Country: New Zealand
Purse Per Fight: $75k
Shane Young is a professional mixed martial arts fighter from New Zealand. He is active and holds a contract with UFC promotion. The 30-year-old performed outstandingly in top MMA promotions like WLF, Glory of Heroes, Brace, and XFC. In 2017, Young made their debut in UFC Fight Night 121 against Alexander Volkanovski but lost the fight. Shane Young’s career earnings, purse payouts, potential bonuses, and sponsorship money were reported.
|Opponents||Purses||Win Bonuses||Total Payouts||PPV Card||Year|
|Alexander Volkanovski||$12k||N/A||$12k||UFC Fight Night 121||2017|
|Rolando Dy||$16k||$16k||$32k||UFC Fight Night 132||2018|
|Austin Arnett||$18k||$18k||$36k||UFC 234||2019|
|Ludovit Klein||$20k||N/A||$20k||UFC 253||2020|
|Omar Morales||$24k||N/A||$24k||UFC 260||2021|
|Blake Bilder||$26k||N/A||$26k||UFC 284||2023|
|Gabriel Miranda||$75k||UFC 293||2023|
In 2017, when Shane Young made their debut in the UFC he earned a guaranteed purse of $12k, since he lost the fight his overall earnings increased maximum of $16k which included $4k in sponsorship money. In 2018, he dominated opponent Rolando Dy in the fight night 132 fight card and earned a guaranteed purse of $32k which included $16k show money and a $16k win bonus overall earnings exceeded $36k which included $4k sponsorship.
In 2023, when he will return to UFC arena once again, he will earn guaranteed purse of $75k for the fight against Gabriel Miranda and overall earnings hike to $150k which include $75k as win bonus. Further details which include Shane Young’s career earnings updated after each of his pay-per-view fights.