Gadelha next faced Joanna Jędrzejczyk at on December 13, 2014 at UFC on Fox 13 .  She lost the fight via split decision. After the horn signaled the end of the third and final round, Gadelha punched Jędrzejczyk after the referee had separated the two fighters. Gadelha immediately apologetically approached Jędrzejczyk and claimed she didn't hear the bell, despite being separated by the referee. Dana White later stated in the UFC on Fox 13 post fight press conference that the UFC wouldn't take any disciplinary actions towards Gadelha, due to her immediate regret shown towards Jędrzejczyk.  The judges' decision caused controversies afterwards as the majority of the MMA media and the viewers scored the bout in favor of Gadelha. 
After we have been contacted by one individual and looked at Benya's threats, the initial feeling was of utter disgust, to the point that one has an urge to vomit, so sick and perverted the whole thing seemed to us at the time. The feeling was: why should we even bother with all these schemes and look at all this complicated mess and manipulations while people are simply asleep? Why should we even argue about the authors? We either carry them or we don't. We have never argued with any author, at least about the issues of publication. This, by itself, looks like something on the par with insane.
The greatest featherweight who ever lived, Jose Aldo, came forward with a mouthful of controversy recently. TRT and steroids are in the headlines like clockwork these days, and on the subject of TRT many members of the MMA community are split. Aldo showed his colors, coming out in support of Testosterone Replacement Therapy while talking to Tatame “I don’t see the problem with using TRT, everybody uses steroids, from the champion to the newcomer. I believe we from Nova Uniao are the only ones that don’t do that, because Andre Pederneiras was always against steroids. I think it’s wrong to criticize someone who came forward and said they take TRT.” This should be a huge statement for most who really read into it. It is not uncommon for fighters like Roy Nelson to make this same statement, but Jose’s word is much more valuable. Everyone uses steroids? Including champions? Jose Aldo is a UFC champion, and unlike most who make that same statement, his word should be taken much more seriously. He has close interactions with the UFC’s champions, and we can only hope he is not talking about them when he says this. A UFC champ being popped for steroid abuse could do terrible things for the legitimacy of the sport.