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AL DACASCOS
Founder of Wun Hop Kuen Do

August 1998 saw Al Dacascos on National TV (TNT) Turner Network Television being honored as one of the Masters to Wesley Snipes, "1st Tribute to the Martial Arts Masters of the 20th Century" from New York City. September he was inducted into the prestigious "America's Grandmasters Council" in Orlando, Florida, and the "Eastern U.S. Hall of Fames" in New Jersey.

Since the founding of his unique fighting art, Wun Hop Kuen Do, a style of KAJUKENBO that incorporates Chinese and Filipino martial arts into the traditional KAJUKENBO system, in 1969, Al Dacascos has become one of the most noted martial artists of our era. An eighth degree Black Belt, Dacascos has won over 200 Championships and appeared on just as many martial arts magazine covers over the years. In 1977 he was indoctrinated into the Black Belt Hall of Fame as Instructor of the Year and again in 1992 by Inside Kung fu Magazine. Two of the worlds most prestigious martial arts magazines. Dacascos was the first practitioner of Kung fu to compete in theAmerican martial arts tournament circuit. As a visionary, he has manifested the dream of creating a network of schools and five generations of black belts to reflect his style.

In 1975, Al Dacascos was invited to appear in ABC's Wide World of Sports, broadcast from Los Angeles. He gave a breathtaking demonstration, exhibiting his power of "Chi" energy. German enthusiasts were so impressed with Wun Hop Kuen Do, that they offered Dacascos the opportunity to expand his schools and seminars throughout Europe. His influence and martial arts genius has helped to design the modern warrior.

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