This entry was posted by Shannon McQueen on May 8, 2013 at 10:07 am
A gathering of some of the greatest martial arts masters ever.
how about the native martial arts in Thailand – Muai thai? and many more masters throughout the world?
wat? No white folks? ;-p
video is badass, music makes my ears bleed though…
you mad bro.
Not showy enough for the masses, I guess.
why does trobador ramos is not acknowledge in this gathering???? only bruce lee???
TROBADOR RAMOS IS THE ONLY MARTIAL ARTIST DEFEAT BRUCE LEE TWICE… MY GRAND FATHER WITNESS THAT FIGHT
i dunno man i like krs one but that was so the wrong way to end this lol
15:08 plz call me ???
word n i love it
such a judgemental beings we are, ignorance sure is the father of many short comings, most importantly spiritual respect for each other… good show good gathering and hopefully another will take place given there are more cultural styles in the world today… as for the comment on blacks, smh with a smile (brother the cont’ of Africa is the origin of humanity, with that said knowledge is power toward understanding of your true co-existence as spirits in human form…
Getting all of those great Martial Artitists under one roof was a once in a lifetime achievement. I think Wesley did a fine job. Jhoon Rhee is a great encouragement and motivational master.
When reality meets perception, there is often conflict. Just breath, boy. You’ll be alright.
what no southeast Asian arts?
lol the 90s where so goofy
you do better…
so all martial arts originated from blacks.. this show is a fucking joke
what a bizarre show ?
jhoon rhees push ups were poor
Wesley just got out of jail.
shame on a nigga…
Brandon Lee died in 1993 sadly.
@Haseeb2 Obviously he’s a martial artist too duh…
You are kidding right? Jean Claude van damme? LOL
28:00 PARKER LEWIS CANT LOSE!!
It was such a pleasure to see the master of my system, Master Lil “Soke” John Davis and his master the late Dr. Moses Powell. So many of my heroes were represented here and for the few of you who were complaining about there not being enough whites who were being honored, consider it an education, because I’d be willing to bet that you hadn’t heard of half of these great men and women.
Thank you Wesley Snipes!
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The comments here show that most of the writers are woefully ignorant of martial arts and what it takes to even put something like this together. I was there and my wife interviewed many of the martial artists that participated. It was only sad due to those who didn’t like Master V, and Maestro Peter Urban
I saw this when it aired
I know… I did not say otherwise. I just think its funny when traditional Chinese culture clashes with hip hop. Like smash-stereotype-good-funny because it is not your everyday norm to see that. I already read about Sifu Shi Yan Ming in the book I bought from him. The dude is a funny guy, seriously. P.E.A.C.E.
they love wutang. because those guys popularized their tradition in the innercities. and innercity kids influenced all of u suburban wannabes. the rest is history. u bet they perform to wu tang,proudly.
he indeed did present it. as he bank rolled it. brought all of these great people together in one room. probably the only man who could do that then. this show literally lead to the mma craze which jumped off just after it aired. folks in the hood got to that before the ufc crowd.
Yes I forgot the second u thank you.
jujutsu u mean.
Shi Yan Ming is friends with RZA
a good one!
Remember watching this when I was a kid, so much fun.
There are two ways to spell it, the Brazilians spelled it Jui-jutsu to make it different from the Japanese Jujtsu.
Eventually he did, but as the saying goes, “do the crime, do the time.”