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Brandon Moreno 2021 – Net Worth, Salary, Records and Endorsements

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Brandon Moreno is the number 1 ranked flyweight in the UFC, and here is all about his net worth, salary, records and endorsements

Brandon Moreno Facts

Birth PlaceTijuana, Mexico
Father’s NameAlfredo Moreno
Mother’s NameCecilia Carrillo
Star SignSagittarius
Net Worth (2021)$1- $5 million
Last Fight Earnings$180,000 (UFC 256)
Age27
Date of BirthDecember 7, 1993
EducationN/A
NationalityMexican
MMA DebutApril 30, 2011
MMA Record18-5-2
DivisionsFlyweight
AchievementsNumber 1 ranked UFC Flyweight, 1x Legacy Fighting Alliance Flyweight Champion
WifeShirley Moreno
ChildrenMaddie and Megan
EndorsementsSerenity Medical CBD
Social MediaInstagramTwitter

Moreno is one of the most exciting flyweights in the UFC roster. The Mexican is known for his never-say-die attitude, and always manages to put on a clinic against his opponents.

The man from Tijuana, in fact started his UFC career with a bang, earning a performance bonus of $50,000 for his submission win against Louis Smolka.

Today he is the number one ranked flyweight in the world, and is set to challenge for the flyweight title at UFC 263, against Deiveson Figueiredo.

Brandon Moreno Net Worth and Payouts

Brandon Moreno has an estimated net worth of $1million- $5million. Not much is known about how Moreno spends his riches. But a large part of his earnings is attributed to his fighting career.

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – DECEMBER 11: In this handout image provided by UFC, Brandon Moreno of Mexico poses on the scale during the UFC 256 weigh-in at UFC APEX on December 11, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

In his last bloodbath fight against Deiveson Figueiredo at UFC 256, Moreno took home a whopping $180,000 for his majority draw. His previous highest fight purse had been against Brandon Royval at UFC 255, where he earned $75,000.

Brandon Moreno MMA and UFC Record

Moreno has an impressive MMA record. Of the 25 fights he has fought, he was won 18, lost 5 and drawn 2. The Mexican began his MMA career at UWC Mexico against Atiq Jihad on the 30th of April, 2011.

He then suffered a poor run of form, which left him with a record of 3-3 by the end of July 2012. Moreno then turned his career around remarkably embarking on a wild 11-fight win streak.

Brandon Moreno and Deiveson Figueiredo put on a show at UFC 256
Brandon Moreno of Mexico punches Deiveson Figueiredo of Brazil in their flyweight championship bout during the UFC 256 event at UFC APEX on December 12, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

He made his UFC debut against Louis Smolka in October 2016, UFC Fight Night: Lineker vs Dodson. He went on a three-fight win streak before suffering back-to-back unanimous decision losses against Sergio Pettis and Alexandre Pantoja.

He then went back to Legacy Fighting Alliance, won the flyweight championship there, and once again came back to the UFC. He drew against Askar Askarov in September 2019, and then went on a three-fight win streak again before another draw against Deiveson Figueiredo.

It is worth noting that Moreno has never been finished in his career.

Brandon Moreno Wife, Family and Endorsements

Moreno was born to Mexican parents Cecilia Carrillo and Alfredo Moreno. When he was 12, Moreno wanted to lose weight, and hence his mother enrolled him in a local gym where he began training mixed martial arts. Moreno never went for higher education, focusing solely on his MMA career.

The Assassin Baby is married to Shirley Franco and the pair have two beautiful daughters Maddie and Megan.

As for his endorsements, not much is known, but the Mexican endorses a CBD brand named Serenity Medical CBD. The company is based in Detroit, USA.

Brandon Moreno Next Fight

Brandon Moreno’s next fight is against the flyweight champion Deiveson Figueiredo at UFC 263. The fight will be the co-main event in a stacked card featuring Israel Adesanya, Nate Diaz among other fighters.

This will be Moreno and Figueiredo’s rematch after the pair put on a fight for the ages at UFC 256. Both the fighters went hammer and tongs for full five rounds, and were still unable to be separated. The fight ended in a majority draw.

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