Frank Brennan's performance of Nijushiho is a true Master-Class.
Gary Harford, for many years a KUGB front line fighter, noted for his fearless attacking skill and speed.
Bob Poynton performs a true master-class rendering of Nijushiho bunkai.
A blast from the past - a few clips from the 1997 Shotokan Open - features demonstrations by Dave Hazard - Elwyn Hall and Craig Ray, as well as some fiery kumite clips.
Karate as is was meant to be, before the rules were watered down.
More clips from our archive, this time featuring footage from the 1984 IAKF Championship held in Dublin.
Mark Leacock's kick - brilliant.
Clip from a 20 minute film we produced in 1992 featuring The Warriors, includes Joe Tierney and Bob Sykes et al.
Very little footage remains of this Shotokan legend, and these few edited clips will be added to our best selling Art of War set of DVDs
A few more clips that again demonstrates the difference between WKF 'kumite' and solid 'no gum shields, no mitts' traditional Shotokan.
Shotokan Cup - Keel University.
There is a place for a 'sport' oriented karate, and there are some excellent athletes, as well as top class fighters in the 'sport'.
25+ years ago, Glasgow and the EKU World Championships - featured some of the finest fighters in the world.
This is the 'Real Deal' - street violence and how to be prepared for, and handle it.
Enoeda - mention his name in any group of karate-ka, irrespective of style, and everyone will listen, such is the influence he had on the world of karate.
Just a reminder of that we will be closing early this Christmas and the last orders we will dispatch will be on Wednesday December 18th.
The idea of karate in the Olympics is the dream of many, but the dread to many other traditionalist's.
Short clips from Legend Productions archive showing some of the KUGB's early fighters.
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