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Luis Diaz

Instructor and Technical Director​

Luis est 8 ème dan de Kajukenbo, 2 ème Dan Aikido (diplôme fédéral), 4 ème Dan Aiki-Kenpo et Instructeur Nihon Kenpo


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Joe Diaz

Instructor and Technical Director​

Joe is 8th dan Kajukenbo and 2nd dan Aiki-Kenpo


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Interview

Find out more about Luis and Joe Diaz in this interview with Greggot.

You're about to meet Luis and Joe Diaz, father and son, who are the forerunners of Kajukenbo in France. This Hawaiian discipline originates from a group of martial arts experts of different styles who came together in a group: the Black Belt Society in the 40s.

For a long time, it was reserved for soldiers and special army corps. Very similar to street fighting, Kajukenbo is an effective, hard contact style. It has been developed to defend oneself in all kinds of realistic situations.

For a long time, it was reserved for soldiers and special army corps. Kajukenbo developed in France under the direction of Joe and Luis Diaz, now at the head of their Kajukenbo Tribal Spirit organization. Five styles that served as the basis for the creation of kajukenbo also served to form its name: kajukenbo = ka: karate + ju: judo and jujutsu + ken: kenpo + bo: boxing. of street fighting, Kajukenbo is an effective, hard contact style. It has been developed to defend oneself in all kinds of realistic situations.

In this interview, you'll discover how father and son brought this art form to France.

C’est intéressant de voir la transmission du savoir à travers les générations. Toujours en quête de développement, ils continuent à s’entraîner et viennent livrer pleins de bons conseils et d’anecdotes en tant qu’enseignant !

Joe Diaz Paris Bercy


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