Rose Namajunas Retains Title Defeats Joanna Jedrzejczyk In Rematch

Current UFC Strawweight champion Rose Namajunas look to repeat the November’s win over Joanna Jedrzejczyk and cement herself as a 115-pound champion. Both ladies faced off each other in the co-main event of UFC 223, from Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn, New York.

Rose Namajunas stood and exchanged for 25 minutes with one former champ Joanna Jedrzejczyk, and walked away still the champ.

Rose Namajunas picked up a unanimous decision from Jedrzejczyk in their rematch for the 115-pound title. It started out strong for Namajunas in the first 10 minutes, but slowly faded in the third round and fourth round, but came back strong in the final round to retain the title. Namajunas won with a trio of 49-46 scores. The victory cement Rose Namajunas as the woman to beat at 115 pounds.




What a hook:

Rose Namajunas spoke to Joe Rogan in post-fight speech:

“I’m sorry I wasn’t as technical this time, but it was still good – I pulled through,” Namajunas told Joe Rogan afterward. “She was right – that weight cut kind of did mess her up the first time. But I’m just better, man. I feel like I could’ve been lighter on my feet this time, but I’ve got Pat Barry, the best low-kicker in the game, kicking me all the time.”

Namajunas, 25-year-old from Denver improved to 8-3 and has won three in a row and six of seven. Jedrzejczyk dropped to 14-2.

And still the champion:

Published on April 8, 2018 at 12:00 am
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