Since 2010, ShoFIGHT has produced over 50 Events, featuring over 750 individual bouts and has played host to over one thousand fighters. With cooperation from our proud sponsors, we have decided to induct several of the more notable Fighters into the 'ShoFIGHT Hall of Fame.

Mark 'Tricky' Dickman


Mark 'Tricky' Dickman: Mark Dickman became the inaugural ShoFIGHT Lightweight Champion at 'ShoFIGHT 1' in April of 2010 and Signed his first professional contract a few months later. As a professional fighter, Dickman has fought at Featherweight for RFA and Bellator, but his long-term goal is a UFC Championship.

Grandpa' Don Williams


'Grandpa' Don Williams: Don Williams first entered the ShoFIGHT Cage at the ripe old age of 54, and then continued competing successfully for several years following. Although 'Grandpa' never captured ShoFIGHT Gold, he quickly became a fan favorite and mentor to many of the fans and fighters of the 4-Sate region.

Rance 'the Punisher' Foust


Rance 'the Punisher' Foust: Known to many as the greatest champion in ShoFIGHT history, Rance Foust remained humble in both victory and defeat during his reign as Champ. Foust captured ShoFIGHT titles in three different weight classes and defended them a record 7x between 2010 and his retirement in 2013.

Javon 'Wolfman' Wright


Javon 'Wolfman' Wright: 'Wolfman' dominated the Featherweight division beginning with a win at 'ShoFIGHT 2,' in June of 2010. Known for defending against ALL challengers, Wright held the Championship without a loss until signing his first professional contract 2 years later.

Chris 'the Beast' Brandenburg


Chris 'the Beast' Brandenburg: Chris Brandenburg was first featured at 'ShoFIGHT 4,' where he earned 'Fight of the Night' honors for his 3 round battle with John Lloyd. 'The Beast' became a fan favorite, competing on many ShoFIGHT cards until signing his first professional contract at 41 years old in 2012.