Shane Campbell Isn’t Done Yet

Dec 17, 2021

EDMONTON — Shane “Shaolin” Campbell has accomplished a lot in combat sports.

The hard-hitting Edmonton fighter has represented Canada in the UFC’s Octagon and is arguably the most dominant fighter to ever step in the Unified MMA cage. He also boasts an incredible professional kickboxing record of 69-10.

That being said, Campbell believes his best days are still ahead of him.

He fights top European striker in the Co-Main Event of Unified 42 at River Cree Resort & Casino on Friday, LIVE on UFC Fight Pass.

“With over a hundred fights already, I still feel pretty young in this game. My body feels good and my mind is sharp,” he says. 

“I think I’ve got about five years left of fighting at an elite level. Hopefully a big win here gets me back to the UFC, and I’ll have some more great fights before I call it a career.”


Unified MMA is the premier mixed martial arts promotion in Canada. The organization has successfully promoted 41 events since its debut in 2010. Unified MMA is home to Canada’s most exciting fighters, and has helped propel athletes like Tanner Boser, Tristan Connelly and KB Bhullar to the UFC’s Octagon.