Former UFC women’s strawweight champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk has suffered two consecutive losses to now reigning champion Rose Namajunas. That being said, Jedrzejczyk is still adamant in her belief that she is the better fighter.
Speaking to BBC.co.uk, Jedrzejczyk revealed her opinion on the matter.
“I’m still the best in the world and I don’t care what people are saying – I won that last fight. The fight went to a decision, but when you see the landed punches, more than 130 punches landed from me to only 80 from the champion. Come on.”
“I give her my credit – she won two fights with me. She is the champion and such a great athlete, but she’s not on my level, even though she won.”
“The judges helped her. The weight cut helped her. She was a fluke in the first fight, and I will keep saying this and I don’t care if people are going to hate on me because I know who I am, and I know that I’m making my way back to the top again.”
“I don’t care who is going to hold the belt. I want to beat Tecia Torres and get the title shot. I hear that she (Namajunas) is injured so she is not fighting Jessica Andrade, because she is afraid to lose the belt. What a fake champion.”