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  • 00:35


    in Movies

    Nash and Hank somewhat probably talk about Blood Sport... Tune in for a weird episode!

  • 00:13

    The Joey Harris Show

    in Entertainment

    It's Bloodsport 3: Joey 0 as the blood donor saga continues.  Join Joey as he details the latest developments, and this time he has some people experience the things that happen to him every day.

  • 02:00

    Dynamic Dojo Talkradio: With Special Guest, Frank Dux

    in Sports

    Join us Sunday August 17th at 6 pm Pacific Time, as we welcome Hanshi Frank Dux to the Dynamic Dojo!

    Host Restita DeJesus won't be joining us for this episode due to prior committments, so co-host Robert will be joined by special guest co-host, Michelle Manu. Robert and Michelle will speak to Hanshi Frank Dux about his martial arts training, background, development of Dux Ryu/FASST method. Listeners welcome to call in after 6:30 pm.  Listen in/call in to hear and speak with the man behind "Bloodsport"!


  • 01:36

    UMOR Live Episode #122 - Paulo Tocha & James Gray

    in MMA

    Tonight on UMOR Live, we're excited to welcome, Paulo Tocha. Paulo is one of the leading experts in Muay Thai and has appeared in several films over the years including Bloodsport, Death Warrant, Blood in Blood out and others. He's also Senior V.P. of USMTA - United States Muay Thai Association...  Second on the show we catch up with MI native, James Gray. James 9x NAGA champion with a pro mma record of 2-0 and a boxing record of 1-0. Those records along with his 12-0 ammy mma record makes him completly undefeated in combat sports. He will be compteing on an upcoming XFC card Sept 27th which we will be talking about during the interview... Tonight (09/15) at 8pm Central / 9pm Eastern..... ******* Hosted by Dave "The Butcher" Clifford... Sponsored by Patinodiet.com & Every Victory Earned Fight Gea .... Powered by ACSLive.com.... Show creator and producer Chris "The Network" Maltsburger *******

  • 00:23

    «Sur le Film» No. 1

    in Comedy

    Daniel Kevins-Tull returns to the now-digital-airwaves with «Sur le Film,» now with the son of his late cohost, Tanner Matthews Claude Van Damme to discuss contemporary cinema and the film "Bloodsport."

  • 01:55

    The Sanuces Bloodline Brotherhood Part 12 interview with GM Jerry Bell

    in Sports

     Exclusive Interview with Grandmaster Jerry Bell & Furqan Shabazz

    At 10 years old, Jerry Bell studied Judo under the guidance of his father James Edward Bell Jr., and Boxing under another family member, Muhammad Ali. At 13 Jerry was studying Karate at the East Coast Karate Association. By 17, he had traveled to Okinawa to study Okinawan Goju under Grand Master Hidegami Matsamura. Later in Japan, he studied Shotokan under Grand Master Nakayama Masatoshi, Master Ozumi Ozawa, and in the United States under Grand Master Hidetaka Nishiyama.

    Jerry also studied Kyokoshinkai under Grand Master Masutatsu Oyama, Shito Karate under Master Yojiro Ishikawa, and Iaido under Master Muramasa Kudo. He then studied Aikido under Master Shoji Nishoi, Silat under Master Abdul Muhammad Ben, Tae Kwon Do under Masters Simon and Phillip Rhee, and Sanuces Ryu Jujitsu under Supreme Grandmaster Doctor Moses Powell. Jerry lived more than fifteen years in the far east doing six month stays between the United States studying the martial arts and as a result speaks Japanese, Korean, Chinese and Malay.

    The 1988 movie, "Bloodsport", starring Jean-Claude Van Damme as Frank Dux, was actually based on Jerry Bell, who fought, and won the Kumite twice.

    Grandmaster Jerry Bell is now in the Black Belt Hall of Fame, The Martial Arts Hall of Fame and the World Karate Hall of Fame. He’s earned six World Gold Medals and three Silver Medals. He has a 7th degree Black Belt in Shotokan, a 4th degree Black Belt in Kyokoshinkai, a sixth degree Black Belt in Iaido, a second degree Black Belt in Judo, a fourth degree Black Belt in Aikido, a 10th degree Black Belt in Sanuces Ryu Jujitsu and a 10th degree Black Belt in the Black Ryu System that was founded by him./Jerry Bell also founded The Japan Shotoshinkai Karate-do Association in Osaka Japan with his Karate Master Yojiro Ishikawa in 1970 and he founded The Black Ryu Federation in 2003.


