Joanne Calderwood was expected to handle Maryna Moroz and move one step closer to a championship match for the UFC strawweight title.
In an instant, that was taken away, as Moroz locked up an arm and earned the submission victory at UFC Fight Night 64.
As she entered the cage, Calderwood (9-1) seemed almost out of it, and she’s since taken to social media to clarify some “personal” matters that were thrown her way the night before the fight.
— Joanne Calderwood (@DRkneevil) April 13, 2015
Calderwood was a favorite on The Ultimate Fighter 20, losing to eventual finalist Rose Namajunas in the quarterfinals. She earned a decision win over Seo-Hee Ham last December in her Octagon debut.
Prior to the loss to Moroz, the 28-year-old had won all of her nine pro fights, including a 2013 win over current Invicta FC champion Katja Kankaanpaa.