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Cameron VanCamp

Lightweight Division

15-7-1 (W-L-D)


Wins by Knockout


Wins by Submission


First Round Finishes

Cameron VanCamp

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Learn more about Cameron VanCamp's UFC history, fighter facts, and Q&A below.

Not Fighting
Place of Birth
Indianapolis, United States
Octagon Debut
May. 7, 2022
Leg reach
  • Pro since 2014

  • Four wins by KO, nine by submission (Front choke, guillotine, armbar, 2 RNC, 3 triangle, heel hook)

  • Nine first round finishes

  • Has won four of his last six

  • Holds 2019 win over UFC vet Dan Stittgen

  • Has also faced Bobby Voelker, Thomas Gifford and Austin Hubbard

UFC Fight Night (9/17/22) VanCamp was stopped by Nikolas Motta via strikes at 3:49 of the first round 

UFC 274 (5/7/22) VanCamp was knocked out by Andre Fialho at 2:35 of the first round

When and why did you start training for fighting? I began training in 2011 after my senior wrestling season. I started fighting instead of going to college because I wanted to create a life full of passion that I would enjoy

What ranks and titles have you held? Champion of 165lb Chosen Few Fighting Championships,

170 HRMMA, 170 Colosseum Combat, 170 United Combat League, 170 Strike Hard Promotions, 170 B2 Fighting Series

Do you have any heroes? My son, Kael VanCamp. Without him to slow me down and mature me, I wouldn’t be where I am today

What does it mean for you to fight in the UFC? It means I’m one step closer to reaching my goals.

Specific accomplishments in pro competition? My favorite accomplishment was winning a pro title the same night with my little brother, Kellen

Favorite grappling technique: Wrestling, by far

Favorite Striking technique: Flying Knee