dipset52 wrote:I hate joanna
Former Champ wrote:“The preparations took place very often, but I am very focused,” she told Polsat Sport. “I devote every free moment to regeneration, proper nutrition and training. I know that in sports, I win and lose, and I know that my last fight did not go my way, because people from my team failed me.”
Former Champ wrote:“Many people asked me if I change coaches, club … My answer was ‘no’ because my coaches did their best to be in the best possible shape. The doctor, who had a big impact on how I felt 30 hours before the fight, failed. People who are not in sports, in which you need to watch this weight, do not know what it’s eating. It often has negative effects on our health and even life. I am asking for patience, just like I have to wait for the day when I will receive a straw weight belt.”
Former Champ wrote:“Man, I felt so bad, I had to cut 15 pounds in 14 hours; I did it in 14 hours.
“I think Perfecting Athletes couldn’t believe that I did that. I start my weight cut at 5 pm on Thursday and I was on weight five minutes before 11 am on Friday, so it was a miracle. I was praying to God for this miracle. And it happened. I took this mentally. I was crying, I was so weak but I believed it. I said to one of the Perfecting Athletes team, ‘Hey, it’s a shame for a champion to not make her weight’, and then I made it — a thing I couldn’t believe.”
“After the weigh-ins, I had only fluids and I went to bed because I took just two 15-minute naps during the weight cut.
“The thing is, my legs got numb after I woke up. I said to my doctor, ‘Hey, my legs are numb’, and she said, ‘nothing to worry about, we’re going to hydrate you more’ and ‘you’re going to be fine’.
“But the next day, I felt the same and thought the most crazy things. I took the fight mentally. I wanted to go into the fight and push away all of the worries.”
Former Champ wrote:“They were like family, you know. I trusted them so much and I paid the ultimate cost for someone’s mistake,” she said. “They agreed with me. We sat and talked on Monday after the fight and they agreed with me that they made a mistake, but I paid the ultimate price.”
“I was light in this camp,” Jedrzejczyk continued when asked what mistake had been made by Perfecting Athletes.
“I was like 127 on the Friday and Saturday a week before the fight. We were planning to get me to 125 by Tuesday, but my weight went up on Sunday to 130 and I couldn’t drop the weight for three or four days. I did everything that I could, and it’s their mistake. I started my weight cut with the limit at 130, so it was almost impossible to make that weight.”
pithikos wrote:Joanna may have said a lot of dumb shit and made excuses but she is no Ronda. She didnt vanish from the sport, instead she is running her mouth every in every mic she sees and coming back for more believing that it was a fluke she lost. Thats one arrogant competitive bitch there and not an entitled quitting crybaby like Ronda.
Im actually pumped to see if Rose can do it again. I think this one is going to be a war.
willis wrote:Joanna does not have a lot of holes in her game and anyone basing her loss on that is kind of missing her entire career in fighting. Joanna has a ton of experience and been in quite a few fights. The only holes I've noticed in her game at all was a lack of grappling offense and a weak chin, the latter something that has never cost her a fight until now. Lets be respectful here, the girl has accumulated 88 fights total to this day from muay thai, to kickboxing to mma. She's just suffering from a lil CTE.