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Author Topic: Shian Anthony Pereira  (Read 2022 times)

whitewolf

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Shian Anthony Pereira
« on: October 20, 2010, 08:14:20 PM »

JimH-Havwe you seen or heard of shian Anthony Perrira of the Bronx-is he still alive?
I understand he is or was a great instructor.
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JimH

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Re: Shian Anthony Pereira
« Reply #1 on: October 20, 2010, 09:33:28 PM »

WW,
I knew Shihan Pereira.
He passed away in 1999.
He had a nice hard street styled system.
The original school was closed for a while after Shihan's death,but has since been able  to reopen at the original location.
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Re: Shian Anthony Pereira
« Reply #2 on: October 21, 2010, 04:45:11 AM »

Interesting- thanks- I also once took a seminar from Michael Depasquale Sr concerning security-it was excellent- did u ever meet him- I know Michale Jr quite well-

I like to search the you tube and watch about the older instructors who actually started
the martial arts systems here in the US.

Guess its because thats how i started-full contact karate with no equipment-that seems to assist me when teaching  and also learning today as i can relate to how it was
pretty realistic back then-

I see that there are still a few around and that most do not spend a fortune in martial arts mags touting their style- they just teach in their neighborhods aor belong to
a association and stay within it.

Teachers today like Hock , Michael Jr and others are a exception to the rule and i respect guys like these a lot-and learn alot from them.
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JimH

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Re: Shian Anthony Pereira
« Reply #3 on: October 21, 2010, 09:13:45 AM »

I had the  opportunity to meet Michael Sr several times,never got to train with him.
I know Michael jr,trained with him several times at seminars and clinics.

I like talking to and or training with the pioneers of Martial arts,guys that did not differentiate between street and gym,it was all just hard training to fight.

The pity is many of today's martial artists have no clue who many of the old timers/ pioneers, are when they see them.
But
Have some Blue Belt BJJ guy who has been on TV doing some contest,and maybe lost, and they are all over that guy,lol.
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