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Early Kajukenbo in Hawaii
The Founders of Kajukenbo
Kajukenbo on the West Coast
Kajukenbo photos
Twin Rivers Kajukenbo
Martial arts related to kajukenbo

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My first instructor, Tony Ramos, one of
those who brought Kajukenbo from
Hawaii to California.

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Sifu Clarke wrote the book
"A Bundle of Sticks", a story
of a young man's first experience
in a Kajukenbo school.

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Sifu Jon Loren and Ahgung Ramos.
Sifu Loren today is head of the
Tum Pai Branch of Kajukenbo
and is a Grandmaster

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Tony Ramos and his last 4 students

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Chris Ramos, Tony's son,
who taught me the basics.
He was promoted to black
belt when I was to purple.

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Here's my yearbook pic from
the same time period, 1971-72.

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Lester Ramos, Chris's
younger brother

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Here I am in 1995 with David Amiccuci.
He's married to Leah, daughter of Ahgung Tony Ramos.

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Anthony Ramos, oldest son of Ahgung Tony Ramos teaching a class

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GM Charles Gaylord, Sijo Emperado and GM Emil Bautista.

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Annan Gross, GM Emil Bautista, Don Gross, in DeKalb, IL, 2006
 
Annan, Prof. Joseph Bautista, Don                Don, Sigung Corpus, Annan