Posted On:10/31/2003 9:08am
Style: white boy jiujitsu
unfortunately zink is nowhere near as intimidating.
Posted On:10/31/2003 9:51am
Style: Kyokushinkai / Kajukenbo
GICHIN FUNAKOSHI (1868-1957).
For a lot of pictures and short bios of Okinawan masters go to this site, pero se llama espanol.
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"Preparing mentally, the most important thing is, if you aren't doing it for the love of it, then don't do it." - Benny Urquidez
Posted On:10/31/2003 10:05am
Yoshitaka Funakoshi The most skilled of Gichin's sons, he helped develope modern kumite. Many think that if he had lived (died of lung disease at the end of WW2; only needed antibiotics to live) katate would be much more of a fighting art and much less of a sport.
and Shigeru Egami Sensei
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Posted On:10/31/2003 10:38am
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Day Tripper/Dream Weaver
Posted On:10/31/2003 11:09am
Style: Shorei-ryu & Kumdo & TKD
Paul Yamaguci (Original black belt under Mitose. He's the short one of the two pictured :) )
Jeremy M. Talbott
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My definition of Ki is our energy. it's rather hard to explain it in words. It's not some mystical type of energy like white people...
Posted On:10/31/2003 11:10am
Dojunim Lee Won-kuk of the Chung Do Kwan
Posted On:10/31/2003 11:11am
Dojunim Choi Young Sul
Posted On:10/31/2003 11:14am
Dojunim Ji Han Jae
Posted On:10/31/2003 11:15am
aw fuc* it...
no one wants to share their pictures with me
Posted On:10/31/2003 1:35pm
Style: Karate, Wrestling
Alright, time for some Filipino masters. This is Cacoy Canete, head of the Doce Pares system.
"The morning glory blooms for an hour. It differs not at heart from the giant pine, which lives for a thousand years."
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