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Shane Burgos

Featherweight Division

15-3-0 (W-L-D)


Wins by Knockout


Wins by Submission


First Round Finishes

Shane Burgos

athlete record


Learn more about Shane Burgos' UFC history, fighter facts, and Q&A below.

Not Fighting
Place of Birth
New York, United States
Trains at
Tiger Schulmann's MMA - Elmwood Park, NJ
Fighting style
Octagon Debut
Dec. 10, 2016
Leg reach

Fighter Facts

  • Pro since 2013

  • Five wins by KO, five by submission (3 RNC, guillotine, armbar)

  • Has won five of his last seven 

  • Six first round finishes

UFC History

(7/16/22) Burgos won a three round majority decision over Charles Jourdain 

UFC 268 (11/6/21) Burgos won a three round unanimous decision over Billy Quarantillo

UFC 262 (5/15/21) Burgos was stopped by Edson Barboza via strikes at 1:16 of the third round

UFC on ESPN (6/20/20) Burgos lost a three round unanimous decision to Josh Emmett

UFC 244 (11/2/19) Burgos stopped Makwan Amirkhani via strikes at 4:32 of the third round

UFC Fight Night (5/4/19) Burgos won a three round split decision over Cub Swanson

UFC 230 (11/3/18) Burgos submitted Kurt Holobaugh via armbar at 2:11 of the first round

UFC 220 (1/20/18) Burgos was stopped by Calvin Kattar via strikes at :32 of the third round

UFC on FOX (7/22/17) Burgos won a three round unanimous decision over Godofredo Pepey

UFC 210 (4/8/17) Burgos stopped Charles Rosa via strikes at 1:59 of the third round

UFC Fight Night (12/9/16) Burgos won a three round unanimous decision over Tiago Trator


When and why did you start training for fighting? It was love at first sight. From the first time I saw a UFC fight I was instantly hooked and knew I wanted to learn mixed martial arts. A few weeks later I started at a local Tiger Schulmann's school and the rest is history. 

What ranks and titles have you held? Black belt in Tiger Schulmann's Martial Arts, multiple time NAGA grappling medalist, two amateur MMA titles in separate weight divisions.

What does it mean for you to fight in the UFC? It’s literally a dream come true, as cliché as it sounds. I've dreamed of being here since I was 14 years old and now I'm here. I plan on seizing this opportunity. This means the world to me.

What was your job before you started fighting? Martial arts instructor. I still teach to this day in New Windsor, NY.

Specific accomplishments in amateur competition? 7-0 with five finishes and two titles in two different weight classes.

Favorite grappling technique: Triangle choke

Favorite Striking technique: Low kicks