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master jon bluming, founder of the international bluming federation

Johannes Cornelius Bluming (born February 6, 1933) is a Dutch martial artist, instructor and actor. Known as a pioneer in variety of martial arts, Bluming holds 9th dan in judo, 10th dan in Kyokushin Karate and 10th dan in Hapkido. He was also the coach of two-time Olympic champion Willem Ruska.   jon bluming in

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world championship tournament iko since the begin

world open championship tournament iko since the begin The world kyokushin tournament of the “international kyokushin organisation” also naming “iko” take place in the Taikukan in tokyo, one time in all 4 years sonce 1975. this competition has been created by sosai mas oyama, there are generally aproximatly 192 fighters. the first time in 1975

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world tournament iko 2015

11th world kyokushin tournament iko Zahari Damyanov, Djema Belkhodja and Darmen Sadvokasov The 11th world kyokushin open iko he took place the 20, 21 et 22 november 2015 at Taikukan, the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium. 192 fighters were participited in this tounament, only one fighter was winning, the bulgarian zahari damyanov multiple champion of europe. The

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daito aiki jutsu, the kyokushin self defense

  Sosai oyama was created his self defense technique inspired of the “goshin jutsu” that significat “self defense jutsu “, he was choose the daito school, daito goshin jutsu. Sosai oyama teached this technique during his life, but during the 80’s years he develloped more in the fight competition side, more populary, it’s for that

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karate shotokan

shotokan karate founding by gishin funakoshi                                                                                                         Gichin Funakoshi (船越 義珍 Funakoshi Gichin, November 10, 1868 – April 26, 1957) is the founder of Shotokan Karate-Do, perhaps the most widely known style of karate, and is attributed as being the “father of modern karate”. 

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okinawa karate

okinawa karate the origins of kyokushin karate Toyama Kanken: naha-te Ohtsuka Hironori: Wado ryu Shimoda Takeshi: Gichin Funakoshi’s assistant Funakoshi Gichin:  founder of shotokan karaté Motobu Choki brother of Motobu Choyu, founder of Motobu-ryu Mabuni Kenwa: Shito-Ryu Nakasone Genwa: shotokan Taira Shinken: Ryukyu Kobudo, branch of Okinawan Kobudo   According to ancient Okinawan legend, Karate

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andy hug ” THE SAMOURAI”

Andy Hug "THE SAMOURAI"     fighter profile Born     Andreas Hug September 7, 1964 Zurich, Switzerland Died     August 24, 2000 (aged 35) Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan Other names The Blue-Eyed Samurai Iron Man (Tetsujin in Japanese) Mr. K-1 Typhoon Nationality     Swiss Height     1.80 m (5 ft 11 in) Weight     97.7 kg

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48th all japan tournament

On November 6 (Sunday), “Open tournament All Japan Karate Championships in the 48th,” the second day of the results that have been made in the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium is as follows. Japanese Red Cross Society East Japan Earthquake, 2016 Kumamoto earthquake disaster relief funds charity 48th open tournament All Japan Karate Championships November 5, 2016

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Kazuyoshi Ishii, founder of seidokaikan

Kazuyoshi Ishii (石井 和義) Ishii Kazuyoshi is a Japanese master of Seidokaikan karate and founder of the K-1 fighting circuit, a widely televised international martial arts competition combining Muay Thai, karate, sanshou, taekwondo, kenpo, boxing, and kickboxing. His karate training began with Kyokushin karate, but he formed his own karate organization in 1980, began promoting

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