Joanna Knows UFC 223 Can Define Legacy

Joanna Jedrzejczyk didn’t care if she got an immediate rematch, all she cared about was getting a title shot.

In a conversation with FloCombat, Jedrzejczyk said she only cares about getting back what belongs to her at UFC 223.

“It was important to get the title shot, but if Rose was going to fight in February or March and she was facing someone else [and lost] as long as I could go for the title,” Jedrzejczyk told FloCombat. “I want to get what belongs to me. I don’t want to just rematch her. I want the title. It doesn’t matter who keeps the belt.

“I’m the owner of this belt and I’ve owned this belt for two years and nine months.”


Jedrzejczyk also knows this is the fight that will define her legacy, and has built a training strategy with American Top Team that will be able to stifle “Thug Rose” in Brooklyn.

What I can say is it’s going to be bigger than my whole fight career,” Jedrzejczyk said about her fight at UFC 223. “Only one night. Only one fight. It’s going to be bigger than 14 years of my fighting career. Mark my words.”

“I’m very confident,” Jedrzejczyk said. “The queen is back.”

Original Story: FloCombat


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