ShoFIGHT Grand Prix

On Saturday, January 13th, the top Mixed Martial Arts promotion in the Region returns to the White House Theatre in Branson, MO for their 70th Event, the ShoFIGHT Grand Prix Tournament. Twelve of the top Middleweight Fighters in the Midwest will travel to Branson to compete in a single elimination tournament for the ShoFIGHT Grand Prix Championship.

One fighter will win three fights in one night to become Champion. “this is an incredible opportunity for young fighters to cement themselves at the top of the division. Very rarely are fighters allowed to compete more than once in the same night, but we have been granted special permission from our Sanctioning Body to present this event to the fans,” says ShoFIGHT CEO JT Tilley.
“We are very fortunate to have involvement from all of the top teams in the region, and the bracket for this event is outstanding,” continued Tilley, “We will determine on Saturday night the top competitor is at 185 pounds.”
Here are the competitors;

1. Joseph Carriker (Joplin, MO)

2. Jeremiah Curtright (St Charles, MO)

3. Erik Favella (Silom Springs, AR)

4. Chance Farley (Boonville, AR)

5. Bradley Toth (Salem, AR)

6. Lane Wilson (Lebanon, MO)

7. Steven Minski (Springfield, MO)

8. Mario DeColores (Berryville, AR)

9. Ron Bata (Mountain Home, AR)

10. James Johnson (Flippin, AR)

11. Lance Lee (Nixa, MO)

12. John Ahmrain (Wichita, KS)

Also on the card, local featherweight Quinten Davidson of Branson Fight Club puts an undefeated record on the line, when he faces top contender Colton Hamm for the vacant ShoFIGHT Featherweight Championship in the Co-Main Event. Davidson has been dominant in competition at 145 pounds, and a win on Saturday night will solidify him as the top featherweight in the promotion.

Tickets for this event are selling quickly at This will be another sold-out event. Select general admission tickets will be available at the door on fight night.

The Card will feature 15 fights total. Gates open at 6 PM, with the first fight beginning at 7 PM.

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