Wednesday, May 20, 2015

When I was famous, partially in Karate Illlustrated

Of course you have to look fast. But long ago Lewis Sensei was asked to provide a breaking demonstration in  Baltimore for a  full contact championship fight which was organized by Arron Banks. It was mostly my seniors and they needed a body, no not to break but to hold another of my seniors. I was asked to participate.


What my part in the demonstration was I assisted hold up Al Baliey for a concrete break on his stomach. The other person was Reese Rigby. And Dennis Lockwood was standing on a chair with a sledgehammer.


In this photo you can see my hand and my belt. You don’t get more famous than that.


The article follows.

Of course I never sought immortalization in the magazines. Guess I was lucky? LOL

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