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Terry Wilson is a 8th degree Black Belt in Shintoyoshin-Ryu Jujitsu and a 5th degree Black Belt in Shorin-Ryu karate. He is also a five time Emmy Award winning television producer, director, writer and on camera host/reporter.

Off The Wall with Bob Wall

Fame can be a double-edged sword; along with the notoriety and finical rewards that accompany stardom also comes a loss of privacy. In addition,...

John Chatwood and the Deadly Combinations of Shinto Yoshin Ryu

The first lesson learned in the art of judo is to off balance your opponent in order to execute a throw. This method is...

Young IL Kong National Champion of Korea

Tae Kwon Do Grand Master Young IL Kong began his training at the young age of 9. His first teacher was General Woo, a strict...

Emin Boztepe Not A Sportsman

Emin Boztepe has been studying martial arts since 1976. During that time this Turkish born practitioner earned ranks in Taekwondo, Shotokan karate, Muay Thai, Turkish freestyle...

World Championship Kickboxing’s Bad to the Bone Lives Up To It’s...

Bad To The Bone was the moniker used to promote the Pay-Per-View Muay Thai kickboxing event held June 1, 2002 in New Mexico. The...

Nangtum Parinya: Lady Boy Muay Thai Champion of Thailand

Spectators Flock to Stadiums to Watch This Female Muay Thai Fighter, Nangtum Parinya, Who Once Was A Man. Among the many superstars in the sport...

“Judo” Gene Lebell

Called “the toughest man alive” by his peers, Judo Gene LeBell has been a martial arts icon for decades. At age 12 he began training...

David Krapes: Lua and Muay Thai

Raised in Southern California, David Krapes martial arts background spans over a 40-year period. In the late sixties he became a practitioner of San Soo...

Pat Johnson Undefeated

9th Degree Black Belt Master and film maker Pat Johnson was introduced to the Korean art of Tang Soo Do while serving as a...

Fumio Demura America’s First Karate Performer

Fumio Demura, a master in Shito-ryu karate and kubodo, won many tournaments in his homeland of Japan, culminating in his being named All Japan Karate...

Eric Lee Set The Standard For Kata Competition

Nicknamed “The King of Kata” Eric Lee reigned supreme from 1970 to 1974 as the most electrifying stylist ever to flow through a form. Winning...

Howard Jackson the “California Flash”

Howard Jackson hails from the mean streets of Detroit Michigan. Survival was a daily affair and to do so Jackson looked to the martial arts...

Frank Trejo Boxing and Kenpo

Frank Trejo began fighting at the ripe old age of 8 under the instruction of his grandfather who was a skilled boxer. His formal martial...

Chuck Norris A Most Popular Action Star

Chuck Norris is without question one of the most popular action stars ever to fill the big screen. And, with his long running hit television...

Karen Sheperd One of Martial Arts Brightest Stars

Karen Sheperd burst upon the martial arts scene like a comet and in the process she has become one of the arts brightest stars. A...

Hayward Nishioka One of the Best Judo Players Ever

During the 1960’s, Hayward Nishioka was United States Division judo Champion three times, in 1965, 1966 and 1970. In 1965 he retired as the National...

Coming to Grips with Champion Mark Kerr

Wrestling champion turned K.A.F. No Holds Bar competitor Mark Kerr has come to grips with one of the toughest sports in the world.  At...

Fighting Times: News of Celebrities in the Martial Arts

UNIVERSAL KARATE By Stuart Sobel UNIVERSAL CITY, California- The popular Urquidez Brothers staged a karate demonstration and family free-for-all at the Universal Studios Tours Theater...

Martial Arts Injuries: Fighting Father Time

Anyone who doesn’t believe that a professional martial artist is in the same league with other high caliber athletics only has to look at...

Pat Burleson “Grandfather” of Open Tournament Fighting in America

Pat Burleson, acknowledged as the “grandfather” of open tournament fighting in America, having won numerous national titles before retiring from competition in 1966. Mr. Burleson...