27 Years of Legacy and TraditionTeam Paul Mitchell Karate is Sport Karate’s longest running team and one of the few corporately sponsored teams. For 27 years this team has been the gold standard and outfitted the who’s who in sport karate.Read more

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  • STONEY CREEK KICKBOXER SETS SIGHTS ON INTERNATIONAL DOMINATION
    Nash to represent Canada at World Combat Games qualifier By Laura Lennie, News Staff Chelsey Nash is in pursuit of a dream. The 22-year-old Stoney Creek native is heading to the World Combat Games qualifier in December in Brazil, where she hopes to kick and punch her way to the opportunity of representing her hometown and country at the international games next year in Russia. “I set out a hefty goal for myself a few years ago when I turned 18 and started to compete as an adult; my goal was to win a world title in every top competitive league for my sport and so far, I have won world titles in the National Black Belt League, North American Sport Karate Association, World Kickboxing Council, World Kickboxing Association and World Association of Kickboxing Organizations,” said Nash, who will be competing in the women’s 18-plus, semi-contact kickboxing -60 kilogram class Continue Reading...
  • PAUL MITCHELL FIGHTING TEAM GROWS WITH TWO NEW ADDITIONS.
    Team Paul Mitchell crosses the pond to welcome Zsolt Mórádi and László Gömbös. Budapest, October 8, 2012: Team Fighting has long since been a staple of the Team Paul Mitchell Karate team. Since the team’s inception, some of the biggest names to ever grace the stages of Sport Karate competition such as Richard Plowden, Mafia Halloway, Chris Rappold and John Peyton, led the team to a number of victories. Fast forwarding twenty-five years the coach and former Team Paul Mitchell fighter Damon Gilbert, went back to the basics looking for some of the World’s best fighters to join forces with the powerhouse of Team Paul Mitchell. Team Paul Mitchell has harbored the biggest names in Sport Karate. Not just specific to fighting or forms, the Team has been the home of some of the most successful competitors in the World in the Sport Karate arena. Many have gone on to Continue Reading...
  • FROM SUPERSTAR TO SUPAH NINJA.
    Marc Canonizado Finishes Working on Nick’s Hit Television Series Supah Ninja Orlando, September 30, 2012: For more than a decade Marc Canonizado has been a name that few didn’t know in the world of sport karate competition. He has won every title there is to win in the sport, in most cases more than once. He has taught seminars around the world. He was once the first person to successfully land a 1080 in competition, a feat that even in today’s standards is quite impressive. But his reign as a competitor this year began to scale back as he was making a name for himself in a new arena. In May of 2010 Marc made the move from the comfort of his training headquarters in central Florida to Hollywood, California to pursue a career in stunt work. Marc has since been in featured films such as Step Up 4 Revolution, Continue Reading...

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