Posted On:4/27/2012 7:17pm
Style: judo hiatus
Join Date 9/08/2003 11:27am
Last Activity 4/26/2012 7:36am
Cowardly sack of ...
Carter Hargrave's Jeet Can't Do
Posted On:4/27/2012 7:30pm
From the Radical Martial Arts Brotherhood
The system was first recognised by the Valadez Kenpo Association (Sensei Corrigan has since gone on to be appointed a board member of the VKA). It is now recognised by the following associations:
International Sungja Do Association
Koreja Do Martial Arts Association
Brotherhood of Martial Artists
Unified Martial Arts Association International
American Federation of Jujitsu
American Martial Arts College
International Combat Martial Arts Unions Association
Martial Arts Association - International
World Federation of Universal Combat Systems
National Kempo Karate Federation
International Fist Law Society
American Modern Jujitsu
International Combat Aikido and Jujitsu Federation
Allstyle Kickboxing Martial Arts
International Tinh Vo Dao Federation
Combat Warriors Martial Arts Association
Diversified League of Martial Artists
Yamaguchi Karate International
Magnolia Shotokan Federation
Dom Nai Arts Inc. International
International Martial Arts Academies
United States Jiu Jitsu Alliance
World Black Belt Alliance International
Posted On:5/02/2012 6:41pm
Current Activity Viewing Archives Bio of "Duke" Moore, 1915 - 2003 "Survival is everything...all else is trivial." Last Activity 5/02/2012 4:30pm
Any chance I'm allowed to start a YMAS thread on this poser for lultz? Coward doesn't want to show his ass in MABS.
Last edited by hungryjoe; 5/02/2012 6:47pm at .
Posted On:11/20/2013 11:37pm
And still in action from across the pond.
From the John Enger school of the circlejerk (emphasis is mine).
2013 YRCA CHALLENGE RESULTS!
1st Place: Jerome Fonseca (Kajukenbo); Empty Hand Kata, Self-Defense Demonstration, Point Sparring.
1st Place, Creativity: Frank Cole (Hapkido); Simultaneous Break- 3, boards (Forehead and hand, breaks).
1st Place, Power: Israel Velez (American Modern Jujitsu); Foot Stomp- 5, concrete slabs, no spacers.
1st Place, Power: Paul Corrigan (Takakai Jikoboei Do Kempo); Elbow Break- 3, boards.
JOHN M. LANDRY, Ph.D. (Level 3, Master-Certified)
JOHN ENGER, Ph. D. (Level 3, Master-Certified)
CHRISTOPHER HANES (Level 3, Master-Certified)
KIM STECHER, (Senpai); (Level 2, Certified)
JEROME FONSECA (Level 3, Master- Certified)
PAUL CORRIGAN (Level 3, Master-Certified)
Note the addition of another Velez, Rashidah.
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