JOANNA JEDRZEJCZYK has continued to enjoy her time spent out of the Octagon after frolicking with friends in a hot tub.
The former strawweight champion has returned home to Poland, after vacationing in Bulgaria.
She shared pictures and videos in her bikini as she danced around with friends.
Jedrzejczyk has not fought since March, when she was left with a brutal hematoma following her against Zhang Weili.
The Pole made a fast recovery and eyed a rematch.
But then she sparked retirement rumours after hashtagging #33andretired in one of her posts.
Dan Lambert, head of the American Top Team gym Jedrzejczyk trains out of, revealed Jedrzejczyk is only likely to fight again should it be for the belt.
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But after Rose Namajunas – who twice beat Jedrzejczyk – defeated Jessica Andrade at UFC 251, she put herself next in line for Welli.
Lambert told BJPenn.com: “I think the UFC is leaning towards giving Rose the next shot so Joanna will sit back and see what happens.
“I don’t think a lot makes sense besides fighting for the title.”
Jedrzejczyk was narrowly beaten by Welli on a split-decsion, but Lambert believes the judges verdict was influenced by the Pole’s battered face.
He said: “That is the best female fight of all-time, but it goes above and beyond that. It was just an amazing fight period.
“A really competitive fight and if you go back and watch it and she didn’t have that swelling in the fifth round, judges were given more credit to the champ because of the damage Joanna was showing.
“I thought Joanna Jedrzejczyk won that fifth round which was the deciding factor in the fight.”