Brandon Moreno, excellent Mexican fighter from UFC and new flyweight champion, made history. After submitting Deiveson Figueiredo in the third round, last Saturday at the UFC 263, the Latino became the first fighter from Mexico to get a title in that company. Of course, it was totally deserved, since he had won the first two rounds and was more active than the Brazilian.
For this reason, after drawing in the initial battle, in this he defeated the Brazilian and is the new flyweight champion. Given its title and the emotion it generated in Latin America, a photo appeared on social networks, which Moreno himself shared. In this postcard, you can see a gigantic mural that they have painted on a street, portraying the moment in which they put his belt on him and he cries with joy.
At the post-event conference, Brown He stated, ‘I can’t believe it. This moment is so special. I always try to joke around and play with everyone, but today was a very emotional day for me, you know? I started crying because I feel it deep in my heart. I worked really hard for that fucking belt. Today I have to have it with me. I’m so happy right now.
«I have 10 years as a professional, 15 years practicing this sport, and this moment is so special. Not just for me, for all the people around me who support me on this journey. This training camp took three years off my life, but I don’t care. I have the belt right now and that’s the most important thing. I don’t have enough words to explain how I feel today, “said the Mexican.
What’s more, Brandon Moreno he had said, “I put one of the best fighters in the world before the eyes of the world. I took advantage of the six months and worked as hard as I could to achieve this. Look at me now, I’m the champion of UFC. Long live Mexico. Yes you can, never stop dreaming. I did what many sometimes do not believe I can achieve. I am the first champion in the history of Mexico in this company. This is for all my people, for my country.
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