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Mark Coleman suggests BMF Title for Women, gives his pick for Women’s BMF champ

LockerRoom Team
14 April 2024

In the realm of combat sports, discussions about who holds the title of the "Baddest Motherf*****" (BMF) often ignite passionate debates among fans and fighters alike. Recently, MMA legend Mark Coleman has thrown his support behind the idea of introducing a BMF belt for women, with none other than former UFC strawweight champion Joanna Jędrzejczyk as the ideal candidate to kick off this new venture.

Jędrzejczyk, known for her relentless fighting style and indomitable spirit, has captured the imagination of fans around the world with her electrifying performances inside the octagon. Despite stepping away from competition in recent times, the prospect of a BMF belt has sparked speculation about a potential return to action for the Polish powerhouse.

Mark Coleman, a pioneer in the world of mixed martial arts and a former UFC heavyweight champion, has voiced his enthusiasm for the concept, expressing a keen interest in seeing Jędrzejczyk make a comeback to vie for the coveted BMF title. With her impressive track record and unwavering determination, Jędrzejczyk embodies the essence of what it means to be a BMF in the world of MMA.

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