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COVER STORY / KARATE: OLD VERSUS NEW
Jon Jepson, Tony Pillage, Andy Moorhouse and Dave Turton discuss the differences in opinion which divide the thinking in the worlds of traditional and modern Karate. Page 08
Mark Iles meets the co-star of Ip Man 2 to discuss both his career in the movies and his martial arts journey.
MAI catches up with the Lau Gar legend to see what he's up to these days…
Simon Hengle talks the military knife fighting aspects of Tora Combat Kickboxing.
The Wing Chun legend discusses his martial arts and what he has planned for his upcoming SENI 2012 seminar…
Braulio Estima recently declared his intention to fight in the octagon. Here, he and Andy Norman discuss KFM's movement into the MMA scene…
Bob Sykes play-tests the latest installment in the officially sanctioned cage fighting game.
Andy Moorhouse discusses the different ways that Karate students learn and progress in martial arts.
Emil Martirossian introduces a Muay Thai and Mantis Kung Fu practitioner with a fierce line in conditioning.
THE NEXT LEVEL
Johnny Silmon teaches the reader a breathing technique that will benefit all martial artists.
HOW TO BACKFLIP
Joe Hallett teaches newcomers to the art of 'tricking' how to execute a backflip…
Our new correspondent asks why it is so difficult for martial artists to accept differing points of view…
A fan of the art of trapping, Michael argues that it has no place in a modern, practical martial art.
Some of the Kickboxers lining up to compete for the £3000 prize trade banter in the build-up to the competition.
MAI previews the upcoming BodyPower show which will feature the WMKF and BJJ British Championships.
MAI interviews the Kickboxing legend following his successful tour of the UK.
KWON GRAND SLAM
We report on the Kwon Grand Slam tournament – the first event of three…
BIFF PART 5
David Weeks finishes his exclusive interview with the BIFF veterans Jay Dobrin and Phil Chenery.