Joanna Jedrzejczyk is far from happy with the judges scorecards during her recent fight at the UFC 223 event.
Jedrzejczyk (14-2) failed to recapture the strawweight title from Rose Namajunas, losing a unanimous decision (49-46 x3). The 30-year-old has been telling the press in Poland that UFC president Dana White was “disgusted” by the scoring and also claims Namajunas’ own coach disagrees with the result.
“Even Rose’s coach said after the verdict that I won that fight,” Jedrzejczyk told Polsat Sport. “Numbers don’t lie. Commission in New York is very young. They are still learning how to score fights. Dana White was also a little bit disgusted by the scoring.”
Prior to her consecutive losses to Namajunas, Jedrzejczyk was undefeated and considered one of the most dominant champions in UFC history, earning victories over the likes of Jessica Andrade, Karolina Kowalkiewicz, Claudia Gadelha, Carla Esparza, Jessica Penne and Valerie Letourneau.
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