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Self defense is serious business, but funny karate jokes and humorous one-liners are not. So every once in a while take a break from the more traditional karate lesson, read and share a comical karate story with us.

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Recently I met yet another very skilled martial artist about the same age as myself, and we began discussing the different styles and techniques that come from the various cultures of the world, and the pros and cons of each. 

While we were in agreement that all warfare is deception, we did not see eye to eye on which style is the most deceptive.

"You can't even see a ninja coming, with his full body & face black uniform coming at you under the cover of darkness- there's nothing more deceptive than that!", he boasted.

With my best serene Zen-like-Buddha gaze I replied, "Judo-nt know if they got a gun, Judo-nt know if they got a knife, Judo-nt know if they are-"{at which point he punched me in the face} LOL

On the way to a karate tournament ,  a Karate Masters car battery dies and leaves him stranded in the streets. He pulls out his jumper cables, wraps them around his neck and walks into a bar looking for help.

Self defense is serious business, but funny karate jokes and humorous one-liners are not. So every once in a while take a break from the more traditional karate lesson, read and share a comical karate story with us.

Add your amusing karate joke, quote or one-liner at the bottom of the page. You just may be rewarded with a coveted spot on this website (you weren't expecting prize money were you?)

Recently I met yet another very skilled martial artist about the same age as myself, and we began discussing the different styles and techniques that come from the various cultures of the world, and the pros and cons of each. 

While we were in agreement that all warfare is deception, we did not see eye to eye on which style is the most deceptive.

"You can't even see a ninja coming, with his full body & face black uniform coming at you under the cover of darkness- there's nothing more deceptive than that!", he boasted.

With my best serene Zen-like-Buddha gaze I replied, "Judo-nt know if they got a gun, Judo-nt know if they got a knife, Judo-nt know if they are-"{at which point he punched me in the face} LOL

On the way to a karate tournament ,  a Karate Masters car battery dies and leaves him stranded in the streets. He pulls out his jumper cables, wraps them around his neck and walks into a bar looking for help.

The following surreal scene took place at the Beijing Olympics on August 22, 2008. Cuban taekwondo fighter Angel Matos was battling Arman Chilmanov for a shot at the Bronze medal. Matos was actually leading on points (3 to 2) but hurt his toe, thus the contest was stopped.

See, the Olympics’ procedure for these kind of incidents is to allow an injured fighter one minute of recovery. The official doctor checked on Matos’ injury, but the Cuban seemingly wanted to recover for a bit more. Bad idea. After the reglementary minute, the referee harshly disqualified Matos, who was not pleased, to say the least…

Matos, upset by the disqualification, immediately got backed up and started to lose his temper. Mato’s trainer then stepped on the tatami to contest the referee’s decision. Matos pretends to leave the scene… only to come back and throw a violent kick to the referee’s face, OUT OF NOWHERE.

The pissed off Cuban fighter then shoves another official, before his trainer breaks up the altercation. Witnessing an athlete lose his temper is not an uncommon sight, but few athletes have ever crossed the line in such a violent way. Matos, as well as his trainer, have unsurprisingly been banned for life from taekwondo competition.

Matos’ kick to the referee remains one of the most violent and insane scenes in the history of any sport. The Olympics are supposed to promote fair-play and sportsmanship, not the kind of behavior the Cuban fighter exhibited on that day.

About the author: Reda is an MMA and soccer nerd who spends way too much time watching fights, anime and TV series. He is also a self-declared chef and kind of a procrastination connoisseur.




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