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MONDAY, December 31st, 2001, AT 5:55 PM, PT


Le and Castilo
Part Of The Best Of The Best For 2001!

Both Inducted into the 2001 IKF Hall of Fame as San Shou's Best!



Cung Le


Jenna Castilo

In the 2001, IKF Pro Fighters Of The Year Awards, San Shou Superstar and new IKF San Shou World Champion Cung Le, (Left & Right in Gold Trunks) of San Jose, CA, USA was selected. On December 15th, 2001 in San Jose California, USA, Le become the first IKF San Shou World Champion when he won the Light Heavyweight Title by unanimous decision over Shoni Carter of Chicago, Illinois, USA.

In the bout, Le won on all 3 judges cards 5 rounds to 0 to be the first to capture an IKF San Shou World Title in the *ring. Carter proved to be one of Le's toughest opponents. Although he didn't have the throwing skills to match Le, his heart and toughness kept him strong throughout all 5 rounds. Great fight by both!

(*) We say, first "In the ring" because in reality, someone else had an IKF World San Shou title before Le. The Semi Main Event that night lost some of it's hype when IKF MT & IR World Champion Danny Steele of Los Angeles, CA, USA didn't make the weight cut off of 147 lbs for the vacant IKF San Shou Welterweight World Title.Steele made 149.5 but was unable to drop any more as he was nursing a groin injury he had suffered about 4 weeks ago. Because of this, Matee Jedeepitak of Ratchaburi, Thailand via Indianapolis, Indiana, USA was awarded the World Title by forfeit.

In the Amateur division, San Shou stand out Jenna Castilo (Left) of San Jose, CA, USA was selected into the IKF Hall of Fame in the Woman's San Shou Rules Division.

On July 21st, 2001, San Jose, California, USA, Castilo defeated Katie Meehan of Denver Colorado, USA by TKO at 1:56 of round 2 to win the vacant IKF Amateur Woman's Bantamweight Title.

In her first defense on December 15th, 2001 in San Jose, California, USA she defeated Christine Yandolli by Unanimous Decision 4 rounds to 0 on all 3 judges cards.

Castilo's only problem is finding good "Experienced San Shou" competition in the woman's ranks. But even with top competition, we don't see her having much of a problem with other opponents. This Woman ROCKS!






TUESDAY, December 18th, 2001, AT 6:50 PM, PT


San Shou
EXPLODES In San Jose, California, USA!

Cung Le Becomes First IKF San Shou World Champion...
While Jedeepitak, Ott, Madigan, Soto and Castillo All Win Their Title Bouts On "UNITED FOR THE CHILDREN" Event!



Last Saturday night, December 15th, UsH! Entertainment and G-Up Promotions hosted UNITED FOR THE CHILDREN. A Benefit Event for the The Twin Towers Orphan Fund and the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation at the San Jose Event Center in San Jose, California, USA.

A crowd of about 1,500 were treated to a great night of San Shou Style fighting which featured 12 San Shou fighters from East to West fighting for 6 IKF San Shou Titles. The Main event of the night featured the top ranked San Shou Fighter in the Nation, Cung Le (Left) San Jose, California, USA against top UFC competitor Shoni Carter (Right) of Chicago, Illinois, USA. This was a great bout that saw two warriors going at it toe to toe. Unlike some of Le's former opponents, Carter was much stronger and wasn't allowing Le any easy throws as we've seen in past bouts. Carter was strong in the clinch and had plenty of weapons from the outside as well. It was sure to be a true test of Le's fighting skills as well as Carters.

In the opening seconds of round 1, the two banged heads which resulted in a cut over Le's right eye. Immediately the cut started to bleed quite a bit which brought a worry to everyone at ringside, wondering if the ringside doctor was going to request the bout be stopped early due to an accidental injury. If so, the bout would have ended in a "No Contest", but this was not to be on this night. As the round ended, Le's corner did an excellent job of sealing the cut to insure the bout would continue. The first round saw Le ahead in total points on the 3 judges cards. Judge Jon Schorle scored it 18-10. Judge Susan Thomas Gitlin scored it 31-17 and judge Marcos Rosalas scored it 17-4.

NOTE: San Shou scoring is a lot like Amateur Boxing. Each strike that a judge sees as a scoring blow (Kick or Punch) the judge clicks a point on his/her judges clicker. Throw points are also added to the striking points. The throw points are awarded by the referee after each throw. Throw points are 1,2 or 3. All of these points make up the final round score. With this system, there will always be a vast difference in "Counted" points at the end of a round. In final scoring, only 1 point is awarded after each round which goes to the fighter with the highest point total. In round 1, Cung Le won on all 3 judges cards so he lead on all 3 judges cards 1 round to 0 after round 1.



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In round 2, both fighters seemed to pull back a bit to re-think their strategy. In the end, Le was ahead on all 3 judges cards again. Judge Jon Schorle scored it 8-5. Judge Susan Thomas Gitlin scored it 23-14 and judge Marcos Rosalas scored it 9-4. As the bout continued, Le proved he was the one with the throwing skills. Carter on the other hand continued to keep his focus on scoring points in the stand-up fighting which was soon to be his downfall. Le scored on several of his throw attempts to win round 3 decisively. Judge Jon Schorle scored it 16-8. Judge Susan Thomas Gitlin scored it 34-17 and judge Marcos Rosalas scored it 18-7

In round 4 we saw a lot of the same. Carter continued his stand-up striking and tried to get at Le's cut over his right eye, landing a few good shots here and there. However, the points in the throw category continued to make all the difference as Le won round 4 with ease. Judge Jon Schorle scored it 14-7. Judge Susan Thomas Gitlin scored it 30-19 and judge Marcos Rosalas scored it 10-3.

In the final round the two continued the same pace. Carter still failed to score any throw points and managed little in the stand-up game as Le scored in both stand-up as well as throws. Although Carter was a strong opponent for Le, he was no match for Le's throwing skills. He was able to continue standing both times Le attempted his famous Scissor Sweep takedown but wasn't able to counter some of Le's other throws. At the end of the 5th, Le again won on all 3 judges cards. Judge Jon Schorle scored it 10-5. Judge Susan Thomas Gitlin scored it 27-14 and judge Marcos Rosalas scored it 19-5.

