Ameri-Do-Te expert Master Ken takes on Kung Fu’s best technique

Saturday, December 17, 2016

The sport of Mixed Martial Arts has been around a lot longer than most people believe, however; it was introduced to the world on a cold evening in Denver, Colorado on November 12, 1993, and called the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

The premise was beautiful in its simplicity: to simply answer the question of which martial art is most effective.  Fast forward over 20 years and we now have a sport that jockeys for top position in popularity in many countries. Although the sport has evolved, the original question that was set out to be answered is still one that intrigues people to this day.

In the video below we have two amazing martial artists taking center stage to see which martial art will reign supreme.  The infamous 11th-degree black belt in the brutal art of Ameri-Do-Te, Master Ken, puts the skills of Jake Mace.


Jake Mace is a Tai Chi and Kung Fu master who takes a special interest in self-defense, oddly enough he is also an avid gardener and offers many tips on building, maintaining, and perfecting your garden.  The two are not as ill-related as one may think as a lot of times in the eastern orient the garden, complete with coy fish ponds as well as flowing water and waterfalls, offers a place of peace, tranquility, and serenity and is a prime place for meditation and training.

So check out the video below to see how Jake Mace and his skill set matches up against Master Ken and the lethal art of Ameri-Do-Te. In particular, Mace puts his cartwheel kick from his tiger style Kung Fu, which he feels is nearly impossible to defend, to the test against the skills of Master Ken.

Jacob C. Stevens is a lifelong athlete and cerebral martial arts enthusiast who is also skilled in the art of linguistic manipulation, his published work, Afterthoughts and Handgrenades, can be found here…

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