MAWN: You know people tend to forget that in the ‘70s and early ‘80s, martial arts wasn’t widely known. However, it had a dedicated following, even though it didn’t have the same mainstream recognition it enjoys today. Organizations like the Professional Karate Association (PKA) were able to sell out venues like Madison Square Garden, creating these huge events. It was similar to the UFC in a way, with these big shows that inspired many individuals to seek out martial arts. You had a challenging childhood that was far from easy, to put it mildly. Martial arts became a means for you to cope with those difficulties and eventually build a
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