What is Brandon Moreno Net Worth?

Brandon Moreno Net Worth is US$ 1.6 Million as of 2022.

Net WorthUS$ 1.6 Million
Born:December 7, 1993 (29 Years)
Birth NameBrandon Carrillo Moreno
GenderMale
Height5′ 7”
HoroscopeSagittarius
Country of OriginTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Source of WealthMixed Martial Artist
Marital StatusMarried
SpouseShirley Moreno
ChildrenMaddie (Daughter),  Megan (Daughter), Morgan (Daughter)
Famous ForLegacy Fighting Alliance Flyweight Champion

Biography

Brandon Moreno net worth is estimated to be approx US$ 1.6 Million as of 2022. Brandon Moreno is a Mexican-qualified mixed martial artist. He contests in the Flyweight division in the Ultimate Fighting Championship , where he is the present Interim UFC Flyweight Champion and a former UFC Flyweight Champion.

Timeline

2011

Moreno completed his professional MMA first appearance in his native Mexico in April.

2013

Brandon combined a record of 6 wins and 3 losses

2014

Brandon went undefeated in the campaign at 5–0 and eventually won the Flyweight championship, which headed him to being cast in the Flyweight tournament on the 25th season of The Ultimate Fighter.

2016

Moreno was a participant in The Ultimate Fighter: Tournament of Champions. He was selected as a member of Team Benavidez.

2017

Brandon won the fight UFC Fight Night 108 by submission in the second round and was awarded a Performance of the Night bonus.

2018

Moreno lost the UFC Fight Night 129 after being cut from the UFC in 2018.

2019

Moreno faced Kai Kara-France on December 14, 2019, at UFC 245. He won the fight by unanimous decision.

2020

Moreno faced Deiveson Figueiredo for the UFC Flyweight Championship on December 12, 2020, at UFC 256. This fight earned both athletes “the fight of the Night award”.

2022

The tetralogy bout between Moreno and Deiveson Figueiredo for the UFC Flyweight Championship is scheduled on January 21, 2023, at UFC 283.

Early Life

Brandon was born on December 7, 1993, in a lower-middle-class family with a pinata business in Tijuana, Baja, California, Mexico. When Brandon was 12, he decided to drop some weight, so his mother registered his name in the homegrown Entram Gym, and he started training in mixed martial arts. Despite his previous goals to graduate from law school and become a legal counselor, Brandon decided to concentrate on his mixed martial art training. He trained extensively throughout his teenage years and began competing at the amateur level.

Career

In April 2011, Brandon initiated his professional mixed martial arts career in his native Mexico. He has a cumulative record of 6 wins and 3 losses. In 2014, Moreno formally entered the World Fighting Federation campaign. He went undefeated in the campaign at 5–0. Eventually, he won the Flyweight championship.

Moreno is an exceptional participant because he made his UFC debut, whereas his Ultimate Fighter season was still in progress. He made his professional debut against Louis Smolka on October 1, 2016. On his first professional appearance, Brandon won by submission. A three-fight winning back-to-back, he stopped when Sergio Pettis conquered him. Despite the two losses and a dead heat in a row, Brandon went on an undefeated streak that is still working. His first championship defense ended in a draw at UFC 256, but he crushed Deiveson by submission in a second go at UFC 263 to entitled the title.

In his next fight, in December, he played with Ryan Benoit in “The Ultimate Fighter: Tournament of Champions Finale.” He accomplished the fight through a splitting judgment. His next match was held in April 2017 when he confronted Dustin Ortiz at the UFC Fight Night 108. He won the fight via submission in the 2nd round and was bestowed a Performance of the Night bonus award.

Moreno confronted Sergio Pettis in August 2017 at UFC Fight Night 114. He strays the fight through united choice. Later he tested positive for clenbuterol after an in-competition urine sample composed a day after his match with Pettis. USADA has confirmed that the occurrence of clenbuterol in Moreno’s system was possibly caused by clenbuterol-contaminated meat that Brandon had eaten in Mexico. So he was not punished by USADA.

