The Legends of Carolina Martial Arts is a non-political organization created to honor, each year, a small group of Blackbelts (from the 1960’s, 1970’s, 1980’s, and 1990’s) who have impacted Martial Arts through the Carolinas in a positive manner!
Episode with Bill “Superfoot” Wallace, going through his career from the beginning to today. How he started fighting sideways, where the nickname “Superfoot” comes from, phone calls with Elvis and some of his greatest.
Bill “Superfoot” Wallace is a living legend in the world of martial arts and professional kickboxing. A pioneer in the sport, he began his martial arts career as a Karate point-fighter. He competed along with such immortals as Bruce Lee, Chuck Norris, Joe Lewis, and Skipper Mullins. After an incredible career in point-fighting, Wallace made his professional debut as a kickboxer in 1972. He quickly captured the World Middleweight Championship and retired as the undefeated champion after compiling a record of 23-0. With the urging of his friend Chuck Norris, Wallace has appeared in a number of motion pictures, mostly as the “heavy” in martial arts films. Wallace, a college graduate, continues to give exhibitions and trainings around the world.
– IMDb Mini Biography By: angelsunchained
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