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Tarek Gabali VS Rob Withers
@ 170 – Tarek Gabali W via Ref stoppage due to unanswered
blows rd 1 (4:02)
Tarek caught a solid body kick for a takedown, immediately controlled the pace with excellent side ......
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B.J. Penn

Jay Dee "B.J." Penn (born December 13, 1978 in Kailua, Hawaii) is an American professional mixed martial arts fighter and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner who is currently the Ultimate Fighting Championship Lightweight Champion.

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Georges "Rush" St.-Pierre
(born May 19, 1981),
often referred to as
GSP[1] , is a French-
Canadian mixed martial arts

About Sensei Peterec

Biography of a Successful Southpaw   

  Stan Peterec started his martial arts journey at age 15 when he took up shotokan karate under the guidance of Jim MacDonald, a sensei who taught in a small logging and fishing town on Canada’s Vancouver Island. Observing how much his disciple had advanced during a few short years, MacDonald encouraged him to move to a bigger city so he could expand his martial arts horizons.

Peterec journeyed south to Victoria, British Columbia, and continued his shotokan training under Lindon Bateson. By age 18, Peterec was working as a bouncer at some of the roughest nightclubs in town. He supplemented his martial arts education by attending seminars conducted by Benny Urquidez and Bill Wallace. In fact, it was those men’s teachings that inspired Peterec to try his hand at kickboxing.

He launched his ring career by winning a local toughman tournament, but one thing about the experience disturbed him: He saw that he needed to improve his punching skills. Peterec investigated several fighting arts but then realized that he needed to look no further than Western boxing.

He credits Jack Noesgar and Wally Petrovic for raising his boxing skills to a professional level, and Ali Babri for helping him to learn Grappling/Judo/Jujitsu, and to this day he claims the pugilistic art is all anyone really needs for self-defense.

Sensei Peterec has wanted to own his own martial arts school since the age of 15. He is a well-experienced and knowledgable instructor. Stan "The Steamer" Peterec has an extensive background in competitve kickboxing and karate, earning several titles:

  • Canadian Super Welterweight Kickboxing Champion, 1986
  • WKA World Junior Middleweight Champion, 1987-88
  • Canadian Representative, World Savate Championships, 1989
  • WKA World Middleweight Karate Champion, 1994-95
    Sensei Peterec has trained with a variety of instructors and competitors and brings this knowledge to his students. Sensei Peterec's training includes:
    • Israeli Special Forces
    • Vladimir Vasilev - SPETZNAZ Russian Special Forces
    • Allied Special Forced
    • Jim Harrison - Navy SEAL Instructor
    • L.A.P.D. SWAT Team
    • Frank Shamrock - UFC Champion
    • Maurice Smith - Heavyweight Kickboxing Champion
    • Tony Blauer - Military Tactics Expert
    • Oleg Taktarov - Russian Sambo Champion
    • Bill "Superfoot" Wallace
    • Benny "The Jet" Urquidez
    • Donny Lalonde - World Lightweight Boxing Champion


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