Joanna Describes An Out Of Body Experience In Title Loss, “Three minutes of fighting lasted like a split second”

Former UFC strawweight champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk never envisioned a reality where she was not UFC champion of the world.

Jedrzejczyk lost the title and suffered her first professional defeat to “Thug” Rose Namajunas at UFC 217.

In a new interview with the Polish media (translated), the former champion explains that she lost time, didn’t feel like her body was connected to her mind, and in a split-second she lost her belt.

It’s eerily similar to what an out of body experience is described to be like.

Check it out:

“I already planned what I will announce after the fight with Rose Namajunas, and I had to change the text. Something did not click.

“I had strange reflexes. The body was not following the mind, and vice versa. Three minutes of fighting lasted like a split second, I did not know what was going on.

“Maybe it was weighting, I do not know. But I will return to the throne. I’m still a champion. See where Conor McGregor is now, and where he was last year, how he lost to Nate Diaz. He made a seven-mile walk from this defeat. I will do the same.”