Hours ago, Joanna Jedrzejczyk expressed himself to the press and begins to look towards what is coming in UFC. In an interview with MMA Junkie, the Pole highlighted what she thinks about the crown to Rose namajunas and against the gladiator that she should fight. In that aspect, he decided that it has to be one or the other, the one that could come out of the champion or Zhang Weili. Without a doubt, she is confident.
At the beginning, Jedrzejczyk He began by saying the following about it: “I had an incredible war and I am proud of myself. Yeah man, I lost. We always want to win, but it is not easy. I am proud of myself. Even though I was close, I could go either way, I lost. I can’t do anything about it and work even harder and win my next fight. I don’t know what’s next.
«I would like to fight maybe in September, but I am enjoying my life. I like to do other things outside of the gym and the Octagon. Let’s see what will happen next. Let’s see who Rose she’s willing to fight next, because I’m only interested in big fights. I deserve the best, the best for me “, also pointed out the historical fighter of UFC.
Goes for everything
For its part, Joanna commented, “I know people say I lost and should pick some lower-ranking girls, but I’m not really interested after hosting ‘Fight of the Year’ with Zhang Weili. Anything can happen, you know? It’s great business and I respect that. I just take my place and wait. They can’t pressure me to do things I don’t want to do. My legacy is so great.
“I can’t wait to get back to the Octagon and put on an amazing performance for you because there is no sport without fans. One of the points that brought me back to the Octagon was that I want my fans to return to the arenas, and it’s finally happening because I don’t see myself fighting without them. They give me more energy, more power and we are in this business together, “he said. Joanna Jedrzejczyk some days before.
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