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GM Donn Miskel – Traditional Historian

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Donald Miskel began his martial arts studies in 1957 at the Washington Park, Chicago Park District field house where he took up Judo and boxing. In 1959 he began studying Judo and Kano Jiu Jitsu under Mas Tamura at the Jiu Jitsu Institute in downtown Chicago. In the mid sixties Donald began studying Shotokan Karate […]

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Emil Farkas – Over All Director

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Emil Farkas is one of the foremost experts on martial arts and martial arts history and one heck of a great friend and we are very proud to have him as our top advisor, our Chief Advisor and Historian for WorldWideDojo.com. Emil Farkas is an American martial arts instructor, author and fight coordinator. He started […]

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Marcus Bossett – Asian Archery & Budo Advisor

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Marcus Bossett is a 5th Degree Black Belt and holds the Renshi Instructor’s title with the International Shorin Ryu Karate Kobudo Association. He is also a Nidan 2nd Degree Black Belt Instructor with the International Okinawan Kobudo Association USA (Weapons). Also ranked as 4Th Degree Black Belt Renshi in Shorinji-Ryu Jujitsu. In July of 2008 […]

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Michael Matsuda – Martial Arts History Museum

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About the Martial Arts History Museum: With thousands of children taking some form of martial arts, the Museum provides young kids with a new perspective on how Asian history became a unique part of American history. From anime to martial arts films, art, music and more. The Museum provides young children and visitors with the […]

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Patrick McCarthy – Traditional Historian to World Wide Dojo

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Patrick McCarthy Hanshi, is a 5th generation student of Uchinadi with an impeccable lineage of Okinawan instructors, starting with his teacher Kinjo Hiroshi and his teacher’s teacher, Hanashiro Chomo, Itosu Ankoh who preceded him, and his master, Matsumura Sokon, historically the tradition’s most visible pioneer. A Canadian-born Australian migrant, McCarthy has studied the art of […]

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Iain Abernethy – Traditional Based Advisor

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Beginning his training in karate under Doug James 7th Dan; who was in turn a student of Toru Takamizawa, Iain Abernethy earned his first black belt at the age of seventeen. Iain received his rank of 5th dan from Peter Consterdine, 8th Dan and Geoff Thompson, 6th dan, the chief instructors of the British Combat […]

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Russell Stutely – Traditional Based Advisor

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Russell Stutely has been one of the most influential Instructors of the last 15 years throughout Europe. His no-nonsense approach to Martial Arts in general and to Pressure Points in particular has seen him gain a considerable following. Russell has produced over 50 Instructional DVD’s covering subjects from Massive power generation through Pressure Point Fighting, […]

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Michael Matsuda

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Succeeding Fifth Generation Monkey Master Paulie Zink is Sixth Generation Monkey Master Michael Matsuda. Matsuda and Zink are considered the pioneers of bringing Monkey Kung Fu (Tai Shing) to America and both are part of the few non-Chinese to master all “five” monkey forms. Matsuda is also considered one of the world’s leading authorities on […]

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