In the end, Le won on all 3 judges cards 5 rounds to 0 to be the first to capture an IKF San Shou World Title in the ring. Carter proved to be one of Le's toughest opponents. Although he didn't have the throwing skills to match Le, his heart and toughness kept him strong throughout all 5 rounds. Great fight by both!

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Steele
















Ott

After this match-up, the question was asked, "Who has the San Shou Skills to match-up against Cung Le?" With that in mind it was clear to understand why many were saying that the future of not only Cung Le as a San Shou Style Fighter, but the fighting style of San Shou itself will be tested in the future competition of this rules style whether it be called San Shou or "Punch, Kick Throw." It's clear that Le is one of the Greatest San Shou style fighters in the World. He's proved this time and time again, but the question is,

"Who's Next?"

The Semi Main Event lost some of it's hype when IKF MT & IR World Champion Danny Steele (Left) of Los Angeles, CA, USA didn't make the weight cut off of 147 lbs for the vacant IKF San Shou Welterweight World Title. Steele made 149.5 but was unable to drop any more as he was nursing a groin injury he had suffered about 4 weeks ago. Because of this, Matee Jedeepitak (Right) of Ratchaburi, Thailand via Indianapolis, Indiana, USA was awarded the World Title by forfeit. However, both fighters agreed to fight anyway to assure some excitement for the event.

In round 1, Steele was hit in the head with a knee strike by Jedeepitak which dropped him to the canvas. Referee Marcos Rosalas didn't see the knee and gave Steele an 8 count instead. (Knees were not legal in any of these bouts) As if that wasn't enough to slow Steele down, he also re-injured his groin at the end of the round when he threw a kick. However, as many know, Steele wasn't about to have the injury stop him. Steele tried his best to fight toe to toe with Jedeepitak but it was not meant to be. Unable to move at will Jedeepitak picked his shots against Steele and landed them wherever he wanted to. After 1 the scores were, Judge Jon Schorle scored it 28-27 for Steele. Judge Susan Thomas Gitlin scored it 47-11 for Jedeepitak and judge Dan Stell scored it 29-8 for Jedeepitak.

Round 2 started strong as Steele tried to put more pressure on Jedeepitak. However Jedeepitak exploded back with an attack of his own. Picking his shots from a simple jab to explosive leg kicks, these two wouldn't get into any kind of Throwing game, but the stand-up action was explosive when they mixed it up. As round 2 continued the two seemed to do more standing around than fighting. Playing a waiting game to see who would commit first. When they did Jedeepitak seemed to always come away with the best. As in the Draka style of fighting Steele fought in the mid 90's, the "Point System" once again hurt Steele as his activity wasn't anywhere near Jedeepitak who scored and scored often with his hands and feet. In round 2, judge Jon Schorle scored it 17-9 for Jedeepitak. Judge Susan Thomas Gitlin scored it 25-14 for Jedeepitak and judge Dan Stell scored it 18-8 for Jedeepitak.

As the rounds progressed, it all looked the same. Although Jedeepitak was making a name off an injured Steele, the fact was, HE WAS MAKING A NAME! Everyone was impressed at his skill and technique. After round 3, judge Jon Schorle scored it 20-10 for Jedeepitak. Judge Susan Thomas Gitlin scored it 31-11 for Jedeepitak and judge Dan Stell scored it 22-9 for Jedeepitak. After round 4, judge Jon Schorle scored it 15-6 for Jedeepitak. Judge Susan Thomas Gitlin scored it 28-9 for Jedeepitak and judge Dan Stell scored it 14-6 for Jedeepitak.

when round 5 came around, Jedeepitak didn't want to leave any doubt in the judges minds or the fans. Steele was an injured animal with very little movement and Jedeepitak was out for his prey. He exploded with kick and punch combinations scoring at will and impressing everyone. After round 5, judge Jon Schorle scored it 25-5 for Jedeepitak. Judge Susan Thomas Gitlin scored it 37-7 for Jedeepitak and judge Dan Stell scored it 25-3 for Jedeepitak. When it was over, the IKF had no problem crowning Jedeepitak the IKF San Shou World Champion.

What we would like to see though is 2 things. 1, a rematch with a healthy Steele, but more important, for Jedeepitak to challenge IKF World Champion Khunpon (right) for his IKF MuayThai Rules Welterweight World Title. This would be a Great Match-up!

Before the two Pro World Title bouts was the challenge for the vacant IKF Pro San Shou Intercontinental Title between IKF Pro US San Shou Middleweight Champion Rudi Ott (Left) of San Jose California, USA against Peter Kaljevic (Right) who was born in Montenegro, Yugoslavia but currently resides in New York City, New York, USA.

This bout was a strong match for both fighters. However, Ott, as Le in his bout, proved to have all the throwing skill in this match-up. Kaljevic entered the match with plenty of experience having a record of 47 wins, 15 loses with 18 wins coming by KO or TKO. He also proved to have a heavy right hand as well, but in comparison, Ott proved he had a chin as solid as a rock. On several occasions, Ott dropped his left hand and Kaljevic saw the opening and went for it, landing several times. However Ott never staggered and answered back with a sort of "That was a good shot" smile but take this as he threw Kaljevic around the ring. After round 1, judge Jon Schorle scored it 20-6 for Ott. Judge Susan Thomas Gitlin scored it 45-11 for Ott and judge Marcos Rosalas scored it 29-7 for Ott.


Rudi Ott

This fight was clearly the "Rudi Ott Show" as he used nearly every throw in the book scoring often as if Kaljevic never knew a counter. At the end of round 2, the judges scored the round, judge Jon Schorle 29-12 for Ott. Judge Susan Thomas Gitlin scored it 41-21 for Ott and judge Marcos Rosalas scored it 18-6 for Ott. In round 3, judge Jon Schorle scored it 32-10 for Ott. Judge Susan Thomas Gitlin scored it 39-13 for Ott and judge Marcos Rosalas scored it 23-7 for Ott. In round 4, judge Jon Schorle scored it 20-11 for Ott. Judge Susan Thomas Gitlin scored it 31-16 for Ott and judge Marcos Rosalas scored it 20-12 for Ott. In the final round 5, judge Jon Schorle scored it 15-7 for Ott. Judge Susan Thomas Gitlin scored it 20-11 for Ott and judge Marcos Rosalas scored it 17-5 for Ott.

