A Look Back At Joanna Jędrzejczyk's Illustrious MMA Career

Joanna Jędrzejczyk recently fought her last bout against Zhang Weili before announcing her retirement. Here, let's reflect back on Jędrzejczyk's career over the years before entering the hall of fame. 

Kickboxing Career

Jędrzejczyk competed in Muay Thai and kickboxing for 10 years, winning over 60 matches with a professional record of 27-3.

Early Career

Jędrzejczyk made her professional debut in mixed martial arts on May 19, 2012, at SFT - MMA Fight Night Diva SPA against Sylwia Juskiewicz, winning via unanimous decision.

UFC Debut

Jędrzejczyk officially signed with the UFC in July 2014. She made her promotional debut, now fighting as a strawweight, on July 26, 2014, winning the fight via unanimous decision.

Strawweight champion

Jędrzejczyk faced Carla Esparza for the UFC Strawweight Championship on March 14, 2015, at UFC 185. Jędrzejczyk won the bout, becoming the first UFC title-holder from Poland and first female European UFC champion.

Last Bout

Jędrzejczyk faced Zhang Weili recently where Jędrzejczyk lost after a levelled and tough fight. Jędrzejczyk announced her retirement after the bout ended. 

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