Champ Joanna Jedrzejczyk Has “Aces In Her Pocket” For UFC 211 Title Fight With Jessica Andrade

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MMA H.E.A.T.’s Karyn Bryant spoke via Skype with UFC Strawweight Champ Joanna Jedrzejczyk and heard what she had to say about her upcoming UFC 211 title defense against Jessica Andrade. Joanna talks about training at American Top Team, the mental part of breaking down her opponents and the goals she’s set for herself as Champion. Joanna also talks about when she may be getting married, her love for animals and splitting her time between Florida and Poland.

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MMA H.E.A.T. is a headline-making production company dedicated to covering the emerging sport of Mixed Martial Arts. Hosted by FOX Sports anchor and former CNN anchor, Karyn Bryant, our content ranges from intimate fighter interviews, to event coverage (UFC, Bellator, WSOF, RUFF), to technique instruction and beyond. Success in MMA is the result of four core elements: Heart. Endurance. Aggression. Technique.™ Our unique magazine style series celebrates all of these pieces of the MMA fighting puzzle in a way that fans love. MMA H.E.A.T. is headquartered in Los Angeles, California and operates worldwide through partnerships and affiliates. It was co-founded by Wade Eck and Karyn Bryant.

120 Comments on "Champ Joanna Jedrzejczyk Has “Aces In Her Pocket” For UFC 211 Title Fight With Jessica Andrade"

  1. Great interview! Love the champ!
    I think she is the best champion/ambassador for the UFC and MMA in general–tough, hard working, confident and yet realistically humble at the same time.
    Funny that you channel her for your tennis matches and that you'd bring out your pooch at the end — always down to earth and keepin' it real!
    (btw, the hat looks good!)

  2. I HATE hipster type hats but when Kayrn wears them I'm ok with it. It really works for her. I swear she coordinated the lipstick to the hat too. Also this was a great interview with one of my most favorite fighters. Thank You KB and MMA H.E.A.T.

    • MrDylanHole “Being a big man really doesn’t matter,” said Tyson. “It has no significance in knocking out some one. The main point is the quickness with which you throw the punches, and the leverage which you have in the shoulder snap.

      “The object of really knocking out another individual is throwing a punch where he can’t see. And then there’s combination punches. When you throw punches, you keep his mind preoccupied with the body punches, and the other two punches that come to the head are the knockout punches.

      “And then again, there’s one-punch knockouts, in which they throw one punch to the body, and then the other punch to the head. Again, the opponent’s mind is so preoccupied with one punch, which rattles him just a little bit, and then that’s when the other punch comes in.

    • Yes, power (mass x velocity) and precision of the strike but size also is also a factor in the durability of the fighter being struck. A stronger, heavier jaw will provide more resistance, therefore being less likely to be knocked out. It's ironic that Tyson says size doesn't matter consider how big he was and how effective he was at knocking people out. What Tyson alludes to in your quote is strategy in attaining a clean punch, he already has the size and speed – he spent hours training to achieve that. He's focusing on the nuances of his sport disregarding the basic principles of physics.

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