This was Rudi Ott's title to win and he did so with a strong effort. Although the scores didn't sound close, Kaljevic made a great fight out of it. In the win, Ott was awarded the vacant IKF Pro San Shou Intercontinental Title.

Before the Pro bouts were 3 IKF Amateur San Shou Title Bouts. Here's how they scored;

  1. BOUT 1: IKF Amateur San Shou California Cruiserweight Title
    Brian Madigan
    defeated Brian Kuhn by majority decision.

  2. BOUT 2: IKF Amateur San Shou Light Middleweight U.S. Title
    Although Santos Soto (Right, 11-2/8, 151, 5'9", 17) of San Jose, CA, USA came in under the title weight limit of 153 lbs, the fight continued and he went on to defeat Chris Overby (13-2/7, 157, 5'9) of Bellefontaine, Ohio, USA by TKO at 1:55 of round 3 to claim his second IKF Amateur San Shou U. S. Title.

  3. BOUT 3: IKF Amateur San Shou U. S. Bantamweight Title Defense
    Jenna Castillo
    (Below - Left, 7-0, 5'5, 123, 19) of San Jose, CA proved once again that she IS THE WOMAN OF SAN SHOU! Castillo successfully defended her title and continued her undefeated streak by defeating Christine Yandolli (9-3/0, 5'7, 20, 123) of Smithtown, Long Island, New York, USA by unanimous decision.
    • NOTE: To respond to some of the fans comments about the IKF not having a belt to present to Castillo after her win, the reason was because her camp forgot to bring the Title Belt she was defending to the ring. This was not the fault of the IKF.

Ush Entertainment has announced that they would like to promote 3 San Shou style events for the 2002 season. If all are as exciting as this one, we all look forward to seeing more.

For more info on this event, please contact Monica Ortiz at (415) 643-9109 or by e-mail at; monica@unitedforthechildren.com.


Jedeepitak



















Kaljevic







Jenna Castillo

Net proceeds from United for the Children are being donated to the US Marine Corps' Toys for Tots Foundation and the The Twin Towers Orphan Fund. Toys for Tots has been a fixture in holiday charity for needy children since 1947. Although more recently founded, The Twin Towers Orphan Fund is a volunteer organization founded to support the orphaned children of the September 11th rescue workers and victims. All funds are being independently handled by the San Francisco CPA firm Shea, Labagh, Dobberstein.




THURSDAY, December 13th, 2001, AT 11:00 PM, PT


FOR THE CHILDREN...


100 years from now,
it will not matter. . .
what kind of car I drove,
what kind of house I lived in,
how much I had in my bank account
or what my clothes looked like. . .

But the world may be a little better
because I was important in the life of a Child...







Cung Le



Danny Steele



Rudi Ott



Christine Yandolli

This Saturday night, December 15th, Cung Le's UsH! Entertainment and G-Up will Present UNITED FOR THE CHILDREN. A Benefit Event for the The Twin Towers Orphan Fund and the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation at the San Jose Event Center in San Jose, California, USA.

There will be 3 Elements that will make this a very special night for everyone. Of course the IKF Title Fights are an element we like to talk about in this article and we will, but probably the most important part is who will benefit from this great event, The Children. The third element that makes this such a special night will be all the individuals involved.

The United For The Children (UFTC) event will combine some of the world's best martial artist with Hip Hop sounds and Hollywood style staging. Ush Entertainment has brought together not only some great kickboxing action ("The American Fight Sport") but also some of the areas best DJ's, hip hop dancers and R & B singers who have prepared quite a show. Unlike a lot of fund-raising Benefits, UFTC will be donating 100 percent of the event net proceeds to The Toys for Tots Foundation and The Twin Towers Orphan Fund. Everyone in the USA as well as around the world has been touched by our national crisis and are aware that holidays are the hardest time for children in need. Because of this, UFTC has organized this event as a way of providing needed funds for the Children at the Holidays.

The Main Event will feature San Shou Superstar Cung Le (Left) of San Jose, California, USA against Shoni Carter (Right) of Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Le's, who's impressive career includes being a Light Heavyweight World Champion and Three Time Captain of the US National San Shou Team has been considered by many as one of the greatest fighters on the planet. On the other side of the ring will be UFC's #2 Ranked Middleweight and former Collegiate All-American Wrestler, Shonie "Showtime" Carter. The two will be fighting for the vacant IKF (International Kickboxing Federation) Light Heavyweight San Shou World Title.

Both Le and Carter are 29 years old. Le stands 5'10" to Carter's 5'9". Both plan to weigh in at about 177 lbs. Le's "Overall" fight record is 38 wins and 2 loses with 26 of his wins coming by KO or TKO. Carter's record is 40 wins with 7 loses and 16 wins coming by KO or TKO. Le's fierce style and athletic prowess is catapulting him and "The American Fight Sport" into the mainstream, prompting Black Belt magazine to proclaim him "San Shou Kung Fu's Top Fighter" in January 2001. Carter is a fighter with power, versatility, and style and is known for his over the top, in-your-face bouts with the toughest competitors in the UFC.


The other co-Main Event will be for the vacant IKF Pro San Shou Welterweight World title and will feature 2 Time IKF World Champion Danny Steele (Left) against #1 IKF Ranked Matee Jedeepitak (Right) of Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, via Ratchaburi, Thailand.

Steele, who was Born in Saigon, Vietnam and raised in Hawaii currently lives in Los Angeles, California, USA and has a fight record of 37 wins with 9 loses and 2 draws with 28 of his wins coming by KO or TKO. He's obviously one of the best fighters on the planet with knockout power in both hands and leg kicks that could drop a tree. His skill has earned him a total of six world titles in five weight divisions and a nickname to go along with his proven toughness, Danny "Hard As" Steele!

Steele's opponent on the other side of the ring will be top contender Matee Jedeepitak who sports an extensive record of 123 wins with 52 loses, with 38 of his wins coming by KO or TKO. He's ranked #1 in the world in the IKF MuayThai Welterweight division and a former Featherweight World Champion. He's been considered one of Thailand's best fighters. His nickname "Left Dragon Leg" was coined after the many knockouts he has delivered with that leg.

Steele is 32 years old, Jedeepitak is 29. Both stand 5'7" tall and plan to weigh-in at 147 lbs. these are two "POWERFUL" leg kickers and because of this, we may not see a lot of throwing in this bout.


