- UFC 283 odds have Deiveson Figueiredo -118 vs Brandon Moreno +100.
- The series is currently 1 draw and 1 win each. With Figueiredo claiming the title back off Moreno in their last bout at UFC 270.
- We give some early betting analysis and cover the opening UFC odds for Figueiredo vs Moreno 4 below.
Figueiredo and Moreno will square off for a fourth consecutive time for the Flyweight title this year. A rare occurrence in UFC history to make the 4th fight between two fighters just shows the magnitude of this rivalry. We review the latest Figueiredo vs Moreno odds for the fourth fight to be settled at UFC 283 on Saturday, January 21, 2023.
Figueiredo vs Moreno 4 Odds
As far as the opening odds for Figueiredo vs Moreno UFC online sportsbooks are giving Figueiredo a slight edge at -118. Bet $118 on either Figueiredo to net $100. Meanwhile, Moreno who scored a TKO-win over Kai Kara-France at UFC 277 earlier this year, has plus odds of +100.
After sharing the Octagon three times so far, totaling 13 rounds and over 60 minutes of all-out war. Yet the fans and oddsmakers are still torn on who has the edge here for their fourth and possibly final bout. Check out these Glover Teixeira vs Jamahal Hill Odds & Predictions for UFC 283. We also have Burns vs Magny odds live too,
Betting on Figueiredo vs Moreno 4
Going back to the roots of this quadrilogy, you have to look back to UFC 256 in late 2020. It was a back-and-forth battle that was a fight of the year candidate, with it ending in a draw. It was a no-brainer to call for an immediate rematch with Figueiredo embracing his role as the villain and Moreno becoming a real fan favorite as the “Assasin Baby”.
Out of all the fights so far, Moreno was the biggest underdog for their first bout at UFC 256. Coming into the fight as a +275 live dog’. In the rematch of UFC 263, Moreno maintained his underdog status against Figueiredo.
This time Figueiredo, was just shy of -200 compared to -320 from their first bout. The rematch was the shortest of the three fights so far, with Moreno putting on a clinical performance against Figueiredo finishing the Brazilian by submission in the 3rd round.
For the trilogy, Figueiredo brought in the assistance of “Triple C” Henry Cejudo. It paid off for the former flyweight champion who fought a strategic game plan against Moreno. Scoring a unanimous decision win on the judges scorecards 48-47.. Now the scales we’ve balanced again with the trilogy going 1-1-1.
My early hunch is that Figueiredo will have the edge in this fight and be the slight favorite by the time fight night rolls around.
Moreno Wants to Settle the Score
Brandon Moreno knows just how close the 4th fight went. With a submission win already over Figgy, perhaps the “Assassin Baby” will go back to a style similar to the second bout.
“I want my manager to push for the fourth fight; that’s all I want right now,” Moreno told MMA Junkie in January. “I don’t want anything else. Obviously if it doesn’t happen, I’ll be pissed. I’ll say whatever I’ll say, and then the next day I’ll be focused on the opponent. But for me, it’s very clear what I want – I want the fourth fight.
“I want to fight Deiveson, and I want to finish this. I want there to be a clear winner in all of this.”
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