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Dueling with O-sensei. In Asian culture, most 10th degree black belts typically represented by a Red Belt were awarded only upon the death of the Grandmaster by his successor. Tsutomu Ohshima , after being taught by Gichin Funakoshi , traveled to America and brought Shotokan Karate , as well as creating the Caltech Karate Club, the first American university karate club, in Master Ohshima is a 5th degree black belt, the highest rank in Shotokan Karate of America.
The reason being when Master Funakoshi received his belt as a 5th degree and not caring for rank, Master Ohshima didn't want to go higher than his master, setting the limit at five levels of black belt rank. Allen R. Joe Lewis was often called the "Muhammad Ali" of American sport karate. Heavyweight Champion. He began his martial studies while a year-old U. Marine stationed in Okinawa in He earned a black belt in a record 18 months and due to his outstanding tournament career was named the "greatest karate fighter of all time" by his peers in a Black Belt Magazine survey.
Pat Burleson is a 10th-degree black belt. Burleson was Allen Steen 's first black belt student. Steen, in turn, was Jhoon Rhee 's first black belt student in America in His website says he is one of the founders of American Karate and his claims have been based on his legitimacy of winning the first National Karate Championships in in Washington D.
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Parker based his system on Chow's Chinese Kenpo Karate. Parker was one of the first to commercialize karate in America and became known by many as the "Father of American Kenpo Karate" because he originated the first "Americanized" version of karate. Keith D. Yates is a 10th degree black belt. Yates was Allen Steen 's youngest black belt student at the time.quiflylimekin.ga
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