Joanna Jedrzejczyk has cleared up any speculation that she could be retired.
The former UFC women’s strawweight champion was last seen in the Octagon when she dropped a split decision loss to Weili Zhang at the UFC 248 pay-per-view event in Las Vegas, Nevada at the T-Mobile Arena.
This speculation started by Jedrzejczyk herself as she posted an image on Instagram. One of the hashtags was “#33andretired.” However, that’s not the case.
“No, I’m not retired, man,” Jedrzejczyk told Peter Carroll and Niall McGrath on The Bash MMA podcast, addressing the rumors of her retirement. “I’m not.”
Ravens POV: It’s great to hear that she will continue to fight, but the question remains of who is next and where does she go from here.