Later, with the Legacy Fighting Alliance, Brandon contracted a multi-fight agreement and completed his introduction Versus Maikel Perez, the prevailing Flyweight Champion, in June 2019 for LFA 69. Brandon won the competition through a technical knockout in the fourth round.

Later he resumed UFC at UFC Fight Night 159 on September 2019. The session finished in a splitting draw. Later Brandon won a prize fight against Kai Kara-France with a united result, monitored by one more win against Jussier Formiga in March 2020. He ensured a positive 2020, which led to Brandon fighting for the UFC Flyweight Championship against Deiveson Figueiredo in December 2020. The match was confirmed with the most draw, so the match was rearranged on July 2021. Moreno turned into the first Mexican-born UFC champion after captivating the fight.

Record of Martial Arts 

Res.RecordOpponentDate
Win20–6–2Kai Kara-FranceJuly 30, 2022
Loss19–6–2Deiveson FigueiredoJanuary 22, 2022
Win19–5–2Deiveson FigueiredoJune 12, 2021
Draw18–5–2Deiveson FigueiredoDecember 12, 2020
Win18–5–1Brandon RoyvalNovember 21, 2020
Win17–5–1Jussier FormigaMarch 14, 2020
Win16–5–1Kai Kara-FranceDecember 14, 2019
Draw15–5–1Askar AskarovSeptember 21, 2019
Win15–5Maikel PérezJune 7, 2019
Loss14–5Alexandre PantojaMay 19, 2018
Loss14–4Sergio PettisAugust 5, 2017
Win14–3Dustin OrtizApril 22, 2017
Win13–3Ryan BenoitDecember 3, 2016
Win12–3Louis SmolkaOctober 1, 2016
Win11–3Isaac CamarilloApril 16, 2016
Win10–3Tyler BialeckJuly 25, 2015
Win9–3Matt BetzoldFebruary 7, 2015
Win8–3C.J. SolivenSeptember 20, 2014
Win7–3Alex ContrerasJune 28, 2014
Win6–3Paul AmaroJuly 26, 2013
Win5–3Jason CarbajalMarch 23, 2013
Win4–3Jesse CruzSeptember 22, 2012
Loss3–3Brenson HansenJuly 28, 2012
Win3–2Jonathan CarterMay 19, 2012
Loss2–2Ron ScolesdangMarch 3, 2012
Win2–1Luis GarciaJanuary 29, 2012
Loss1–1Marco BeristainJune 25, 2011
Win1–0Atiq JihadApril 30, 2011

Highlights

Here are some of the best highlights of Brandon Moreno’s career:

  • UFC Flyweight Championship (One time)
  • Interim UFC Flyweight Championship (One time; current)
  • Fight of the Night (Three times) vs. Deiveson Figueiredo x2 and Kai Kara-France[44][51][54]
  • Performance of the Night (Three times) vs. Dustin Ortiz, Louis Smolka and Deiveson Figueiredo[47]
  • First Mexican UFC champion WFF Flyweight Champion (One time)
  • LFA Flyweight Championship (One time)
  • 2021 Breakthrough Fighter of the Year.
  • Won UFC match by 19-6-2 in 2022.

Frequently Asked Questions

How old is Brandon Moreno?

Born on December 7, 1993, Brando Moreno is 29 as of 2022.

When did Brandon Moreno become the champion?

Brando Moreno became the champion of the flyweight division at UFC 263.

What is Brandon Moreno’s net worth?

Brando Moreno’s net worth in 2022 is estimated at around US$1.6 million.

Summary

Brandon was born on December 7, 1993, in Tijuana, Baja, California, Mexico. also contended for the Legacy Fighting Alliance, where Brandon was the Legacy Fighting Alliance Flyweight Champion. As on March 2022, he is #1 in the UFC flyweight rankings, also he is #15 in the UFC men’s pound-for-pound rankings as of November  2022.

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