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Young Bo Kong: Fastest Kicker in the World

The phrase, “faster than a speeding bullet…”is used to describe a Superhero from the planet Krypton, it can also be used to describe a...

Professor Larry Cary Has Passed Away

Professor Larry Cary was an 10th Degree Black Belt in Danzan Ryu Jujitsu and the Soke and Founder of Unity Martial Arts (System of...

Eddie Morales: Goju Ryu

Hanshi Eddie Morales was the third of four children. He lived in Williamsburg Brooklyn New York where he began his study of martial arts....

Tu Lam

Tu Lum is an edged weapons master who has studied Filipino martial arts, military tactical weapon fighting, and designs his own blades. Tactical blades...

Richard Rabago Passes Away

It is with a very heavy heart that we inform you that Sensei Richard Rabago passed away yesterday, May 17, 2012. High-ranking Shorin-ryu karate Master...

Doron Navon – Six Years With Hatsumi Sensei

Like a true ninja, he remains a complex and intriguing enigma to most of the world, even to Doron Navon and other who know him...

Victor Marx All Things Possible

I believe in Victor Marx and his mission. ~ Frank Shamrock ABOUT VICTOR MARX Victor Marx is founder and President of “All Things Possible,” a national...

To Wash Or Not To Wash Your Belt

True or false? The darker the belt, the more training and experience you had. If you washed your belt, your knowledge and spirit would be...

Bren Foster Tae Kwon Do

Born in London England on November 2, 1976, Bren Foster moved to Australia when he was 3 years old. He began training in the martial arts at the...

David German TAI Karate

David German celebrated his fiftieth year in the Martial Arts at age sixty-three and was recognized as a Judan, tenth degree, by over 20...

Joe Hess

Joe Hess was an instructor at Broward Community College's criminal justice institute in Davie, a former police officer, and an internationally renowned martial arts...

America’s Obsession with Martial Arts Titles

A few months ago, I attended a martial arts convention where there were large number of well-known practitioners of all styles, as well as...

Kwong Wing Lam Has Passed Away

Sifu Kwong Wing Lam was born in Canton and began his training in Chinese martial arts at the age eight in Hong Kong. He...

Rena Kanokogi Turns Disappointment into Gold

Judoka Rena Kanokogi otherwise known as Rusty, was born in Brooklyn, New York on July 30, 1935. She grew up rough in Coney Island and...

Dan Anderson – Anderson Martial Arts Systems

Dan Anderson is the director and chief instructor of Dan Anderson Karate and has a 7th Degree Black Belt in Karate, a 6th Degree...

Patrick McCarthy: Koryu Uchinadi

Hanshi, is a 5th generation student of Uchinadi with an impeccable lineage of Okinawan instructors, starting with his teacher Kinjo Hiroshi and his...

Ted Lucaylucay Interview

Ted Lucaylucay October 5, 1945 - March 30, 1996 Steve: The first question would be how long have you been involved in the martial arts, Guru Ted...

Willie Adams Isshin-ryu Karate

Willie Adams has a long and colorful history as one of the most prominent and respected martial artists in America. His history began in...

Stuart Quan Passed Away

Stuat Quan October 17, 1962 – January 09, 2006 Stuart Quan owned a long-standing karate studio in North Fresno, teaching students of all ages. He was a national-ranked forms...

Ji Han-Jae Sin Moo Hapkido

Ji Han-Jae (Chi Hon-tsoi) was born in Andong, South Korea in 1936. He is one of the highest ranking hapkido instructors in the world...