Greg Jackson and Julie Kedzie are highly regarded in the realm of MMA. Jackson served as one of Kedzie’s numerous teachers and is the founder of his own system known as Gaidojutsu, merging kickboxing, wrestling, Judo, and other arts.
Jackson is also well known as a trainer of some of the biggest and most respected MMA fighters in the world, among them Gina Carano, Jon Jones, Georges St. Pierre, Rashad Evans, and, of course, Julie Kedzie herself. Kedzie is an accomplished and respected fighter in her own right. Holding a three degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do, along with significant expertise in Muay Thai and Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, Kedzie is one of the most accomplished fighters in Women’s MMA.
Unfortunately, these supposed “accomplishments” on the part of Jackson and Kedzie often see both touted as highly skilled martial artists with a vast array of combat skills and knowledge. This is, of course, absurd, given that both have continually avoided the only challenge that can serve as a legitimate gauge of any martial artists skill level.
That challenge is, of course, stepping into Master Ken’s dojo. The world-renown founder of the undefeatable martial art of Ameri-Do-Te, Master Ken is the only instructor on the planet truly qualified to evaluate any fighters skill level, and his seal of approval is the only one that carries any weight among the upper echelon of martial artists.
After years of avoiding the only true test of fighting skill, the only test that means ANYTHING at all, Jackson and Kedzie have, at last, swallowed their pride and stepped into Master Ken’s dojo for a lesson. Fortunately for both of them, Master Ken can effortlessly address the many flaws both have yet to overcome and transform each of them into world-class Ameri-Do-Te fighters!