All right, folks. Let's recap.
From here (again):
Certified Teaching Degrees:
Master Jeff Davis, from Morgantown, West Virginia, has trained in more than two dozen Martial Arts Styles, and holds Certified Teaching Degrees in nine of those, including several different Japanese Grappling Arts (Judo, Aikido, Aikijutsu, Ju-jutsu, etc.). He has also earned four different Martial Arts Master's Degrees: Gyaku-Nami-Do Karate, Shorin-Ryu Karate, Pai-Lum Kung-Fu and Southern Chinese Kempo.
-Kodokan Judo (pending verification)
-Aikido (unable to be verified)
-Aikijujutsu (unable to be verified)
-Jujutsu (unable to be verified)
Martial Arts Master's Degrees:
-Pai-Lum Kung Fu
-Southern Chinese Kempo
These styles are also styles of Mr. Davis' master, Eugene/Gene F. Thorner, so it is logical to assume Mr. Thorner promoted Mr. Davis.
Mr. Thorner's arrival in America in 1969 coincides with Mr. Davis' statement that he started learning from him at the age of 8 given the fact Mr. Davis was born in 1961.
He began training in Judo when he was 8 years-old under the direction of Grand Master E. F. Thorner from Okinawa, Japan, a three-time national Judo champion (AAU). Almost immediately, Master Davis became immersed in several different forms of the Martial Arts, as he was soon able to train and perform with some of the greatest Martial Artists in the world, including Chuck Norris and World Middleweight Champion, Bill "Superfoot" Wallace.
The statistics claimed by Mr. Thorner and Mr Davis have a discrepancy here. Mr. Thorner claims to have been state champion (6 times), tri-state champion (Not likely because the AAU has district-level competitition which splits in half the states of Pennsylvania and Ohio, two of the three he claims to be champion of.) and two-time national champion. Not three.
-Trained/performed with Bill Wallace (unable to be verified)
-Trained/performed with Chuck Norris (unable to be verified)
Rank in Kodokan Judo (pending verification)
In addition to his training in Kodokan Judo, Master Davis has earned rankings in Goshin Jujutsu, as well as several variations of the Aiki Arts (i.e. Aikido, Aiki-Jutsu, Aiki-Jujutsu), and has trained under such notable instructors as Sensei Carl Galey and Ruriko Masutani Sensei (Member of ASMA).
Rank in Goshin Jujutsu (A loose form of jujutsu similar to JKD where interpretation is varied. Unable to be verified.)
-Training under Sensei Carl Galey and Ruriko Masutani Sensei (confirmed both are members of the Association For the Martial Arts and likely trained Davis)
-Training in various forms of Kung-fu and Chinese weaponry (plausible)
Master Jeff Davis has trained in various forms of Kung-Fu and Chinese Weaponry with such great instructors as Sifu Terry McLain, Sifu Tim Hairston, Sifu Charlie Brown, Sifu Brendan Lai, Sifu Tom Turcotte, Grand Master Daniel K. Pai and even the late Mr. Bruce Lee. He has trained in various forms of Karate, Kobujutsu (weaponry), Iaido & Kenjutsu (Japanese Swordsmanship) with such prominent instructors as Renshi George Papandreas, Shihan Oscar D. Alicea, Mike Farrell Sensei, Shihan Tony Farrell, Sam D. Pearson Sensei, Hanshi John Hamilton, Grand Master Ted Vollrath (also training in handicapped instruction methods), and Soke [Grand Master] Glenn R. Premru.
-Trained under Sifu Terry McLain, Sifu Tim Hairston, Sifu Charlie Brown, Sifu Brendan Lai, Sifu Tom Turcotte, Grandmaster Daniel K. Pai, Mr. Bruce Lee (unable to be verified)
-Training in various forms of karate (trained in Shorin-ryu and Gyaku-Nami-Do karate, thus making this statement true.), Kobujutsu (unable to be verified), Iaido & Kenjutsu (unable to be verified)
-Trained with George Papandreas (owner and proprietor of http://www.ameurasiart.com/, previously on the Zoning Commission for the City of Morgantown WV), Shihan Oscar D Alicea, Sensei Mike Farrell (ASMA), Shihan Tony Farrell (9-dan Kyokushin-ha Karate), Sam D. Pearson (9-dan Watai Karate-jitsu, 9-dan Shorin-ryu Karate), John Hamilton (ASMA), Ted Vollrath (deceased, founder of Martial Arts for the Handicapbale a.k.a. Mr. No Legs), Glenn R. Premru (wanted felon, has his own Bullshido thread)
Some extra reading:
Does anyone know Sensei Oscar Alicea? - Kyokushin4life
Help Capture Glenn R. Premru, Black Belt Hall of Fame Member - No BS MMA and Martial Arts
-National Level Competitor (sport nor organization stated, unable to be verified)
As an athlete, Master Davis was a National Level Competitor for 17 years. In 1976, he was ranked #3 as a fighter, by Chuck Norris and the United Fighting Arts Federation (UFAF), even though he was only fifteen years old, at the time. He fought Full-Contact Karate (PKA) for three years, and was the 1988 ASMA Black Belt National Champion in both Kata (forms) and Kumite (fighting).
-Ranked #3 Fighter in 1976 by Chuck Norris and United Fighting Arts Federation (shown to be false, the UFAF was not formed until 1979)
-Fought in the PKA for three years (shown to be false, no record of Jeff Davis was found in the PKA)
-1988 ASMA Black Belt National Champion; Kata, Kumite (ASMA has not been shown to be a national organization with a wealth of trained fighters able to compete at state, national, or Olympic level. Claims holds no weight)
-1984: starts the MKCCMA tournament (no reference upon Google search, research pending)
In 1984, he started the Mountaineer Karate Classic Martial Arts Tournament, here in West Virginia, which eventually became the ASMA Nationals. The tournament has since been held in Florida. Now in semi-retirement from active competition, because of career ending injuries, suffered in 1989, Master Davis was told that he would never walk again, and nearly lost both of his legs. But after conducting his own rehab program, he competed only four months after the incident, winning the Black Belt Grand Championship Trophy in one of the toughest, and one of the last remaining "old-school" tournaments in the country, the Battle of the Carolinas.
-1989: winning Black Belt Grand Championship Trophy in Battle of the Carolinas (pending research. Battle of the Carolinas is confirmed to have taken place at least in 1976. Source: Dec 1976 issue, Black Belt magazine: http://books.google.com/books?id=Q9Q...20arts&f=false
The last two paragraphs do not require research due to their being references to events and not necessarily martial arts training/teaching/practice.
Sorry about the text wall, everyone. There's some good stuff in there if you take some time to read it, though.