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    Quote Originally Posted by SifuJason View Post
    You missed the gong sau I hosted, I am hurt.
    say what??? Who? When? Where? Why?
    Knowing is not enough, you must apply...
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    hahahahahahahahahahahaha

    edit* I absolutely loved the video editing. Well done. Watching the fight part as I type this.

    Edit2* WTF!!! Butt scoot guard pull into an armbar 10 seconds into it!? LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by SifuJason View Post
    Ed Parker's Kenpo wasn't really his invention; Chow developed it.
    Parker took what he learned from Chow, adapted it for the mainland, categorized it, re-categorized, and looked at the movements frontwards and backwards and in time created an evolving art that continues to growand change today

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    Parker eft Hawaii to go to Bringham Young University

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    Ed Parker as I can remmeber was not a black belt under Professor Chow but Adrian Emperado was. Professor Chow told him that what he was doing was no longer kenpo so he then called it Kajukenbo. Both arts have forms, but kajukenbo has been street tested especially in the early days by masters like Carlos Bunda, and Rick Kingi.

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