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Masters of the Martial Arts Presented by Wesley Snipes (1998)

This was one time event that really showed what was going on in the action movie era that was about to come. Jhoon Rhee was there doing 100 pushups in 60 sec. It was held in Harlem so there... See full summary »

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This was one time event that really showed what was going on in the action movie era that was about to come. Jhoon Rhee was there doing 100 pushups in 60 sec. It was held in Harlem so there were a lo:t of proud old school black kyokoshin and Kung masters...and some pimps in kungfu garb Written by kyle33071

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Masters of the Martial Arts was very Informative
23 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I thought Masters of the Martial Arts was excellent. I have been looking for more information about it for quite some time. I thought it was Titled 'Masters of the Universe'. ha ha ha Never before had, and there still hasn't been, any situation where so many Martial Artist's have been put in one setting together. And there were so many of them who one might say, black belt does not do them justice. The only problem that I had with this show, was that Chuck Norris was not there (they did a part about him, and really gave him his props), but I was very disappointed that he said he was too busy with his schedule to be there. He should have made time to at least make an appearance. What I would really like, is to find out how I can get a copy of this movie.


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