100% White Cotton Count Dante Pagoda T-Shirt. From Small to XXX-Large.
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While Bruce Lee was doing demos in Long Beach, Count Dante was promoting cross-training, engaging in bar and street fights to test his system and held the first no-holds-barred MMA matches at Chicago's Coliseum claiming to have even challenged Muhammad Ali to a fight.
April 24, 1970, 26 year old Jim Konsevic lost his life when he accompanied his sensei, John Keehan, aka Count Dante to a challenge match at the the Green Dragon Societies' Black Cobra Hall of Kung Fu.
The Dojo War T
Dojo Wars are nothing new, but in 1970 we had not seen any Chinese Kung Fu films, still, Count Dante went with his Black Dragon Society to accept a challenge to fight atvthe Green Dragon Society Black Cobra Hall of Kung Fu in Chicago and all hell broke loose. 26 year old Jim Konsevic's precious life was lost.
The Count Dante Pagoda T
Get this 100% Heavy Cotton Count Dante Pagoda T-Shirt and be the envy of your dojo. Shake them up with the facts, Bruce Lee "did demonstrations while Count Dante kicked ass in the streets of Chicago.
Dim Mak T
Count Dante denounced Japanese martial arts in 1967, declaring "karate is for sissies" and began the study of Chinese Gung-Fu. He studied with a mysterious teacher of Dim Mak in Chicago's Chinatown. After a short time of study he decided to write The World's Deadliest Fighting Secrets.
Deadliest Martial Arts Advert T
This is possibly the most memorable of all martial arts adverts in the history of comic books, boxing and men's magazines. This is the ad that sold the World's Deadliest Fighting Secrets around the world in 4 languages. It played perfectly into the market climate for martial arts after the release of Enter The Dragon.