Former UFC women’s strawweight champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk is turning heads.
Jędrzejczyk was in Las Vegas for the most recent UFC card, headlined by Rafael Fiziev vs. Mateusz Gamrot, but is now saying goodbye to Sin City.
Joanna Jędrzejczyk Says Bye To Vegas
She is now saying goodbye to Sin City as she posed in the middle of the street, wearing short shorts showing off her long toned legs. She paired the shorts with Converse, a white shirt, and a striped long sleeve wrapped around her neck.
“bye Vegas 👋🏼🛩️🌇 onto the next one,” she captioned the post.
Fans immediately commented on the photo, writing things such as “Prettiest smile with the best legs!” and “Looking great. 🔥”.
Another said “Looking great Joanna!” while one of her fans commented, “What a great picture 😍”.
Others commented things like “Greatest polish combat sports athlete of all time 🐐🐐🐐” and “Beautiful Champ”.
Lastly, one fan said, “beautiful photo my champ great fighter beautiful lady without a doubt the best of all time the best Polish fighter in the world I love you and admire you a lot Joanna you are the motivation of many
Joanna Jędrzejczyk’s Almost Comeback
“I’m not going to lie — I was going to win,” Jedrzejczyk told MMA Fighting. “I was in my best shape ever but like I said so many weeks before the fight and even a few days before the fight during media that anything can happen and it happened. It happened to me that I went down.
“But before the fight, like during the camp, I had this moment that I was thinking about it. I was thinking about if something happened, I would retire and it happened. But of course, I was ready and motivated to win the fight and continue doing this. I just signed a new deal with the UFC, good money, good exposure and everything but it happened. It just happened. It was momentum because of what happened in the fight. If I lost on points, I could sit and think about it but I don’t want to waste my health. That’s the thing. That was the main thing. I don’t want to keep on losing myself because of what I am doing.”
Former UFC women’s strawweight champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk has not fought since her loss to Weili Zhang in June of 2022, but she almost made a comeback in January — until she faced an unexpected injury.
“I was back to American Top Team in January, because I was looking for a comeback. But I had a really bad injury, since 2020, and it got bad, very bad,” Jedrzejczyk admitted. “So I had to go through the surgery. I have to do physio for the next five to nine month to get back in shape, to get back to any sport.”
Now that she is retired, many fans want to know what her future holds. “I don’t want to be a coach, but I see myself helping and training with them,” Jedrzejczyk said. “Because I will train forever and ever. I love this sport so much.”