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    what yall know about kensho-ryu?

    bullshido? let a brother know.

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    By the Hoary Hand of Hoggoth.....
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    A little more info may be useful.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hannibal MAP
    A little more info may be useful.....
    its a off shoot of kenpo?

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    Like how you got to hear about kensho-ryo, is there a link to see? You'll get as much as you give :)
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    http://www.ksrhombu.com/ heres their Humbo, theres several links in Google, What state are you in ?

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    Kyoshi Mark Sheeley began his martial arts training in Tae Kwon Do earning his Black Belt at the age of twelve under Master Paul T. Cho. In the early 1980s Kyoshi Sheeley, started training in American Kenpo, and in 1987, he began studying exclusively with Professor Nick Cerio. By the mid 1990s, Kyoshi Sheeley had trained hundreds of Black Belts and served as Master Instructor to several Kenpo Jiujitsu Karate schools in New England. During this time, Kyoshi Sheeley won numerous competitions in both open hand and weapons forms. He was nationally rated in competition for three years in a row and was the first Kenpo stylist to go number one in ranking. He has been inducted into the Martial Arts Hall of Fame eleven times, and ten National Champions have trained under him. Kyoshi Sheeley is the founder of Kensho-Ryu International, one of the largest martial arts systems on the east coast, and is currently the director of 14 schools. In 2004 , Kyoshi Sheeley received his 8th dan.(8th degree blackbelt)
    One thing I find that really stands out, is He (Sheeley) Founded this art in 1984, when it shows he started Kenpo in the early 80's
    Last edited by Uechidude; 2/09/2007 2:22pm at .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uechidude
    Kyoshi Mark Sheeley began his martial arts training in Tae Kwon Do earning his Black Belt at the age of twelve under Master Paul T. Cho. In the early 1980s Kyoshi Sheeley, started training in American Kenpo, and in 1987, he began studying exclusively with Professor Nick Cerio. By the mid 1990s, Kyoshi Sheeley had trained hundreds of Black Belts and served as Master Instructor to several Kenpo Jiujitsu Karate schools in New England. During this time, Kyoshi Sheeley won numerous competitions in both open hand and weapons forms. He was nationally rated in competition for three years in a row and was the first Kenpo stylist to go number one in ranking. He has been inducted into the Martial Arts Hall of Fame eleven times, and ten National Champions have trained under him. Kyoshi Sheeley is the founder of Kensho-Ryu International, one of the largest martial arts systems on the east coast, and is currently the director of 14 schools. In 2004 , Kyoshi Sheeley received his 8th dan.(8th degree blackbelt)
    One thing I find that really stands out, is He (Sheeley) Founded this art in 1984, when it shows he started Kenpo in the early 80's
    so what do u think?

    let me know.

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    I gotta' ask: Are you taking lessons with these guys? I mean, that puts you in a fairly unique position to judge. What are classes like?

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    The post I made came direct from his own sight (Cut, Paste, Function). On the last line I stated, the only thing that stands out is, he founded this style in 1984, when he had only begun his training in the early 80's (in kenpo), which could mean 81, 82, 83, possibly 84. That isn't a fair amout of time to master a system, much less create your own. Is it Bullshido? So far, from the dates I have to say more than likely it was. However, he has been practicing now for decades... so he may be ok now ? Its up to you to go and see for yourself.
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