“I’ll show him” – Deiveson Figueiredo is frustrated at Joe Rogan calling the interim flyweight belt “the real world title.”
Deiveson Figueiredo vs. Moreno has grown into one of the most heated rivalries in UFC history over the past two years. Their combined record is 1-1-1, with Figueiredo winning their last fight at UFC 270 in January.
Despite Figueiredo’s declaration in January that he wanted to make a rematch Moreno In Mexico or Brazil, UFC seems to want to keep the fights domestic. Figueiredo is from Brazil, Moreno from Mexico. Deiveson has no plans to compete at flyweight for much longer. He lost 125 pounds, but now that he’s 35 and not getting any younger, his body is starting to show the effects.
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This is not the only reform deiveson brought in his training setup. He recently cut off contact Wallid Ismail, his longtime manager. The Brazilian is now managed by another UFC veteran. Uriah Faberaccording to information first reported by Combate and later verified by Deiveson, and also trains with Charles Oliveira and considers it “ideal”.
The co-main event between Kai Kara-France and Brandon Moreno for the interim flyweight championship was also dubbed “the real title fight” by Rogan during the interim broadcast of the UFC 277 event on Saturday. In the comment it said “I don’t think we’ll ever see Deiveson Figueiredo at 125 again and I think those two gentlemen there’s a really good argument that Moreno won that last fight too.” He further added, “So that’s the World Championship fight right there, I think.”
Deiveson explained: “I’ll show him, maybe there could be a friendly bet to gain weight and I’ll show him. I’m basically going to tell him what’s going on and what’s really going to happen.”
The fourth fight between Figueiredo and Moreno was originally scheduled before the current flyweight champion suffers a hand injury that will keep him out of action until the fourth quarter of the year. Figueiredo gave an update on the injury and said he thinks things were going well. The above two boxers will soon face off again.
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