Before the two Pro World Title bouts will be a Pro Intercontinental Title between IKF Pro US San Shou Middleweight Champion Rudi Ott (Left) of San Jose California, USA against Peter Kaljevic (Right) who was born in Montenegro, Yugoslavia but currently resides in New York City, New York, USA.

Ott's overall fight record is 25 wins, 3 loses with 7 wins coming by KO or TKO. Kaljevic has a record of 47 wins, 15 loses with 18 wins coming by KO or TKO. Ott is a Three time member of US the USA National San Shou Team and the Current Captain of the US National San Shou Team. He's a versatile and dangerous fighter who has solidified himself as one of the best in the USA. Saturday night he hopes to take another step towards proving he's one of the best in the world, but Kaljevic's extensive ring experience will be his strong point in his attempt to make the headlines in Ott's hometown.

The event will also feature 2 US National Team members and IKF U.S. San Shou Champions, Santos Soto (IKF Amateur U.S. San Shou Super Welterweight Champion) and Jenna Castillo. (Right - IKF Amateur Woman's San Shou U. S. Bantamweight Champion.

Soto's was first booked to fight challenger Arturo Ortiz but Ortiz suffered a broken hand in training last week. A quick fix was made when Chris Overby of Bellefontaine, Ohio, USA (13-1/7, 5'9) accepted the bout just today. A special thanks goes out to Chris for saving this bout. The two will be fighting for the vacant IKF Amateur San Shou Light Middleweight U.S. Title.

At only 19, Jenna Castillo will be defending her IKF US Amateur Title is already making her mark as one of the best young female fighters in the United States. Her strength in the ring center around her fierce competitiveness and her unflinching focus on her opponent. Castillo, (Right, 6-0, 5'5, 19) is a 1999 Pan American Game Competitor and member of the US National San Shou Team. She will face challenger Christine Yandolli (Left, 9-2, 5'7", 20) of Smithtown, Long Island, New York, USA has won an Amateur World Title, the USKBA North American Title, Tri-State Title, New York State Title and a Long Island title.

The other element that will make this event such a great "SHOW" will be the stars who are involved. We won't give out the guest list but expect to see some very well known faces at ringside. The halftime show that is being produced by Hip Hop.com and the International Turntablist Federation promises to be just as star-studded as the nights fight action, featuring New York's Hip Hop dance legend Crazy Legs and the Rock Steady Crew and music's top DJs Apollo, Vin, and Ajaxx. In addition will be D'Wayne Wiggins, (Right) top neo-soul/R&B vocalist, composer, arranger and producer who will be headlining the halftime show.

Wiggins' career has taken him to the top of the music charts with platinum selling albums as a founding member of the legendary group Tony, Toni, Tone and recently with his solo debut "Eyes Never Lie," which included collaborations with Carlos Santana and Darius Rucker of Hootie and the Blowfish. Wiggins was responsible for originally signing multi-platinum artist Destiny's Child to Columbia records and has written and produced several songs for the group. An accomplished and sought after musician, songwriter, and producer, Wiggins has composed hits for Tony Toni Tone, Jody Watley, Tevin Campbell, Karyn White, Too Short, Lighter Shade of Brown, E-40, Richie Rich, and most recently Destiny's Child, India Arie, and Alicia Keys.

As a member of the Tonyies, Wiggins co-wrote movie tracks for "Boys in the Hood," "Beverly Hills Cop III," "The Mask," and "Panther." As a soloist, his soundtrack credits include songs for "Sugar Hill," "Men in Black," and the TV comedy hit "Living Single." He now adds Movie Producer to his list of titles, as Executive Producer for the feature film "Me & Mrs. Jones". The film is scheduled for release in 2002 and stars Brian White, Wandachristine, Victor Williams, and Kim Fields. Considered the creator of "neo-soul", Wiggins deftly combines classic soul vocals, a live band, and a distinct lack of studio-created sounds, making his on-stage performances very personal, unique experiences. His performance is going to be the highlight of United for the Children.





Shoni Carter



Matee Jedeepitak



Peter Kaljevic




Jenna Castillo



Wiggins

Net proceeds from United for the Children are being donated to the US Marine Corps' Toys for Tots Foundation and the The Twin Towers Orphan Fund. Toys for Tots has been a fixture in holiday charity for needy children since 1947. Although more recently founded, The Twin Towers Orphan Fund is a volunteer organization founded to support the orphaned children of the September 11th rescue workers and victims. All funds are being independently handled by the San Francisco CPA firm Shea, Labagh, Dobberstein.

Tickets for United for the Children are available through Bass and Tickets.com. Donations and sponsorships are also available via www.unitedforthechildren.com/sponsors.html or email sponsors@unitedforthechildren.com. There will be a registered press-only press conference and weigh-in the day before United for the Children. Press registrations are complimentary for qualified media representatives and gives you access to all events and the show floor. Contact monica@unitedforthechildren.com for more information.

For MORE info about this Great event and all involved, Click HERE!

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT MONICA ORTIZ
UsH! ENTERTAINMENT
MARKETING & PR (415) 643-9109 or by e-mail at; monica@unitedforthechildren.com. Marketing and Press; press@unitedforthechildren.com

www.unitedforthechildren.com




SUNDAY, December 9th, 2001, AT 9:00 AM PT


CLICK HERE!




MONDAY, December 3rd, 2001, AT 9:50 PM, PT


ACCLAIMED R&B STAR
D'WAYNE WIGGINS
HEADLINES CHILDREN'S BENEFIT UNITED FOR THE CHILDREN











Cung Le

San Francisco, CA -- December 3, 2001: D'Wayne Wiggins, (Right) top neo-soul/R&B vocalist, composer, arranger and producer, announced today he will be headlining the United for the Children half time show on Saturday, December 15, 2001 at the San Jose Event Center, San Jose, California.

"This is a terrific event that I am proud to be a part of," said Wiggins. "United for the Children is THE event that puts R&B, Hip Hop, and live martial arts at center stage. It also carries the important message that we care about our communities and our children during the holidays and all year."

