David Croft

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  • Bill ‘Superfoot’ Wallace gets his copy of Food for Thought.

    Bill Wallace received his copy of Food for Thought following a recent seminar in Cornwall. Despite being 65 Wallace continues to travel the world showcasing his skills. He won 23 consecutive professional fights between 1974 and 1980, becoming the Professional Karate Association middleweight world full-contact karate champion and retiring undefeated. He was known for his fast left leg kicks, especially his roundhouse kick and his hook kick which was clocked at about 60 mph. He focused on his left leg because of a Judo-related injury to his right knee, using the right leg primarily as a base.

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