Fun Friday – Live Hurticane demonstration by Master Ken!

If you follow the teachings of the world’s deadliest fighter, Master Ken, chances are you’re aware that his street lethal art of Ameri-Do-Te is composed almost entirely of “illegal techniques” – that is, fighting manuevers that are explicitly intended to maim, cripple, crush, or kill the opponent. One such tool of combat, The Hurticane, is said to be the among the most dangerous in all of Ameri-Do-Te. The Hurticane was created by Master Ken for the purpose of defending against multiple attackers, and it is so powerful that a trained Ameri-Do-Te expert could potentially cause an entire building to collapse by executing it at just fifty percent power. In KFK’s exclusive interview with Master Ken, he gave some subtle hints that a Hurticane may have been to blame for the power outage at the football stadium hosting the Super Bowl in 2013. All of this is just another way of saying that the Hurticane should never be put to use in anything less than a life or death situation, and only by an Ameri-Do-Te exponent of at least ten years experience.

Nevertheless, doubters of the power of Ameri-Do-Te often refuse to believe the true capabilities of the Hurticane, so in the interest of silencing critics and challengers, Master Ken occasionally must give a live demonstration of the Hurticane, though he refuses to take it anywhere beyond one percent power. Recently, Master Ken has uploaded footage of one such Hurticane demo to his YouTube channel, which took place at the Bob White Invitational Youth Karate Tournament in Huntington Beach, California. Pay careful attention to Master Ken’s stance work and sequence of punching and kicking in this video, and if the chair you are currently sitting in comes equipped with a seat belt, you may want to buckle up, as there is the slight possibility that Master Ken may burst through your computer screen even during a demonstration of this deadly weapon of combat!

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