Wiggins' career has taken him to the top of the music charts with platinum selling albums as a founding member of the legendary group Tony, Toni, Tone and recently with his solo debut "Eyes Never Lie," which included collaborations with Carlos Santana and Darius Rucker of Hootie and the Blowfish. Wiggins was responsible for originally signing multi-platinum artist Destiny's Child to Columbia records and has written and produced several songs for the group. An accomplished and sought after musician, songwriter, and producer, Wiggins has composed hits for Tony Toni Tone, Jody Watley, Tevin Campbell, Karyn White, Too Short, Lighter Shade of Brown, E-40, Richie Rich, and most recently Destiny's Child, India Arie, and Alicia Keys.

As a member of the Tonyies, Wiggins co-wrote movie tracks for "Boys in the Hood," "Beverly Hills Cop III," "The Mask," and "Panther." As a soloist, his soundtrack credits include songs for "Sugar Hill," "Men in Black," and the TV comedy hit "Living Single." He now adds Movie Producer to his list of titles, as Executive Producer for the feature film "Me & Mrs. Jones". The film is scheduled for release in 2002 and stars Brian White, Wandachristine, Victor Williams, and Kim Fields.

Considered the creator of "neo-soul", Wiggins deftly combines classic soul vocals, a live band, and a distinct lack of studio-created sounds, making his on-stage performances very personal, unique experiences. His performance is going to be the highlight of United for the Children.

"Having the support of artists like D'Wayne Wiggins is what this event is all about," said Cung Le, (Left) Martial Arts superstar and coordinator for United for the Children. "This is truly an event that brings together all the world of music, athletics, and Hollywood."

Benefiting the Marine Toys for Tots and the Twin Towers Orphan Fund, United for the Children will be a spectacular evening of live music, pyrotechnics, and world class martial arts as Cung Le challenges Shonie "Mr. International" Carter (Right) for the IKF World Title.

With the support of corporate giants including G-Up, Hyatt Hotels, and ClearChannel Wild 94.9 FM, United for the Children will be THE event of the Holiday Season. Tickets are available online with Tickets.com and Bass. More information about United for the Children is online at www.unitedforthechildren.com. or see this page on the IKF web: United for the Children.








Shonie Carter




THURSDAY, August 23rd, 2001, AT 9:00 AM PT

San Shou News From Coach
Shawn Liu


Dear Sanshou Fighters and Coaches;
This year, US Sanshou looks better than ever. The community is together for the promotion and growth of the Sanshou fights. We had many more Sanshou competitions held in this country from East coast to West coast. Many people have helped the growth of this Kungfu fights in the US, especially Jason Yee, Jash Bartholomew, Nick Scrima, Mike Altman, Scott Sheeley, John Wai, David Ross, Brent Hamby and Cung Le.

US Open International 2001 had some of the best Sanshou fights on this land. We had not only top fighters from US, Egypt, Iran, Italy, Poland, Columbia, Mexico, Peru, etc but also B and C division fighters who gave us much needed new blood. There were 89 tournament fighters plus 5 super bouts at the US Open International 2001.

The formation of the USA Sanshou-Kungfu Federation in Atlanta is a big step forward. The federation will provide the Sanshou fighters more interactive training and fights. We will have variety of regional competitions such as Southeast regional, Northeast Regional, Mid Atlantic Regional, Southwest regional and West-coast regional. We will also have all East and all West as well as East vs West and nationals. In the future competition, we will have not only amateurs but semi-pros and pro-fights. The USA Sanshou Kungfu Federation official website will be up running shortly. www.usaskf.org

China is set to host 2008 Olympics. We will have a great chance to be part of this game.. We need to be promote Kungfu-Wushu together to pave the way for that day to come, especially promote Sanshou in the US. China would very much like to put Sanshou/.Sanda on the Olympic world map. I firmly believe we will reach that goal.

The World Wushu Championship is close, we are in the preparation for Armenia. The team had a great training camp in Mobile, Alabama. We will have two more training sessions.
I would like to advise all our national team members and as well as other non- team fighters, especially A level fighters to join the following two training camps.

  1. San Jose Training Camp: This camp will be led by the Team Assistant Cung Le and team Captain Rudi Ott. It will be the first Week of September (1-8).
  2. Boston Training Camp: I will personally guide this training camp with Jason Yee who is one of the best trainer and coach for Sanshou in the US. This training camp will benefit fighters both national level and local level.

The following is the USA Sanshou/Sanda A Team for Armenia
Head Coach Shawn Liu
Trainer/Assistant Coach Jason Yee
Assistant Coach Cung Le
Team Members: Ray Neves, Rudi Ott (Captain) Max Chen, Santo Sotos (substitute for Elan Schwarts) and Albert Pope.

I just had a few days training with the 2nd US team which will be fighting in China. They had a great training. They all prepared to have a good fight in China. This is the first USA Sanshou Kungfu Federation contracted fighting series. We will train more fighters, certified coaches and judges to meet the demands in the Sanshou world which is growing so rapidly. Please keep up with our fighters in Shanghai, China. This Asian-televised fights will be watched by millions. Please visit www.ws.com.cn for fighting details.

The following is the US vs China Sanshou Team. This is the 2nd US vs China semi pro fights after the Arts of War in Hawaii. We will cooperate with China to promote Sanshou in the US and world wide.

Many of you are calling me about hosting our USA Sanshou - Kungfu Federation Sanshou Nationals before the end of the year. I am open for suggestions. We have a few possible sites. We may either cooperate with other tournaments or conduct Sanshou only tournament on our own. Please write me on that. Coach Shawn Liu




SUNDAY, July 22nd, 2001, AT 4:45 PM PT


USH!
Cung Le & SanShou
Rock The HOUSE In San Jose CA, USA!



Cung Le



Bob Wall



Sorry readers, but we we warned you.... If you wanted to see one of the Greatest San Shou Events Ever, you should have been at the West Valley College in San Jose, CA, USA last night, Saturday, July 21st! If you missed it, MAN! Did you miss it!

However, the 2,000 plus people who didn't miss it were witness to 8 IKF San Shou Title Bouts with some great San Shou exhibitions as well. This event was truly one of

"The Greatest Amateur San Shou Event in America!"

World Famous San Shou fighter Cung Le and his staff from UsH Entertainment feature the BEST Amateur San Shou Fighters from across the USA!

