Joanna Jedrzejczyk
Picture through @ufc on Instagram (photographer not listed)

Former UFC ladies’s strawweight champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk posted a cryptic message on social media in the present day insinuating that she has retired.

The Polish star, Jedrzejczyk (16-Four MMA), took to Instagram with the next put up that containted the caption “33 and retired”.

“33 and retired. Life is nice. Life is gorgeous. Exhausting work paysoff. Trip vibes.”

Joanna Jedrzejczyk was most lately seen in motion at March’s UFC 248 occasion the place regarded to reclaim the promotions strawweight gold from Weili Zhang.

Joanna and Weili proceeded to go to warfare for twenty-five straight minutes that evening, however in the long run just one decide noticed the bout in favor of Jedrzejczyk. As a consequence of the truth that the bout was very shut and produced arguably the “battle of the yr“, UFC president Dana White shouldn’t be against reserving a direct rematch.

Joanna Jedrzejczyk, Weili Zhang
Picture Credit score: @UFC on Instagram (photographer not listed)

Nonetheless, it appears as if Joanna Jedrzejczyk could also be finished with getting punched within the face for a dwelling. The Polish star has had a tremendous profession which incorporates fourteen fights beneath the Final Preventing Championship banner.

Jedrzejczyk grew to become the UFC’s strawweight champion at UFC 185 after scoring a TKO victory over Carla Esparza. The Muay Thai and Kickboxing specialist would go on to defend her title 5 occasions earlier than finally surrendering her gold to Rose Namajunas at UFC 217.

If that is in reality the tip of Joanna Jedrzejczyk’s time in blended martial arts he profession was nothing wanting superb. The Polish star can be a positive guess for the UFC Corridor of Fame and helped encourage many younger women to get into MMA.

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This text first appeared on on July 12, 2020