This public statement is to address any questions concerning a successor to Sijo Adriano D. Emperado, Founder and Creator of the Kajukenbo system. Sijo Emperado passed away on April 4, 2009. Prior to his passing he did not name anyone to be his successor. In 2007, Sijo Emperado named a “Board of Advisors” (BOA) for [...]
The Legendary Martial Artist Joe Lewis announced on his Facebook page yesterday that he had brain cancer and was given 6 – 8 weeks to live. We started this Facebook page to ‘pray for Joe Lewis. We want at least 1440 people supporting this prayer effort and praying for Joe’s recovery. We believe God hears [...]
The upcoming Origins International Martial Arts Festival at Disneyland offers Kenpo a chance to really showcase our art and to raise funds for the RFKC. Mr. White has volunteered his time to be the Director for the Kenpo Divisions and has generously agreed to donate all his proceeds to the Royal Family Kids Camp. As [...]
From tracyskarate.com/G0E2011/goe2011.htm GOE2011/HALL OF FAME This will be a huge event – for this reason we have cancelled out the 2010 Super Camp, and we will have two years to plan this GOE2011/HALL OF FAME Over 100 Masters from all over the world will be in attendance We have the same Seminar Rooms (over 6000 [...]
Learn about the power strike that took down 6’8” 600+ lbs Sumo fighter in UFC 3. John McSweeney created a unique method of striking that combined his knowledge from old Parker Kenpo and Crane style Kung Fu. It was further refined by his student, Tom Saviano, founder of the White Tiger Kenpo System. Zoran Sevic [...]
This is an old video I just found on Youtube. Pretty dated but cutting edge for the time. A lot of people in the Reality Based Martial Arts think what they are doing is new. Far from it folks. Most of us are just reinventing the wheel. Anything you can think of was already done.
This is a very cool video find of a Judo demo for women’s self defense in the 1940′s. Very interesting to see.
Here we are episode 2. Enjoy!
Very funny parody of a martial arts school. The guy that plays Master Ken, is Matt Page who is a Kenpo 5.0 and Combat Jiu Jitsu practitioner. Most of us can see the kenpo influence in the comedy and takes the various quirks of kenpo, and many of the common sayings often told, into the [...]