Le had some other World Famous stars in the house along with him on this night as well. In attendance was legendary martial arts star, Bob Wall (Left). For two decades Bob Wall was a force on the tournament circuit placing 1st or 2nd in every major karate championship from 1965 to 1972. He was also a member of the legendary quintet of Chuck Norris, Mike Stone, Joe Lewis, and Skipper Mullins sweeping the world professional titles for 1970, 71, & 72.

In addition to his championship career in the ring, he was also the only actor to appear in three Bruce Lee movies. His most notable role was as the evil O'Hara (Right) in "Enter The Dragon," one of Warner Brothers top ten grossing films of all time. He and Lee were very close friends; they shared a special bond that lasted until Lee's untimely death. To this day Mr. Wall speaks often and fondly of his departed friend. for more on Mr. Wall, click HERE!

Also in attendance was famous NHB Champion, Frank Shamrock (Right) and David Krapes of World Black Belt.com.

The main excitement happened in the ring though on this night and here's a look at the results of the nights Amateur San Shou Championship Action!


  1. IKF Amateur San Shou Middleweight West Coast Regional Title
    MAX CHEN (16-4, Cung Le, San Jose, CA, USA) defeated MATT CATELETA (4-2, Brent Hamby, EBM Kung-Fu Academy, Oakland, CA, USA) by unanimous decision.

  2. IKF Amateur San Shou Heavyweight Northern US Regional Title
    REY GARCIA (4-1, Reys Wing Chun Muay Thai, San Jose, CA, USA) defeated CODY FULLERTON (3-2, Scott Sheeley, Sheeley's Iron Tigers, Bellefontaine, Ohio, USA) by unanimous decision.

  3. IKF Amateur San Shou Cruiserweight U.S. Title
    JAMES COOPER (20-2/1, Houston Kickboxing, Houston, Texas, USA) defeated BRIAN MADIGAN (8-3/2, Brent Hamby, EBM Kung-Fu Academy, Oakland, CA, USA) by unanimous decision.

  4. IKF Amateur San Shou Middleweight U.S. Title *Defense
    KIMO RIGMADAN (8-2/2, Houston Kickboxing, Houston, Texas, USA) handed Champion *CHRIS OVERBEY (13-1-1/7, Scott Sheeley, Sheeley's Iron Tigers, Bellefontaine, Ohio, USA) his first loss by unanimous decision.

  5. IKF Amateur San Shou Super Welterweight U.S. Title
    SANTOS SOTO (10-2/4, Cung Le's USH! Fight Team, San Jose, CA, USA) defeated DOMINIC OLLHOFF (7-3/0, Scott Sheeley, Sheeley's Iron Tigers, Bellefontaine, Ohio, USA) by unanimous decision.

  6. IKF Amateur San Shou Light Welterweight U.S. Title
    ARMANDO RAMOS (Fairtex, San Francisco, CA, USA) was booked earlier in the week to face ALBERT POPE (13-0, Jason Ming Yee, Boston Sanshou Academy, Boston, MA, USA) Ramos had replaced ROBERT KING (Houston Kickboxing) who pulled out a couple weeks back. However, Ramos was a no show at the event after confirming he would be there for a specially scheduled late weigh-in. Since Ramos' no show was within 48 hours of the scheduled bout, Pope won the Title by forfeit.

  7. IKF Amateur San Shou Women's Bantamweight U.S. Title
    JENNA CASTILO (6-0, Cung Le's USH! Fight Team, San Jose, CA, USA) took advantage of KATIE MEEHAN's (4-2-1/1, 3-D Gym, Denver, Colorado, USA) lack of San Shou experience (First San Shou Bout) winning by TKO at 1:56 of round 2. Special Thank You to Katie though for filling in as an opponent for Castilo's former opponent who dropped out.

  8. IKF Amateur San Shou Light Heavyweight U.S. Title
    LEE KING (7-0, Mike Altman, Houston, Texas, USA) defeated ALLAN EGGBURT (15-4/3, Scott Sheeley, Sheeley's Iron Tigers, Bellefontaine, Ohio, USA) by TKO when Referee Dan Stell stopped the bout at 1:54 of round 3.

  9. Main Event: IKF Amateur San Shou Heavyweight U.S. Title
    MARVIN PERRY (23-1/7, Jason Ming Yee, Boston Sanshou Academy, Boston, MA, USA) defeated ADAM CALDWELL (6-4, Brent Hamby, Oakland, CA, USA) by TKO at :26 seconds of the 3rd round. Perry impressed everyone with the tremendous power he had in both his front and rear round kicks that seemed to rock Caldwell through his own gloves. The sudden stop by referee Marcos Rosalas was questioned by the crowd but if you were watching Caldwell's eyes up close at ringside, you wouldn't have questioned it at all. An 8 count instead could have been an option for Rosalas but Perry's hand combinations that were set up by his thunderous kicks told the story. Not to mention the fact that Caldwell was taking several unanswered punches at the end. Caldwell had a strong showing throughout the bout, but on this day, Perry had the edge in the end.

  10. IKF Amateur San Shou Light Heavyweight Regional Title
    NIMA NOURI (Brent Hamby, Oakland, CA, USA) was awarded his title by forfeit when his opponent Adam Ronyn of Houston Kickboxing didn't make the weight for the title. Instead, both did a 2 round exhibition to start the night off.


Lets don't forget the Special Exhibition by 2 Great Pro San Shou fighters. The nights star of course, Cung Le (Left) himself and his IKF Pro U.S. San Shou Champion student, Rudi Ott! The two thrilled the crowd with several dynamic San Shou throws mixed in with explosive kick and punch combinations in a quick but exciting 2 minute exhibition round. Great job in the youth Exhibition as well by Steffany Cornejo and Matt Dong of Cung Le's San Shou Club and of course, the Cung Le USH Demo Team.







Frank Shamrock



A Special Thanks to the event sponsors,

G-UP Energy Drink, World Black Belt.com, A-1 Fence, Oxy-Water, Discover Chiropractic, The Beauty Spot and Discoteca El Indito.

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For more info, please contact Mr. Cung Le and USH! ENTERTAINMENT at (408) 729-4900 or e-mail at CUNGLE@CUNGLE.COM.

You can also check out the Cung Le web site at: CungLe.com.




