With startling suddeness, Belgium-born Jean Claude Van Damme rose to stardom via his bravura performance in the box-office […]
THE INDOMITABLE SPIRIT OF ERNIE REYES, JR. By John Corcoran Ernie Reyes Jr. is the type of son […]
The first light-heavyweight fullcontact world champions speaks out ahead of his first title defense against Canadian Wally Slocki.
The winner and grand champion of the first American sport karate tournament in 1963 speaks about martial arts in this candid interview.
Texan Troy Dorsey has not received the accolades he deserves. Although few fighters in the history of the […]
ABOUT A YEAR or so ago, Fast Billy Wallace and his lightning left leg went the way of […]
A Candid Interview with: BYONG YONG YU (from 1975) Seoul’s colorful, outspoken donation to American karate pulls no […]
“I was just ready to come back to Canada,” Chris Potter says, “when my agent called and said, ‘You should read for this [the Kung Fu show]. This part’s made for you.’ So I read for it and two days later I had the part.”
An 1997 interview with UFC7 winner Marco Ruas by Andre Lima.
JOE LEWIS was born 29 years ago in Raleigh, North Carolina. His father, in addition to being a […]
An interview with Don “The Dragon” Wilson from 2003 after his comeback fight in Atlantic City.
The first fullcontact world champion in 1974: Mexican Isaias Duenas inside a candid interview shortly after his spectacular title win.
An eye-opening interview with karate superstar Bill “Superfoot” Wallace at the prime of his fighting career.
Bob Wall was a close friend of Bruce Lee’s. This is a short interview in which he talks about Bruce Lee’s personality and his driving skills.
It probably could be a pretty soft life in the foam-rubber world of Jhoon Rhee, the man who […]
An interesting talk with the founder of Escrima in America, the late and most secretive Grandmaster.