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Old 04-15-2012, 06:00 PM   #1
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Talking Jissenteki Karate fighter,Sensei Paul Silva's GNW Kyokushin Journey!

Osu! Everyone,

I wanted to give our Jissenteki Karate fighter, Paul Silva Jr. a deep

congratulations for winning the Heavyweight division in K-1 Kickboxing rules.

The last 5 months have been gratifying for Sensei Paul. In November of

2011, Sensei Paul won the IKF International Rules Heavyweight Kickboxing

title. Approximately, 3 weeks ago, Sensei Paul and his wife had their first

baby daughter and now, last night Sensei Paul had very good success at the

Great Northwest Kyokushin Open. The deciding technique in Paul's

match was a jodan hiza geri to his opponent's head. Another interesting

fact is that instead of using standard boxing gloves, the fighters in the

K-1 rules division had to use MMA gloves. Ouch!, but a very interesting

development in this new division for this tournament.

Our fighter/affiliate, Dominique Speight from Kaijin Gym took 2nd place in

the middleweight knockdown division losing a very close contest to 3rd

degree Black Belt, Toshiki from the Yamaki dojo. This fight could have gone

either way. However, an accidental face punch by Dominique swayed the

judges in favor of Toshiki.

I would also like to show my appreciation and thanks to fight coach,

Sam Radetsky from Kaijin Gym for cornering and training both fighters in

preparation for this event. Sam Radetsky was a former uchi deshi in

Ashihara Karate in Japan and now successfully trains knockdown karate

fighters, kickboxers and MMA fighters at the Kaijin Gym in Santa Cruz,

California.

Another update. Sensei Paul and I are working with another

colleague to have another Jissenteki War Games. However, this

time there is a strong possibility that we will have single fights on this

format instead of the tournament format. Fighters will be matched up

based on weight. Some of the matches will include knockdown karate,

K-1 rules Kickboxing and Kakutogi Karate (Similiar to Daidojuku with the

bubble mask). Details about the date and location have not been finalized.

However if anyone is interested, please contact Sensei Paul at

415-678-0154 or 415-829-8919.

You can also contact me, Sensei Peter Mouttapa at 650-776-5089.

If contacted, we will keep a file of your information to contact you

when the date and location of the venue is finalized.

Once again congratulations to all of the fighters.

Osu!

Sensei Peter Mouttapa

Sensei Paul Silva Jr.

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Old 04-15-2012, 07:01 PM   #2
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Osu!

A hearty congratulations to Mr. Silva! Well done
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Please convey my very best to him on his performances both on the tatami and off - I'm sure he is a proud Dad too ...

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Osu! Kaicho,

Much appreciated. Hope things will go well in your World Tournament as well.

If you ever happen to make an official DVD of your World Tournament, please

let me know, I would like to purchase a copy. Shihan Gupta, had a lot of good things

to say about the previous World tournament in Bangkok, 2 years ago. He mentioned

a Thai fighter won the whole tournament. Very interesting. However, he said no

DVD was officially made. Nevertheless, if you do make a video of this upcoming event

in Osaka, Japan, I would be looking forward to it.

Osu!

Osu! Norm.

Nice to hear from you. We are still working on finalizing the details for a Jissenteki

War Games 3 in the next few weeks. I will keep you posted. We are also trying to

decide whether it will be a single match format or tournament format.

We will let people know immediately when we iron things out.

Osu!

Sensei Peter Mouttapa 650-776-5089
Sensei Paul Silva Jr. 415-678-0154
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