Joanna Jedrzejczyk, the former UFC women's strawweight champion, announced her retirement following a knockout loss to Zhang Weili at UFC 275 in Singapore.

Jedrzejczyk was in line for a title shot if she beat Zhang but was caught by a spinning back fist that put her out in the second round.

After the fight, Joanna took off her gloves and told UFC analyst Daniel Cormier in her postfight interview that she would be retiring.

The first Poland-born UFC champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk said; "It's been 20 years," she said. "I'm turning 35 this year. I want to be a mom.

Jedrzejczyk continued I want to be a businesswoman. I've been training more than half of my life. I love you guys."

Jedrzejczyk (16-5) held the UFC women's strawweight title from 2015 to 2017, a span of five successful title defences, which is still the most in division history.

Joanna is tied with current champion Carla for the most wins in division history (10), has the most title fights in strawweight history (nine) and has the most title-fight victories ever.

No other UFC strawweight champion has defended the belt more than once, and Jedrzejczyk's dominance earned her the nickname "The Strawweight Queen."

Even before that bout and winning the belt, she told American fans who could not pronounce her last name that they can just call her "Joanna Champion."

An emotional Jedrzejczyk thank UFC staff for their role in building the promotion before again addressing the fans at Singapore Indoor Stadium.

Joanna Jedrzejczyk ranking: Last Ranked: 4/01/2021 #3 Women Strawweight Highest Quarterly Ranking: 10/01/2017 #1 Women Strawweight All-Time Rank: #5 Women (All)

Joanna Jędrzejczyk is a Polish mixed martial artist who has a net worth of $4 million. Joanna was born in Olsztyn, Poland in August 1987. She was a strawweight.

Jędrzejczyk is Catholic and prays with a rosary before entering the ring or Octagon. She was the fiancée of former Polish football player Przemysław.

As of now, Joanna is single. So, her fans, can only wish for a better relationship ahead for this fan-favourite and legendary Polish fighter.

Legend Joanna Jędrzejczyk is retire now from the fight-Ring and "She is such a huge part of the growth of women’s MMA.