Canadian martial artists

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  1. Canadian aikidoka

    Canadian aikidoka

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  2. Canadian boxers

    Canadian boxers

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  3. Canadian practitioners of Brazilian jiu-jitsu 3 views

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  4. Canadian judoka

    Canadian judoka

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  5. Canadian jujutsuka

    Canadian jujutsuka

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  6. Canadian karateka

    Canadian karateka

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  7. Canadian kickboxers

    Canadian kickboxers

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  8. Canadian mixed martial artists

    Canadian mixed martial artists

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  9. Canadian Muay Thai practitioners 7 views

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  11. Canadian taekwondo practitioners

    Canadian taekwondo practitioners

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  12. Canadian wrestlers

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  13. Canadian wushu practitioners

    Canadian wushu practitioners

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  1. Trish Stratus

    Trish Stratus


    Patricia Anne Stratigeas (/strætɨˈəs/; born December 18, 1975) is a Canadian semi-retired professional wrestler, former fitness model, fitness guru, actress and television personality, better known by her stage name and former ring name Trish Stratus. She is best known for her tenure with WWE, who hail Stratus as one of the greatest women's competitors of all time and ultimately she is known as the greatest WWE diva of all time.

  2. Nathaniel Arcand

    Nathaniel Arcand


    Nathaniel Arcand (born November 13, 1971) is a Native Canadian actor. He was raised in Edmonton, Alberta. He is Nēhilawē (Plains Cree), from the Alexander First Nation Reserve. Essential supports throughout his life are Nathaniel's mother and his great grandparents. Nathaniel has one daughter, Trisha, and two sons, Jaden and Griffen.

  3. Masami Tsuruoka

    Masami Tsuruoka


    Masami Tsuruoka (鶴岡政己 Tsuruoka, January 12, 1929 – October 10, 2014) O.Ont was a Japanese Canadian karate instructor and practitioner recognized as "The Father of Canadian Karate" by Black Belt Magazine. Although mainly responsible for establishing the Chito-ryu style in Canada, Tsuruoka is also known as founder of his own karate style known as Tsuruoka Ryu. Masami Tsuruoka kept Chito-ryu karate before the Canadian public from 1958 to 1968, through newspaper articles, magazine articles, and frequent public appearances, demonstrations and exhibitions across Canada. Tsuruoka formed the National Karate Association of Canada (presently called Karate Canada) in 1964, followed by the Tsuruoka Karate-do Federation in 1979. Tsuruoka was appointed a member of the Order of Ontario in 1998 for his significant contribution to martial arts.

  4. Perry William Kelly

    Perry William Kelly


    Perry William Kelly is a Canadian-born martial arts/defensive tactics instructor, lawyer and writer best known for his books and articles about the combative arts.

  5. Joe Eigo

    Joe Eigo

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    Joe Eigo (born February 19, 1980) is a Canadian stunt performer.

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