THURSDAY, July 19th, 2001, AT 5:30 PM PT


Cung Le & and UsH Entertainment Present...
"BORN TO FIGHT"
San Shou Shootout.. The Greatest San Shou Event Ever?



Cung Le


If your in San Jose, CA, USA this Saturday night, July 21st, you might want to drop in to witness what could very well be "The Greatest Amateur San Shou Event in America!"

World Famous San Shou fighter Cung Le (Left) and UsH Entertainment will feature the BEST Amateur San Shou Fighters in the USA to determine who truly is... "The BEST in the US!"

This event is the first of many planned by Le and his Promotional Team in San Jose CA, USA. This weekends event will feature 10 IKF San Shou Title Bouts. Of them, 7 will be US Titles and 3 Regional titles. Here's a "COMPLETE" rundown of the nights action...

  • Doors Open 7:00
  • UsH! Demo Team.
  1. IKF Amateur San Shou Light Heavyweight Regional Title
    LEE KING (Houston Kickboxing) vs. NIMA NOURI (TBA).

  2. IKF Amateur San Shou Middleweight Regional Title
    MAX CHEN (TBA) vs. MATT CATELETA (EBM Kung-Fu Academy)

  3. IKF Amateur San Shou Heavyweight Regional Title
    CODY FULLERTON (TBA) vs. REY GARCIA (Reys Wing Chun Muay Thai)

  4. IKF Amateur San Shou Cruiserweight U.S. Title
    BRIAN MADIGAN (EBM Kung-Fu Academy) vs. JAMES COOPER (Houston Kickboxing)

  5. Youth Exhibition: Steffany Cornejo VS Matt Dong.

  6. Intermission - Dog House Show

  7. IKF Amateur San Shou Middleweight U.S. Title
    KIMO RIGMADAN (Houston Kickboxing) vs. CHRIS OVERBEY (Sheeley's Iron Tigers)

  8. IKF Amateur San Shou Super Welterweight U.S. Title
    SANTOS SOTO (Cung Le's USH! Fight Team) vs. DOMINIC OLLHOFF (Sheeley's Iron Tigers)

  9. IKF Amateur San Shou Welterweight U.S. Title
    ROBERT KING (Houston Kickboxing) vs. ALBERT POPE (Boston Sanshou Academy)

  10. IKF Amateur San Shou Women's Featherweight U.S. Title
    JENNA CASTILO (Cung Le's USH! Fight Team) vs. KATIE MEEHAN (3-D Gym)

  11. Special Introductions: Bob Wall, Shamrock, Cung Le, and Coach Root

  12. Intermission

  13. IKF Amateur San Shou Light Heavyweight U.S. Title
    RAY NEVES (TBA) vs. ALLAN EGGBURT (Sheeley's Iron Tigers)

  14. Special Exhibition: Cung Le VS Rudi Ott.

  15. Main Event: IKF Amateur San Shou Heavyweight U.S. Title
    ADAM CALDWELL (TBA) vs. MARVIN PERRY (Boston Sanshou Academy)

The event will be held at the West Valley College in San Jose, California and will follow a daytime Tournament promoted by Le and his Promotional Team. For more info, please contact Mr. Cung Le and USH! ENTERTAINMENT at (408) 729-4900 or e-mail at CungLe@CungLe.COM. For more event info, you can also check out the Cung Le web site at: CungLe.com.







SATURDAY, May 26th, 2001, AT 5:30 PM PT


No San Shou At 2001 Nationals
IKF & Cung Le To Organize Separate San Shou National Tournament


After a discussion with San Shou Superstar Cung Le, the IKF has decided to drop the San Shou Division from the IKF/RINGSIDE National Amateur Tournament this September. Instead, the IKF and Cung Le are organizing a SEPARATE San Shou National Tournament that will be an Open Invitation Tournament. This event will be scheduled for sometime this fall.

This decision won't surprise many since at last years 2000 IKF/RINGSIDE National Amateur Tournament there were only 3 fighters registered to fight in the San Shou Division. Super Heavyweight Edward Harrington of Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania, USA was registered to fight but didn't face any competition in his weight class so he switched to International Rules. In that division, Harrington defeated Terrance Meehan of Quantico, Virginia, USA by TKO at :57 seconds of round 3 in his opening round bout but lost to Kurt Hasley of Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA by TKO at 1:25 of round 1. Hasley went on to be the 2000 National Amateur Champion and also, later won the IKF North American Amateur Super Heavyweight Title over Canada's Keith Crawford.

The other two San Shou fighters in the 2000 Tournament fought for the first ever, IKF National Amateur Tournament San Shou Title. In the Super Middleweight Division, Wayne Wilks, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA made history as he became the first ever to win an 2000 IKF/RINGSIDE National Amateur Tournament San Shou Title Bout. His victory came by an impressive HEAD KICK KO at :35 seconds of round 1 to Raymond Jenkins of Detroit, Michigan, USA.

As of now, Le is organizing a MEGA IKF Amateur San Shou Event that will feature 10 IKF U.S. Amateur San Shou Titles. The event "BORN TO FIGHT" is planned for July 21st 2001 at the West Valley College in San Jose, California, USA. However, this will not be an open invitation tournament. Instead, Le will be putting together the best known San Shou fighters in the USA to fight for the many vacant IKF Amateur San Shou U.S. Titles to establish a stronger IKF Amateur San Shou Rankings. At the event, Martial Arts Superstars Frank Shamrock and Bob Wall of Enter the Dragon Fame, will be in attendance.

How does Le know who's the best in the US? Keep in mind, were talking about a person who DOES know all the top San Shou Fighters and Trainers in the USA and many outside the USA as well. In addition, Le has also fought for years in the San Shou circuit as an amateur and a pro and better yet, he's won the titles to back up his knowledge of the sport.

Knowing this, the IKF appointed Le to the position of IKF World San Shou Director. This position was formally held by Tat Mau Wong of San Francisco CA, USA several years ago. However Wong never took the San Shou Division to any higher level so the IKF retired his position after only 1 year at the helm. Wong also use to promote fights in San Francisco but he stopped promoting several years ago to pursue other interest. Le brings new light to the IKF San Shou Division. At this position, Le will help the IKF direct their Amateur San Shou division throughout the World and also assist with the IKF Pro San Shou Division. However, being a pro San Shou fighter himself, his work in the Pro San Division will be limited to avoid any conflict of interest. Why?

