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The strongest last karate (video)

For the first time in a Japanese film, the world-famous Kyokushin Karate was filmed as it toured the world. That is “The strongest last karate.” The film’s climax is the 2nd World Karate Championship, which was said to be difficult for a Japanese fighter to win due to the entry of Willie, the Bear Killer. These men, who have been training hard to reach the pinnacle of Kyokushin, which counts 15 million people, put their lives on the line in a clash of bodies with sparks. This is a masterpiece of karate cinema in the history of documentary cinema. This is a trailer, but please watch it. 

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