Joanna Jędrzejczyk is an athlete that needs no introduction in the world of combat sports and is one of the best female contenders to have ever graced the ring. Representing Poland, Joanna started training muaythai at 16 years old before entering into the IFMA world championships where she experienced great success taking 5 gold medals. Today she has gained huge popularity around the world but never stopped to support the IFMA muaythai family and especially the new muaythai athletes.
Representing the Polish Muaythai Federation, Jonanna competed in muaythai for a period of around 10 years, winning over 60 matches as well as becoming the WMC European champion.
Joanna also took part in the prestigious Muaythai Angels competition in Thailand which was run in cooperation with the Sports Authority of Thailand.
Joanna is now one of the top combat athletes in the world alongside fellow multiple time IFMA and WMC World Champion Valentina Shevchenko from Kygryzstan.
Joanna is an outstanding athlete and an inspiration to many up and coming athletes and is testament to the fact that hard work pays off. From all at the WMC and IFMA we salute you!