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The First Karate Championship Live TV Broadcast

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Here’s a sport Karate story you may have heard about in rumors or as the guys gathered after a tournament, or maybe from the source. The pioneer of media power and the blood-and-guts era has to be the man Bruce Lee called, “the most dangerous man alive”—Living Legend Jim Harrison. Jim was and is the most sincere martial artist this Sensei has met. He was the fourth to be roasted at the Living Legends and is still active in his schools today. Jim Harrison created the first Karate championship live TV broadcast with top fighters in what is now called sport Karate. The fighters were there for Mr. Harrison, television exposure,

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Sensei Gary Lee
Sensei Gary Lee
Sensei Gary Lee, the American Samurai, is a 9th Dan black belt, a USA Karate Federation gold medalist, winner of five Super Grand National Titles, a featured actor in the movie Sidekicks, and is the founder of the National Sport Karate Museum.

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