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if you are reading this, you care about the future of sport karate. What is wrong with sport karate, and why we are not legitimized? Here is what we can do about it.

The first thing to address is the bias from judges in the sport and replace it with a process that can be more objective and accountable. Certain teams and individuals have won multiple times, which inherently, will give judges increased consideration without merit to those certain teams or individuals. Is it really the talent and execution or it’s the name on the back of the uniform or belt? We are seeking to be the catalyst for change in this process. By striping down all the things that can create unnecessary bias, we have a competition that aims to be the most merit-based process, unlike anything done before.

Second, we don’t pay our athletes like they are professionals. They should be able to make a living bettering themselves, their craft, and the overall sport. If we don’t pay the athletes, how can we expect people to take our sport seriously?

We are putting all promoters on notice… No more bias judges. The power is going back to the people. Kage nation will vote and decide who is the best. We are going to pay Kage Athletes, to put pressure on others promoters to do the same.

We are going to take over the sport and set a precedent that will supersedes all competitions.

 

if you are reading this, you care about the future of sport karate.What is wrong with sport karate, and why we are not legitimized? Here is what we can do about it.

The first thing to address is the bias from judges in the sport and replace it with a process that can be more objective and accountable. Certain teams and individuals have won multiple times, which inherently, will give judges increased consideration without merit to those certain teams or individuals. Is it really the talent and execution or it’s the name on the back of the uniform or belt? We are seeking to be the catalyst for change in this process. By striping down all the things that can create unnecessary bias, we have a competition that aims to be the most merit-based process, unlike anything done before.

Second, we don’t pay our athletes like they are professionals. They should be able to make a living bettering themselves, their craft, and the overall sport. If we don’t pay the athletes, how can we expect people to take our sport seriously?

We are putting all promoters on notice… No more bias judges. The power is going back to the people. Kage nation will vote and decide who is the best. We are going to pay Kage Athletes, to put pressure on others promoters to do the same.

We are going to take over the sport and set a precedent that will supersedes all competitions.

 

if you are reading this, you care about the future of sport karate.What is wrong with sport karate, and why we are not legitimized? Here is what we can do about it.

The first thing to address is the bias from judges in the sport and replace it with a process that can be more objective and accountable. Certain teams and individuals have won multiple times, which inherently, will give judges increased consideration without merit to those certain teams or individuals. Is it really the talent and execution or it’s the name on the back of the uniform or belt? We are seeking to be the catalyst for change in this process. By striping down all the things that can create unnecessary bias, we have a competition that aims to be the most merit-based process, unlike anything done before.

Second, we don’t pay our athletes like they are professionals. They should be able to make a living bettering themselves, their craft, and the overall sport. If we don’t pay the athletes, how can we expect people to take our sport seriously?

We are putting all promoters on notice… No more bias judges. The power is going back to the people. Kage nation will vote and decide who is the best. We are going to pay Kage Athletes, to put pressure on others promoters to do the same.

We are going to take over the sport and set a precedent that will supersedes all competitions.

 

if you are reading this, you care about the future of sport karate.What is wrong with sport karate, and why we are not legitimized? Here is what we can do about it.

The first thing to address is the bias from judges in the sport and replace it with a process that can be more objective and accountable. Certain teams and individuals have won multiple times, which inherently, will give judges increased consideration without merit to those certain teams or individuals. Is it really the talent and execution or it’s the name on the back of the uniform or belt? We are seeking to be the catalyst for change in this process. By striping down all the things that can create unnecessary bias, we have a competition that aims to be the most merit-based process, unlike anything done before.

Second, we don’t pay our athletes like they are professionals. They should be able to make a living bettering themselves, their craft, and the overall sport. If we don’t pay the athletes, how can we expect people to take our sport seriously?

We are putting all promoters on notice… No more bias judges. The power is going back to the people. Kage nation will vote and decide who is the best. We are going to pay Kage Athletes, to put pressure on others promoters to do the same.

We are going to take over the sport and set a precedent that will supersedes all competitions.

 

if you are reading this, you care about the future of sport karate.What is wrong with sport karate, and why we are not legitimized? Here is what we can do about it.

The first thing to address is the bias from judges in the sport and replace it with a process that can be more objective and accountable. Certain teams and individuals have won multiple times, which inherently, will give judges increased consideration without merit to those certain teams or individuals. Is it really the talent and execution or it’s the name on the back of the uniform or belt? We are seeking to be the catalyst for change in this process. By striping down all the things that can create unnecessary bias, we have a competition that aims to be the most merit-based process, unlike anything done before.

Second, we don’t pay our athletes like they are professionals. They should be able to make a living bettering themselves, their craft, and the overall sport. If we don’t pay the athletes, how can we expect people to take our sport seriously?

We are putting all promoters on notice… No more bias judges. The power is going back to the people. Kage nation will vote and decide who is the best. We are going to pay Kage Athletes, to put pressure on others promoters to do the same.

We are going to take over the sport and set a precedent that will supersedes all competitions.