Mainly because Le has expressed his great desire to fight for an IKF Pro San Shou Title in the very near future. The only thing that awaits him is a credible opponent and an event to stage it on. However, these issues may be solved very soon. Plans are well under way for a MAJOR EVENT that will feature an IKF World San Shou Title with Le. We'd like to tell you more, but we have to leave ya hangin for a short spell until this announcement becomes official. Don't worry though, you won't have to wait long...



TUESDAY, May 8th, 2001, AT 1:15 AM PT


Cung Le to Host
"BORN TO FIGHT"
Cung Le Sanshou Shootout


A Word From Cung Le
As the three time Captain of the US National Team and pioneer of the Sanshou style of Martial Arts fighting in this country, for nearly 5 years I have fostered the dream of presenting the ultimate amateur Sanshou Fight Tournament. A tournament that was true to the practice of martial arts fight techniques. Where young martial artists from around the world who train in all fight styles would come together once a year to learn, grow and compete against the best amateur fighters.

My dream of giving back to the sport and to nurture the growth of young martial artists is now a reality. On July 21st at West Valley College in San Jose, California the first annual "BORN TO FIGHT" Cung Le Sanshou Shootout will be held.

The Sanshou Shootout will be divided into two segments. The Day Segment will be an open tournament sanctioned by the newly formed USA Sanshou Federation. To encourage the development of future champions there will be a Children's and Juniors Division, a beginners division (with no head contract), as well as intermediate and advanced Sanshou divisions. The Night Segment will be a grand event never seen before in the amateur ranks - we call it Super Fight Night. On this night many of our country's top amateur fighters will compete in the ring for National Titles. The fights will be sanctioned by the IKF (International Kickboxing Federation) and will be a treat for those who desire to see future world champions in action. To cap off the evening, I will give an exciting exhibition of world class Sanshou with this year's captain of the US National Team and current IKF Pro San Shou Middleweight Champion - Rudi Ott.

To add to what promises to be a truly awesome event, Martial Arts Superstars Frank Shamrock and Bob Wall of Enter the Dragon Fame, will grace us with their presence. I would also like to extend a personal "Thank You" to my fellow founding members at World Black Belt.Com for their support. I look forward to seeing you at the
"BORN TO FIGHT"
Cung Le Sanshou Shootout!
Thank You,
Cung Le

BORN TO FIGHT SANSHOU SHOOTOUT
JULY 21st
SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA AT WEST VALLEY COLLEGE

TOURNAMENT: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Point Fighting, Advanced Sanshou Division, Beginners Sanshou Division, Modified Sanshou Division, Jr. Sanshou Division, Children's Sanshou Division

SUPER FIGHTS: 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
10 IKF TITLE FIGHTS
SPECIAL EXHIBITION FIGHT: CUNG LE vs RUDI OTT
SPECIAL GUESTS: FRANK SHAMROCK & BOB WALL

For more information and to Register for the Tournament, please call
USH! ENTERTAINMENT at (408) 729-4900
or e-mail us at CungLe@CungLe.com




WEDNESDAY, January 17th, 2001, AT 12:30 PM PT


PROTECTING "TRUE" SAN SHOU!


Special To The IKF
If you are in the New York area you might have heard about an event called "Team USA vs. Team China" being billed as "the best US San Shou fighters vs. the Beijing Institute professional San Shou team". Many believe that this event, being a professional San Shou event, is being promoted by Steve Ventura and David A Ross. They not only run one of the largest San Shou programs in the country, having trained two current national San Shou champions, but they are also one of the top promoters of San Shou including professional San Shou. However, they are NOT involved in this event. And they want the fighting community to know this.

This so called "Team USA vs. Team China" event is being promoted by a company called World Sport USA Inc., a promotion that not a single San Shou program in the United States has ever heard of before. The only thing that is accurate in their advertising so far has been that "Team China" is composed of the professional San Shou team from the Beijing Institute of Physical Culture. These five fighters are all professional, full time San Shou fighters and each have over 40 fights. They may in fact be China's best. So the obvious question is why aren't they facing the best US San Shou fighters?

Until the next official, IWUF recognized, US team trials take place this May the only official "Team USA" is the team that went to the 5th World San Shou Championships in Hong Kong in November 1999. This team includes Cung Le (R- ISKA Pro San Shou Champion), Rudi Ott (IKF Pro San Shou Champion), Al Loriaux, Josh Bartholomew and Chinu Ly. Of these fighters, only Josh Bartholomew is reited, yet not a single one of these fighters is taking part in the World Sport USA event. Clearly, "Team USA" is NOT taking part in this event as advertised.

In the United States, there are also a number of former amatuer San Shou champions who have turned professional. While they are not the official "Team USA" they are certainly members of the nation's best San Shou fighters fraternity. These fighters include Dan Garrett, Mike Altman, Scott Sheeley and Marvin Perry. However, none of these fighters are taking part in the event either!

The event is taking place in New York City. New York City also happens to be the home of several professional fighters who, while their primary style is not San Shou, have indeed fought San Shou style and would be worthy opponents. Moti Horenstein is a professional Muay Thai fighter who also has excellent grappling skills. Peter Kaljivic has fought against members of the Chinese team in China before and has fought under shootboxing rules which are very similar to San Shou. Tom Battone is the USKBA world champion and has a San Shou background. Billy Maysonett is a Muay Thai fighter who has fought in several pro San Shou matches in NYC and is a well known fighter. However, none of these fighters in involved either.

Finally, while the Beijing team is clearly professional, it has not been unheard of for amatuer fighters to face professional fighters in San Shou events. However, once again, the fact is that the nation's best amateurs are not taking part in the event either! The current national amateur champions include Ejovi Nuwere, Albert Pope, Robert Shultz, Robert Franshier, James Cooper, Adam Resnick, Marvin Perry (who won the amatuers a record 5 times and then turned pro) and Adam Caldwell. NONE are involved in the event.

Who is on the team that World Sport USA is calling "Team USA"? Who are these fighters they are calling the best San Shou fighters? Apparently they are students of one of the promoters! In addition, they appear to be people who have never even fought in a San Shou event! So, don't let World Sport USA tell you that they are putting the nation's best San Shou fighters on their card. Don't support an event that so clearly thumbs their nose at both the fighters and the public.



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