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    OK, he's "LOL shotokan" but so am I...

    Elwyn Hall is one hard person (and fits the criteria of being black and inspirational)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E5faGD5b6Zw

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    Badness will not be rewarded supporting member

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    Johnny Lewis, my first MA teacher and best friend.

    Lewis's TKD, Dallas Texas.

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    I was a fan of Ali back in the day. Thomas Hearns too, since he was more or less local talent.

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    A couple that have already been mentioned, and Floyd Patterson.

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    That mafucca in the above Clip is damn nice!!

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    My own teacher :) I learn so much from him and his body movements every day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LORD ASIA

    Fictional Characters
    Aubry Knight
    Holy ****

    someone else read those books?
    Last edited by JohnnyCache; 2/07/2007 11:51pm at .


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    I did too. I've mentioned on here before that I hate how the last book makes him a rapist and an adulterer, for two seperate acts. There's also no consequences for his actions.

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    My father and my uncle. Also my current Tomiki teacher.
    カンフー

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    There's so many of them, so, just off the top of my head... The black American boxers in the 1970's heavyweight division (Ali, Frazier, Foreman et. al).

    S/Sgt. George Harris (sp?), an NCO in the U.S. Armed Forces who competed for the U.S. in Judo at the Olympics.

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