Unified MMA Champions Heading Into 2022

Jan 18, 2022

EDMONTON – Here’s an updated look at the Unified MMA title picture heading into our first event of 2022, Unified 43 on March 4 at River Cree Resort & Casino in Enoch, AB, LIVE on UFC Fight Pass.

Heavyweight (265): Chris Larsen (6-2 MMA, 6-1 Unified MMA)

Larsen defeated Jared Kilkenny by first-round TKO to first win the Unified MMA Heavyweight Championship at Unified 38, and he defended his title with a first-round submission victory over Grayson Wells at Unified 41.

Light-Heavyweight (205): Graham Park (8-3 MMA, 5-2 Unified MMA)

Park earned the Unified MMA Light-Heavyweight Championship with a first-round TKO victory over Sheldon Doll at Unified 38, and defended his crown with a first-round TKO over Neil Berry at Unified 40.

Super-Middleweight (195): Mariusz Ksiazkiewicz (9-1 MMA, 1-0 Unified MMA)

Ksiazkiewicz defeated Graham Park via first-round KO at Unified 42 to win the inaugural Unified MMA Super-Middleweight Championship

Middleweight (185): Vacant

Super-Lightweight (165): Jake Lindsay (15-11 MMA, 1-0 Unified MMA)

Jake Lindsey defeated Pat Pytlik via second-round submission at Unified 36 to earn the inaugural Unified MMA Super-Lightweight Championship.

Lightweight (155): Shane Campbell (19-8 MMA, 9-0 Unified MMA)

Campbell defeated fellow UFC vet Tristan Connelly by third-round submission to win the Unified MMA Lightweight Championship at Unified 31. He defended his title with back-to-back submission victories over Mike Scarcello and Stephen Beaumont at Unified 32 and Unified 33, respectively. 

Featherweight (145): Vacant

Bantamweight (135): Vacant


Unified MMA is Canada’s leading mixed martial arts promotion, showcasing the country’s top-ranked fighters, LIVE on UFC Fight Pass. The organization has successfully promoted 42 events since it was founded in 2009, and has propelled several athletes to the UFC’s Octagon.