Intense! This is how Brandon Moreno lived his fight with Deiveson Figueiredo: “I knew he was getting tired”


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Intense!  This is how Brandon Moreno lived his fight with Deiveson Figueiredo: "I knew he was getting tired"

After the tie with Deiveson Figueiredo at UFC 256, Brandon Moreno He related how he experienced the hard crossing. Although he could not go home with the belt, Dana White, President of the company, made it clear that there will be a rematch in 2021. In this way, the Mexican has the illusion of being able to take the throne from the Brazilian, although he knows it will be just as difficult. Beyond that, what was demonstrated was the intensity with which he lived it, so he himself told how it was.

Being that way, Brown He began by explaining: “No problem, I have three children. My wife was like, ‘Ahh, I don’t care, it’s okay.’ But it was very painful. That was the first time I really took my time. Normally when that happens I say, ‘Oh, I’m fine, I’m fine, I want to fight.’ But Jason Herzog came up to me and said, ‘Relax, take your time,’ and I was like, ‘Oh fuck, I need to take my time.’

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«But I tried to get back into the fight very quickly because I knew that Figueiredo I was getting tired, but I couldn’t. But after that, I was very angry and I finished the third round strong, and I thought I had won it. I was so excited at the time because I showed people that I am real. Many different media did not give me the opportunity to win that fight, and I understand it, “he also explained, acknowledging that there was also fatigue on his part.

Trust the rematch

Regarding what was the tough battle last weekend, Brandon He also said: “Figueiredo looked amazing in his last fight with Alex Pérez. But I’m just a Mexican kid trying to do something here. Figueiredo he is human and I tried to show the world that I can do something in this sport. It was clear that I can be a champion and that I deserve that title. I came for everything and I’m not going to leave until I get it ».

“In a perfect world, I prefer April because I need to recover very well. It will give me time to get to Tijuana to start training little by little, step by step. Then, of course, training ground, game plan and stuff. I can be ready in March, April is better for me. May or June are too far away, “he concluded. Now, Brandon Moreno will prepare in the best way for the rematch, without yet having an official date.

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