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Thursday, February 22, 2024

My Journey With The A.O.K and Golden Greek (Part 2)

Texas had a mysterious mystique of Fighting, you could really fight in Texas Karate events. I know I didn’t think like others, my mindset was different, I was ignorant. I really thought that in Texas I could hit opponents many, many times without ever getting arrested, that was my personal mindset. I lost the “Golden Greek” 8 years in a row, sometimes by just a couple of points from 1981-1989. I quit the A.O.K. when I got extremely frustrated after losing the “Golden Greek” all those years and started competing in the U.S.A.F., S.O.C.K., U.S.K.A., T.N.T.N.B.L., N.A.S.K.A., K.R.AN.E., wherever I could fight. Have Black Belt Will Travel. My life changed,

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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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