Deiveson Figueiredo

Deus da Guerra


Will take on Moreno again
March 22, 2022
Figueiredo will take on Brandon Moreno at the UFC Flyweight Championship that is targeted for July, MMA reporter Ariel Helwani reports.
This will be the first time in UFC history that two fighters have faced each other four times. Figueiredo regained the flyweight belt after beating Moreno by unanimous decision in January. Moreno submitted Figueiredo in the previous meeting last June.
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New UFC Flyweight Champion
January 22, 2022
Figueiredo regained the UFC Flyweight Championship on Saturday, defeating Brandon Moreno via unanimous decision (48-47, 48-47, 48-47) at UFC 270 in Anaheim.
No fighters have ever faced each other four times in the UFC, but that appears to be where this one is heading after another epic clash between Figueiredo and Moreno. The Brazilian regained the title he lost to Moreno last June, but it didn't come easy. In fact, there's a real case to be made that Moreno was the more effective and consistent fighter throughout the course of the bout. He was certainly the more active fighter. Yet, Figueiredo had two big things going for him. The first was a wise game plan in which Deiveson landed plenty of leg kicks to limit Moreno's mobility. The second, and most important aspect of the fight, was a pair of knockdowns from Figueiredo. The first coming very late in Round 3 and the second midway through Round 5. The one in the third frame was the most important strike of the fight, as it swung a round that was seemingly going in Brandon's favor the other way. It would have been nice to see Figueiredo pick up the volume and aggressiveness at points, but that's just nitpicking. Figueiredo and Moreno are clearly the two best flyweights on the planet today, and with them now tied at a fight a piece (plus a tie) in their trilogy, a fourth bout, potentially in Moreno's native Mexico, seems to be the end result here. And it will be terrific. In the meantime, Figueiredo will take home a $50,000 bonus for his efforts here, as this bout was awarded Fight of the Night honors.
Fight against Moreno moved
October 11, 2021
The fight between Figueiredo and Brandon Moreno has been moved to UFC 270 on Jan. 22, according to Danny Segura of
The third bout between these two elite fighters was expected to happen in December this year, but now they will have to wait until January next year to cap their trilogy. The move comes after the addition of Masvidal-Edwards to UFC 269. As of early-October, oddsmakers list Figueiredo as approximately a (+150) betting underdog to earn back his championship.
Gets title shot versus Moreno
September 15, 2021
Figueiredo will challenge Brandon Moreno (foot) for the UFC Flyweight Championship at UFC 269, Brett Okamoto of reports.
The third fight in almost exactly a year between these two will be the first where Figueiredo is the challenger for the belt. The first fight was a majority draw, and Moreno beat Figueiredo with a rear-naked choke to take the flyweight title in June at UFC 263.
No-shows UFC 263 loss, drops belt
June 12, 2021
Figueiredo lost his UFC Flyweight Championship on Saturday, falling to Brandon Moreno via submission (rear-naked choke) at 2:26 of Round 3 at UFC 263 in Glendale, Arizona.
The first fight between these two, which took place last December and was ultimately ruled a draw, was a back-and-forth war. This was a lopsided affair in which Figueiredo wasn't the least bit competitive. That's not to take anything away from Moreno, who was brilliant, but Figueiredo looked so bad that it wouldn't be the least bit surprising to find out he was dealing with an injury or something. He was suspiciously inactive and allowed Moreno to dominate no matter where the fight took place. It could have just been an off night, but Figueiredo has looked like a dominant physical force (even in the previous draw) throughout the duration of his UFC run, and he was the furthest thing from that on Saturday. Given the Brazilian's talent level and lack of depth in the division, there appears to be an overwhelming likelihood that Figueiredo works his way back into the title picture before too long.
Books title rematch with Moreno
February 25, 2021
Figueiredo (toe/biceps) agreed Thursday to take on Brandon Moreno (shoulder/arm) in a flyweight title rematch June 12 at UFC 263, Ariel Helwani of reports.
Figueiredo (20-1-1) retained his title belt after fighting Moreno (18-5-2) to a draw at UFC 256 in Las Vegas back in December, though both flyweights came out of the bout with six-month medical suspension. Both should be back to full health by the summer, at which point Figueiredo will put his belt on the line once again. Including his draw with Moreno, "Deus da Guerra" is unbeaten in his last six fights.