"A USADA book, IV, or some steroids."
Those are the suggestions that UFC champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk came up with when asked what she planned to gift her opponent at the weigh-ins ahead of her July 8 title fight against Claudia Gadelha.
It was a clear indication that she suspected her opponent was capable of doping. Speaking on the MMA Hour, Joanna followed up her initial comment with a few more veiled accusations.
"I don't know. It is her problem. So many fighters got smaller after USADA came into the UFC. She called me fat but I'm happy. When I put on weight, I am happy and my fiance is happy too. Bigger matters, you know.
"People who use steroids think they are heroes, that they are the strongest people but that isn't true."
Asked again whether she believed that the United States Anti-Doping Agency's implemented drug testing in the UFC would have a physical impact on Gadelha, Jonna confirmed that she expected to see a size difference.
"She is smaller than she was a year ago. You could see that in the fight with Jessica Aguilar."
Jedrzejczyk and Gadelha, who will coach the next season of The Ultimate Fighter, will meet in a rematch at the TUF 23 Finale on July 8.