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**NEW SHOW**OUR GUEST: MONDAY APRIL 14, 2014 @ 9PM: Kancho Darrell Sarjeant, 9th Dan Hanshi, Inheritor/Chief Instructor of Davis Modern Combat Ju Jutsu Self – Defense System. Born in NY, he began training in the Arts of Tae Kwon Do & Karate at the age of five. At the age of fourteen, Sarjeant began training formally in Shotokan. Call in @ 646.716.6825 to listen to the discussion about the life journey through martial arts to health, wellness & fitness.
Training with many martial artists ie; Nick Bruno of Grandmaster George Cofield's in Brooklyn; Goju Ryu Karate Do under a variety of instructors, recieving his first-degree black belt under Glen Nieves, Sensei. While training in the Art of Goju Ryu Karate Do, Sarjeant began serious study in the Art of Ju Jitsu through the Vee Jitsu lineage. He first began training under the guidance of Grandmaster Lil' John Davis, Founder of Kumite Ryu Ju Jitsu. He then began learning Combat Jiu Jitsu under Grandmaster Billy Davis, founder of the Davis Jiu Jitsu Self-Defense System, ultimately becoming its Inheritor and Chief Instructor. He ultimately went on to train directly under the guidance of Dr. Moses Powell, Grandmaster of Sanuces Ryu Jiu Jitsu.
Kancho Sarjeant currently resides in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He serves as the President of the Modern Combat Academy of Self-Defense. Kancho realizes the need for self defense in both the young and old alike. With over 40 years experience in the Arts, he has worked diligently to develop techniques that are easy to learn yet effective for all age groups regardless of size or sex.
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