Martial Arts History Museum Hall Of Fame: Officially recognized by the Martial Arts History Museum for their Historical Contributions to the Martial Arts. . (The First Four Years: 1999 – 2002 1) by Michael Matsuda
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Overview: For the first time in history, the Martial Arts History Museum is proud to present the HALL OF FAME. Officially recognized by the Museum, this book provides a detailed account of the martial arts’ pioneers, champions, founders and significant achievers who have made an "Historical Impact" on American history. Six pages are dedicated to each inductee which not only includes reference information, but more importantly, reveals why they were inducted into this prestigious club. This 300-plus page book is Volume 1 and covers the years 1999 to 2002 and features and historical contributions of 41 individuals. In addition, the book also contains a complete listing of every artist who has received the honor of being inducted into the Martial Arts History Museum’s HALL OF FAME. This is a true collector’s item for any martial arts fan. This Volume 1 includes 1999 – Al Dacascos Fumio Demura, Bong Soo Han, Tak Kubota, Bruce Lee, Toshiro Mifune, Chuck Norris, Jhoon Rhee, Cynthia Rothrock, Benny Urquidez. 2000 – Gichon Funakoshi, Wong Fei Hung, Dan Inosanto, Gene LeBell, Yip Man, Mas Oyama, Ed Parker, Morihei Ueshiba, Bill Wallace, Tadashi Yamashita. 2001 – Richard Bustillo, Jackie Chan, Helio Gracie, Haeng Ung Lee, Joe Lewis, Don Wilson, Ted Wong, Y.C. Wong, Jimmy H. Woo, Yoshiaki Yamashita. 2002 – Ralph Castro, Hee Il Cho, Jigoro Kano, Eric Lee, Joo Bang Lee, James Lew, Ernie Reyes, Karen Sheperd, Robert Trias, Douglas Wong and Nancy Kwan.
Genre: Non-Fiction – General