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The Martial Arts Expo (TMAX)

The Martial Arts Expo (TMAX)

We had a great time at The Martial Arts Expo (TMAX) in Coventry at the weekend; it was full-on with lots of quality demonstrations and lots of well-known figures in the martial-arts and combat world, and to be surrounded by it was fantastic! From the dynamic Edmunds Sistas with their exciting performances, to MMA ...

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Interview with Master Shai Hai

Interview with Master Shai Hai

Ready to strike (karate stance) Master Shai Hai from Israel, is a 4th dan martial artist specialising in the discipline of Uechi Ryu karate. In this exclusive interview from Japan, Raj at Kung-fu Kingdom was pleasantly surprised at the breadth and depth of Shai's knowledge and the candour with which he shared an ...

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Flash Point (2007)

Flash Point (2007)

Flash Point Beware! This review contains spoilers! Hong Kong’s dynamic duo of action directing superstar Donnie Yen and director Wilson Yip score with another hard-hitting action thriller of epic proportions in 2007's Flash Point. Little can prepare you for the hardcore thrills of watching Yen take on The ...

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Undisputed 3: Redemption (2010)

Undisputed 3: Redemption (2010)

Beware! This review contains spoilers. Martial arts cinema has long needed a character like Yuri Boyka – not simply another action hero adept with his fists and feet, but a man with both the mindset and personal code of honour of a modern warrior, singularly focussed on his goal to prove himself, “The Most Complete ...

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The Prodigal Son (1981)

The Prodigal Son (1981)

Beware! This review contains spoilers! Two of Hong Kong cinema's greatest action luminaries, Sammo Hung and Yuen Biao, star in this 1981 classic period kung-fu flick, The Prodigal Son. Also known as Pull No Punches, or by its strangely sitcom-esque Cantonese title, Son Ruining the Family, this Hong Kong kung-fu ...

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Warrioress (2013)

Warrioress (2013)

There's an intangible aura of passion and excitement that permeates any well-made film of any genre, one that, in essence, tells the viewer what the mood of its maker was. To put it simply, it shows whether the people making the film were having a blast or just getting through a chore. "Warrioress", thankfully, is ...

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Kalaripayattu – Indian martial art documentary

Kalaripayattu – Indian martial art documentary

In this documentary, we look at one of the world's oldest and most dangerous martial arts: kalaripayattu. Closely linked to Hinduism, Kalari means: battlefield/gym and Puttara means: platform/stage. This may translate loosely into something like "Fight Club"! Americans, Doug Anderson, Iraqi war vet and bodyguard from ...

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About Us

About Us

Kung Fu Kingdom has a simple mission: To inspire 100 million people across the planet to get into martial arts. Why? Because by the practice of martial arts, you learn and gain... Self-control Self-respect & respect toward others Lifelong health, fitness and well being Confidence / Anti-bullying ...

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Interview with Brahim Achabbakhe

Interview with Brahim Achabbakhe

In the action-movie industry Brahim Achabbakhe is making a real name for himself as a credible and reliable performer. Having worked with the likes of Yuen Woo-Ping, Tony Jaa's mentor, Panna Rittikrai, Jean-Claude Van-Damme, Gary Daniels, Keanu Reeves and more, he brings an extraordinary passion, talent and creativity ...

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Interview with Ron Smoorenburg

Interview with Ron Smoorenburg

We're proud to present an interview with Dutch martial artist Ron Smoorenburg. He has worked with some of the best martial artists and on screen fighters in the world from Jackie Chan to Tony Jaa and Donnie Yen and many more! He is a 4th dan fighter himself with well over a decade of action-movie and stunt-acting ...

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