Joanna Jedrzejczyk does not rule out returning to the octagon and cites special conditions to motivate her

The Polish woman guarantees that she has no opponent in mind, but expresses interest in inaugurating the women's BMF belt

Joanna Jedrzejczyk retired from MMA. Photo: Reproduction/Instagram @joannajedrzejczyk

Away from the octagon since the tough defeat suffered in 2022, Joanna Jedrzejczyk he publicly flirted again about a possible return to the UFC. Despite not having any opponent in mind to challenge, the Polish highlighted what would motivate her to put on the gloves again: competing for the organization's BMF belt. So far it has not been created for the women's category.

“I would love to (fight), but I don’t have a name in my head. I don't know. Whoever it is. I'm not afraid to fight anyone, that's the point. Of course, when they mentioned my name (as BMF), I texted Hunter (Campbell) immediately. I said, 'So, Hunter, what do you think about me fighting for the BMF women's belt,' and he said, 'No, you don't need any more titles.' If they create BMF for women, I want to be the first. I would come out of retirement to fight for the BMF belt. Let’s go,” Jedrzejczyk told Cageside Press.


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Former strawweight champion (up to 51,2 kg.) and UFC Hall of Fame, Joanna became known for her great talent in stand-up fighting and provocative personality against opponents during confrontation promotions. The Polish woman is currently 36 years old, with 16 wins and five defeats in her professional record.

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