Joanna Jedrzejczyk makes weight for UFC title fight with Zhang Weili… despite fears BOOB JOB would make her too heavy – The Sun

UFC fighter Joanna Jedrzejczyk has made weight for her scrap against Zhang Weili… despite her opponent's fears she'll miss weight because of her fake breasts.

The Pole steps back into the Octagon against the Chinese champion at UFC 248 battling for the strawweight title.

Ahead of Friday's weigh-in, journalist Adam Hill claimed how Weili was concerned about her making the 115lb weight limit because of her "plastic surgery."

Jedrzejczyk, a former strawweight champ, has had weight loss complications in the past.

The 32-year-old sparked boob job rumours 14 months ago by uploading busty holiday snaps on Instagram.

Jedrzejczyk dominated the division between 2015 and 2017 having defended the title on five occasions.

She went 14 fights undefeated before losing twice to Rose Manajunas and then to Valentina Shevchenko in the space of 13 months.

In October Jedrzejczyk bounced back with a unanimous decision win over Michelle Waterson before blaming her defeats on her cheating fiance.

She said: “People in Poland know more, but people in the States and worldwide, they don’t know much about my private life.

“The last two years were pretty difficult for me.

"It was a rough time, and I feel like 2019 is a special year, so I can’t wait for 2020.

“I broke up with my fiance, and we broke up before my first fight with Rose Namajunas, and this terrible weight cut happened, and I broke up again.

“This year I found out that my [previous Polish] manager messed up my money, and then I found out that my fiance was cheating on me.

“That girl called me; I think that she was afraid that I was going to beat her up so badly, but I was like, ‘No, I’m kidding.’

"I just want to show to people and tell people that there’s always something going on in our lives.

“It doesn’t matter who you are. If your private life is not going in the right direction, you’re not going to be successful in the sport, or in the business.”

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