Long Lee and Bismillah karate members win Open medals

Paige McLoughlin gained silver in the girl eight and nine years red to orange belt fighting, while Ibraheem Din won bronze in the boys ten to 12 years red to orange belt fighting. Kaif Hussain also claimed silver in the boys eight to nine years fighting red to orange belt.

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‘Karate Kid’ revival ‘Cobra Kai’ discussed by former co-stars Elisabeth Shue, Tamlyn Tomita

There's little doubt that cries of “sweep the leg!” and “get him a body bag!” will be echoing across the Twittersphere next year when “The Karate Kid” reunion series “Cobra Kai” bows on YouTube Red. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the 10-episode revival will see Ralph Macchio and William Zabka reprise their respective roles of transplanted Jersey boy Daniel LaRusso and bully Johnny Lawrence – but now three decades removed from their San Fernando Valley rivalry and climactic karate tournament.

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‘Bigfoot’ Silva: Glory champion Rico Verhoeven has the obligation…

Antonio Silva doesn't feel any pressure going into a fight with the best heavyweight kickboxer in the world in China. “Bigfoot” will take on Glory heavyweight champion Rico Verhoeven at the Guangzhou gymnasium Saturday, and has made some changes in training ahead of his first experience inside a kickboxing ring.

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Labuan Karate-Do Duo Bag Bronze At 19th USKU International Karate Championship 17

Labuan's duo of Nur Aneesa Aira Mohamad Affendi and Mohd Norfarhan Nordin made Malaysia proud having won three bronzes in the 19th Universal Shotokan Karate Union International Karate Championship 2017 in Japan last weekend. Nur Aneesa Aira, who has been in the karate arena since she was five years old and now in primary three at the SK Pekan 2 bagged two bronze in the Girls Nine-Year-Old Kata Individual and Girls Kumite Individual, while SUKMA athlete, Mohd Norfarhan earned the third bronze through the Men's Open Kata Individual.

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