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SAKANOUYE NO TAMURAMARO: SEI-I TAI-SHOGUN OF EARLY JAPAN
Black people of early Japan, the most picturesque single figure was Sakanouye no Tamuramaro, a warrior symbolized in Japanese history as a "paragon of military virtues," and a man who has captured the attention of some of the most distinguished scholars of twentieth century America.
A shogun in Japan was a Black man. Yes, that is very true fact. The Black Warrior is not make believe it is a fact of history. Sankanouye No Tamuramaro was also the first Shogun in Japan.
"He was an African warrior. He was prominent during the rule of the Japanese Emperor Kwammu, who reigned from 782- 806 A.D."
Deep it is even believed that the word Samurai came from his name.
The samurai have been called the knights or warrior class of Medieval Japan and the history of the samurai is very much the history of Japan itself.
For hundreds of years, to the restoration of the Meiji emperor in 1868, the samurai were the flower of Japan and are still idolized by many Japanese. The samurai received a pension from their feudal lord, and had the privilege of wearing two swords. They intermarried in their own caste and the privilege of samurai was transmitted to all the children, although the heir alone received a pension.
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We are talking with Blake aboout UFC 190 and the aftermath of
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Tonight's show will be a mix of NFL politics and UFC reviews.
First off Jay and Jesse will talk about Deflate Gate and Tom Brady's issues with the NFL and more importantly Comissioner; Roger Goodell.
Jay and Jesse will also hit on the past weekends UFC on FOX event from Chicago, Illinois where we seen the brilliance of Team Alpha Male BOSS; TJ DIllashaw and his dominant victory over former title holder; Renan Barao as well as Miesha Tate's great performance over Jessica Eye.
Also the fellas will hit on the upcoming UFC 190 event that will be headlined by the heated rivalry of Champion Ronda Rousey and Bethe Correia and a long (so far over due it's not even that important) rematch between Mauricio Rua and Antônio Rogério Nogueira.
All of this and a little more on this episode of That Other Sports ShowAntônio Rogério Nogueira
The panel previews the very fist UFC Fight Night on Fox Sports 1! We'll preview Shogun vs Sonnen and also give a quick recap of WSOF 4.
Join Ryan "ThatMMAGuy" Justason and Nikolai Gionti as they cover the latest in Mixed Martial Arts news.
This week the guys will recap UFC 171: Hendricks vs. Lawler and preview UFN 38: Shogun vs. Henderson II.
Shun Kikuta takes time out from his 2013 Japan Tour to talk with ME, Mary E about the his life, music, and the BLUES! During our conversation he shared his life from Japan, to Berkley to Chicago to Taiwan. Listen in as he talks about the late great Koko Taylor, and BB King. Currently he has his own bands "Shun Kikuta & Legend of Rockers" and "Shun Kikuta & Blues Project". Shun is an internationally renowned guitarist traveling around the world. He has been a right hand man for late Koko Taylor, "The Queen of Blues" and 2010 Chicago Music Awards winning band J.W.Williams & Chitown Hustlers over a decade. Shun has recorded several his own albums such as "Rising Shun"(2007) and also appeared on many albums as a guitarist includes Koko Taylor's Grammy Awards nominated "Old School (Alligator Records, 2007)". "Shogun of the blues" __ Asia Wall Street Journal (Hong Kong) " Shun Kikuta becomes world ambassador of the blues" __ Daily Herald (U.S.A) " Digging into the strings of his Fender Telecaster, Shunsuke Kikuta channels the crying vibrato of B.B.King one minute and the piercing attack of Albert Collins the next" __ Chicago Tribune (U.S.A) "Shun Kikuta, a fine Japanese guitarist who has absorbed the classic Chicago sounds and play them with the feel and confidence." __ Blues & Rhythm (United Kingdom)
Join us this week as we take you on a trip all around the sports universe!
We'll recap the NCAA National Championship Game featuring Michigan & Louisville, and we'll congratulate the womens' champion as well. We'll peek in on NFL Free Agency, the NBA playoff picture, The Masters, and more.
Also, don't miss our discussions on Bernard King's Hall of Fame nod and the anxiously-awaited film "42", which opens in theaters this week. Filmmaker Rel Dowdell ("Train Ride" & "Changing the Game") will join us to discuss the importance of Hollywood telling Jackie Robinson's story and the quality of which the movie "42" tells it.
And in the second hour, we'll be talking to Maryland MMA pioneer and founder of both Ground Control Academy & Shogun Fights, John Rallo, about Shogun Fights 8, which takes place Saturday, April 13, at First Mariner Arena in Baltimore, Maryland! Don’t miss it!