in Missouri and run by former UFC fighter James Krause. The team is host to a number of notable names including Tim Elliott, and the previously mentioned Brandon Moreno.
Anderson was a mainstay in the women’s featherweight division prior to her departure from competition. The 32-year-old is a former Invicta FC featherweight champion and owns notable UFC victories over the likes of Norma Dumont, Zarah Fairn, and Cat Zingano.