MMA Fan & Adult Star Kendra Lust ‘Can’t Wait to See Whats Next For’ Joanna Jedrzejczyk After Retirement Announcement at UFC 275

Published 06/13/2022, 11:04 AM EDT

Joanna Jedrzejczyk left a legendary career behind when she hung her gloves after getting brutally knocked out at UFC 275 with a precise spinning back fist strike that came out of nowhere.


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‘Joanna Champion’ made a record five defenses of her strawweight championship during her dominant reign. Her sudden retirement saw fight fans sending love towards her for a remarkable career that gave numerous iconic moments.


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A mega UFC fan, Kendra Lust was one of the many prominent personalities that showered praises on ‘The Boogeywoman’ for an incredible UFC run.

Lust shared a picture with the strawweight GOAT on Instagram. Besides, she wrote a message to Jedrzejczyk and shared her personal experiences with the former strawweight champion while praising her astonishing career in the premier MMA organization.


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“Thank you for all the amazing fights. Congrats on retirement champ!!!  one of the best ever!!! #UFC275 you are always so sweet and take time to say hello to me and my family. I can’t wait to see whats next for u  @joannajedrzejczyk,” Lust wrote in an Instagram post.

The ever-humble Jedrzejczyk acknowledged the award-winning Adult Film entertainer’s words in the comments section with a few heart-hand emojis.


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The 43-year-old, Lust, actively shares her views about MMA. Chiefly, when the news is about a female star. Recently, she had reacted to news of the UFC brutally sacking a 22-year-old women’s fighter.

Lust has talked about not only the UFC but also promoted UFC’s rival promotion, Bellator. Besides, she has mentioned PFL’s multi-time tournament winner and Olympic gold medalist Judoka, Kayla Harrison. Thus, it shows her love for martial arts is not limited to any company.

Joanna Jedrzejczyk has a Hall of Fame career

The promotion’s second-ever strawweight champion, and perhaps the biggest star in the division, was also the most successful fighter at 115 lbs.

TORONTO, ON – DECEMBER 8: Joanna Jedrzejczyk of Poland enters the ring prior to her fight against Valentina Shevchenko of Kyrgyzstan in a flyweight bout during the UFC 231 event at Scotiabank Arena on December 8, 2018 in Toronto, Canada. (Photo by Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images)

She’s only behind Valentina Shevchenko and Ronda Rousey in terms of all-time women’s title defenses in UFC history.

Although she lost five fights towards the end of her career. All of her losses came to former champions—Rose Namajunas (2), Zhang Weili (2), and Valentina Shevchenko (1 at 125 lbs). Besides, some of these fights were highly competitive.


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Jedrzejczyk won many fights, but what made her special was her attitude towards fighting. Her comments ‘Boogeywoman is coming’ became an instant hit among fans. Her stare-downs were a must-watch. Likewise, her walkouts were intense. And, of course, the fights were a must-see.

Thus, she warranted her induction into the UFC Hall of Fame with her fabulous work ethic inside the Octagon and a captivating personality outside.


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Will Joanna Jedrzejczyk go to the UFC Hall of Fame? What do you make of Kendra Lust’s words? Share your opinion in the comments section.



Deepak Kumar

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Deepak Kumar is a UFC author at EssentiallySports. His love for MMA comes from the chaos and violence the fight game brings to the table. A BJJ aspirant, Deepak began following the sport as a casual fan when Ronda Rousey was finishing her opponents in seconds.