  • 00:47

    Filmmaker David Worth: Cinema Milestones

    in Movies

    Veteran filmmaker David Worth returns to Movie Addict HQ to talk about his two new books: Milestones in Cinema: 50 Visionary Films & Filmmakers and Zen & the Art of Independent Filmmaking: A Cautionary Tale. David has worked on over 35 films as a director and or cinematographer. Stars like Clint Eastwood, Bruce Campbell, Shelly Winters, Dennis Hopper, and Roy Scheider have appeared in David’s films. His extensive filmography includes such diverse movies as: HOUSE AT THE END OF THE DRIVE, ANY WHICH WAY YOU CAN, TIME LAPSE, BRONCO BILLY, KICKBOXER, ALL’S FAIR IN LOVE AND WAR, MAN WITH THE SCREAMING BRAIN, HONOR, LADY DRAGON and BLOODSPORT. 

    David has taught filmmaking at Chapman University, USC, Chapman Singapore and UCLA. He is presently a part-time professor at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. The Citizen Kane Crash Course in Cinematography, his first unique textbook, was published in 2008 and is available at Amazon.com as are his other film-related books.

  • 00:59

    Legends of the Dark Knight – Episode 30

    in Television

    In Episode 30 Steve “Megatron” and TFG1Mike continue to fly through Neo Gotham, as they go on a Joyride, then we find a Lost Soul, Steve has a Hidden Agenda, while Mike watches a Bloodsport, and finally we are both Once Burned. So jump into the Batmobile and join us once again same bat time same ...

  • 00:50

    RADIO ULNA: Mix 14 - Study Music (For A Film)

    in Entertainment

    Lords and Ladies,

    A little trigger warning for a few of you: this mix is a little more relaxed than my normal puttogethers. For those of you who aren't in the know, I'm currently attending a Master Brewer Course in Chicago/Germany for the next 6 months. As such, I've been doing a lot of goddamn reading. So instead of putting on the latest 'Narcotic Wasteland' or 'Dead by April' new metal releases, I'm opting to stick to my fairly calmer study tunes. If I suffer, y'all are gonna suffer, too!

    I'll leave you with a little beer trivia: What does B-amylase produce in mashing?

    The answer: maltose!

    Thanks for listening, A.B


    Mix 14: Study Music (For A Film)

    CHVRCHES - Bela Lugosi's Dead (Bauhaus Cover) (0:00 - 3:47)

    Soft Lighting - Unborn (3:48 - 8:34)

    Embrz - Slow Down (8:35 - 13:07)

    Mansionair - Hold Me Down (feat. Revier) (13:08 - 19:02)

    Oceaán - To Lose (19:03 - 21:50)

    Years & Years - Real (21:51 - 25:42)

    Future Islands - Seasons (Waiting On You) (25:43 - 29:20)

    Lorde vs Flume - Sleepless (WEKEED Boot) (29:21 - 33:00)

    Fear Of Men - Alta / Waterfall (33:01 - 37:56)

    Keep Shelly In Athens - Old Time Glory (37:57 - 41:03)

    Raleigh Ritchie - Bloodsport (41:04 - 44:56)

    Farao - To Sleep Apart (44:57 - 49:11)


    All music purchased legally through Apple's iTunes Store or Amazon.com, and rebroadcast under fair use under copyright laws and its application to podcasts.

  • 01:35

    Kickboxer director David worth

    in Politics Progressive

     hello folks on this edition of J Ray radio I talked with David worth director of kick boxer we talk about bloodsport and kickboxer and of course some of the things enjoy

  • 00:52


    in Self Help

    Frank Dux is a name that became so world renowned in the underground fight world that it had to be immortalized by the 1988 motion picture entitled Bloodsport. The film was based upon his early life achievements and was responsible for launching the acting career of Jean-Claude Van Damme. It is a globally popular cult classic attributed to the inspiring story of Frank Dux. It implemented a new, realistic fight choreography that many Hollywood film makers adopted and use today.

    A third generation descendant of intelligence agents and covert operatives, Frank Dux possessed the network, technical knowledge and experience to have built a highly distinguished reputation for himself as an independent contract agent by successfully completing what many intelligence agencies and film aficionados describe as Mission Impossible.

    From 1975 through 1980, Frank Dux honed his personal protection skills to the point it transformed him into the truly first Ultimate Fighting Champion, reigning as Kokuryukai World Full Contact Kumite Champion; retiring undefeated and having establishing 16 world records, many of which have been standing for over a quarter of a century. As a result, Frank got Inducted into five Martial Arts Halls of Fame as a “Living Legend.”

    Frank Dux coached and produced 25 regional, national and world champions in Full Contact Martial Arts. His last world record occurred in April of 1993, when after a thirteen year hiatus and retirement, with 40,000 spectators and millions watching the telecast, Frank Dux became the first and only human being to punch through bullet proof glass at the International Martial Arts Festival at Bercy Stadium, Paris, France.