Rémi "Tornado" Gélinas
The north shore Tornado of Montreal is a pioneer of the SFL. With near than 50 fights to his record including 28 wins, his exceptional dedication has greatly contributed to the success and also survival of the Submission Fight League. Normally calm, Rémi unleashes his wrath during his bouts which are always filled with action. Always ready for war, the Tornado is well surrounded by his « army » of young soldiers to whom he teaches Muay Thaï and submission wrestling for a couple of years already. A good dozen of them fought in the SFL too. Middleweight champion in 2005, he was also the referee for many fights in 2004 and 2005.
Jonathan "Gun-Z" Gonçalves
The one who we call Gun-Z breathes martial arts and more specifically judo since childhood. He actually learned how to throw his opponents at the same time he started learning how to read and write. Very intense and strong physically, Jonathan has the fighting spirit and has only one idea in mind : destroy his opponents. However, he shows them a profound respect which is required in the tradition of judo in which he grew up. Winner of the first ever fight of the SFL in 2004 against Rémi Gélinas, he is certainly one of the most exciting fighter to see in action. Gun-Z has participated in the creation of the SFL rules and was the first ever lightweight champion of the league.
Patricio is a passionate of Brazilian jiu-jitsu. In a splendid physical form, this Peruvian origin athlete has an unquenchable thirst of fighting. With a unique style, he always impresses the ones who see him for the first time with his technique and his unusual flexibility. Brown belt in BJJ, he incarnates kindness and respect like no one else. He is always encouraging and says positive things to everyone whenever he is at a SFL event. Patricio was the winner in the advanced division at the first SFL championship.
Aimé Henripin is to this day the fighter who has fought the most bouts in the SFL. He also holds the record for most consecutive wins with nine and co-holds the record for most wins, tied with Rémi Gélinas. Cold Volcano loves to dominate his opponents with his wrestling and finish them off with his famous guillotine choke. Champion of the light-heavyweight category, he lost that title for a short moment against the formidable Dave Kof. Now as a heavyweight, the Cold Volcano can emerge at any time. His opponents are well aware of it.
Maxime Dubois was the first giant size fighter of the SFL. Undisputed champion of the heavyweights, he only lost 3 times in 13 bouts. Intimidating with his bodybuilder shape, this wrestler was particularly agile when it comes to throwing an opponent and also dominated his foes with his physical strength. Certainly the fastest heavyweight to have fought in the league, Maxime has sadly left us during the summer of 2007. R.I.P. Max.
Jimmy "Golden Boy" Tat
Like all martial art organization who respects itself, the SFL has in its ranks a talented fighter of oriental origins. Bringing action and showmanship to the fight, his passion for martial arts is surely not dated from yesterday. He was one of the most active fighters during the first two years of the league. He has fought ones of the most epic battles in the history of the SFL against Rémi Gélinas and Aimé Henripin. Always proud and sure of his abilities, Jimmy has a very good sense of humour.
Dave "Dave Whoodini" Kof
Dave Kof is, without a shadow of a doubt, one of most talented athlete to have fought in the SFL. This wandering grappler possesses herculean strength and an almost flawless technique. He terrorized all his opponents who were in his way in 2004 and 2005. This enigmatic person nicknamed “Whoodini” is a spiritual, curious and intelligent being. Naturally a nonchalant fighter, this tactic is used to dupe his enemies until the appropriate moment to attack. It is then when he explodes and let them feel his wrath. He also loves to teach what his knowledge to the ones around him.
Pierre-Luc "Brutus" Masson
This tall lad has a surprising physical strenght for his weight. Not many could have boast themselves to have had an easy fight against him during the first two years of SFL. As the first ever middleweight champion of the league, he retired after nine fights with only two losses against heavier or more experienced opponents than him. Pierre-Luc was the first ever referee of the SFL in 2004.
Martin "Spider" Trottier-Dionne
Martin is one of the most talented lightweight to have competed in the organization in 2005 and 2006. He was the light weight champion for several months after his convincing win over Guillaume Lamarche. Martin has unfortunately left the world of martial arts since 2007 to concentrate on his work.