• • • and then there were four! When the TV cameras had turned off their lights and […]
NEW ORLEANS 1974 MARDI GRAS NATIONAL KARATE CHAMPIONSHIPS Wren Recaptures Title and $1,000 Grand Prize By LYNN SHERMAN […]
Karate in New York City: RONNIE VAN CLIEF New York City is the home of over 150 different […]
American Paul Maslak created the first independent world kickboxing ranking system based on a computer algorithm. Here is the story behind STAR.
As tributes were paid to the deceased Bruce Lee one of the greatest point fighting karate tournaments unfolded in Ocean City.
TRIBUTE TO A GREAT CHAMPION: STEVE SHEPHERD (1950-2021) During the peak years of Steve Shepherd’s kickboxing career, I […]
FOUR SEASONS NATIONALS GARCIA EDGES JACKSON FOR PROFESSIONAL FOUR SEASONS TITLE PHOTO By ACTION PHOTOGRAPHY AMERICA’S TOP PROFESSIONAL […]
Hundreds of spectators and competitors alike packed into the grand ballroom of Chicago’s luxurious Hyatt Regency Hotel to […]
The first national newsstand editor of Inside Kung-Fu magazine, Paul Maslak created the STAR (Standardized Tournaments And Ratings) […]
NASKA is a North American sports karate association that sanctions tournaments on the open point fighting and forms […]
Months of pre-tournament publicity, professional planning, and carnival festivities attract nationwide field of competitors. New Orleans black belt […]
THE NEW GENERATION OF DUTCH SUPERSTARS SHINE BRIGHTLY BY KOSTAS ARGYRIADIS Normally shows of this magnitude in Holland […]
THE BRUCE LEE LETTERS By Linda Lee The Fighter is proud to introduce a new column on Bruce […]
When Fighter International magazine was launched in 1986 (USA) publisher Mike Anderson created an commercial association for professional […]
ST. LOUIS : TOP 10 NATIONALS Knudson Wins The Gold Cup, Chicago Dominates National Competition Chicago’s Ken Knudson […]
Simpsonville, South Carolina’s Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson, who just recently turned 20 years old, is regarded by insiders as […]
Texan Troy Dorsey has not received the accolades he deserves. Although few fighters in the history of the […]
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO 1973 NATIONAL BLACK BELT GRAND CHAMPIONSHIPS By TERRY SMITH DESPITE RAIN, FOG, SLEET, snow, hail […]
JACKSON, HOWARD (1951-2006) American karate champion. Jackson began martial arts in 1968 under Harold Williams of Detroit, Mich. […]
The way of the intercepting fist as described by founder Bruce Lee.
Andy Hug was a karate and kickboxing champion from Switzerland who rose to fame in Japan by winning […]
Renegade Star Is The Real Deal By Terry Wilson Lorenzo Lamas is the handsome long haired hunk who […]
ABOUT A YEAR or so ago, Fast Billy Wallace and his lightning left leg went the way of […]
“Women have been doing martial arts movies, but no one has been that believably powerful, or you could […]
A VERY SPECIAL CHAMPION (from 1969) AMERICAN KARATE’S PACESETTER, CARLOS NORRIS by Roger Newhall A substantial number of […]
Who was the first athlete from Switzerland to become a world champion kickboxer?
It was Jean-Marc Tonus of Geneva.
The best of all worlds in one spectacular MMA seminar in Los Angeles.
A tae kwon do grand master that stands above the crowd. By Mark van Schuyver.
Here’s a champion whose techniques are as smashing as her looks. So don’t let her beauty fool you. […]
Milana Bjelogrlic is a kickboxing champion from Serbia. She won the WAKO world championships in amateur K-1 kickboxing […]
“I wanted to do in boxing what Bruce Lee did in films,” says Sugar Ray Leonard, one of […]
Although he spent the last ten years of his life in Florida, transplanted Texan Walt Bone, like all […]
THE SWEDISH SUPERMAN IN CLARK KENT DISGUISE
By Benny Hedlund and Mark Wells
Richard Reed is one of the first American-born tae kwon do black belts to have taught the art […]