Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women’s strawweight champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk was honored alongside Weili Zhang for their “Fight of the Year” in the promotion’s UFC 248 pay-per-view (PPV) co-main event last March.
And while the Polish puncher has been laying low in the months that followed, which is understandable when you consider the damage incurred against “Magnum,” Jedrzejczyk insists we haven’t see the last of her inside the Octagon.
“The price of being one of the best,” Jedrzejczyk wrote on social media. “Much more to come. Haven’t said the last word yet. It’s an honor to share the Octagon with such warriors. Pleasure to put on hell of fights, performances and shows for you guys every time I step into the octagon. Onto the next one. Remember to dream big and chase it.”
The champion was equally grateful.
“There were many great battles this past year and I am happy that everyone enjoyed the contest that Jedrzejczyk and I had,” Zhang added. “She is a true master and her will and fighting spirit is admirable. Congratulations to you as well JJ, it was an honor to share the Octagon as well as this award with you.”
Both fighters are currently unbooked, though a rematch seems inevitable at this point.