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    Quote Originally Posted by platypus View Post
    Batikan Raymond Tobosa and his brother trained with Villabrille. That could be what you are referring to?

    Mahalo for that answer. Are there any Bahalana Schools in Hawaii ?

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    Default Bahala Na in Hawaii?

    Not AFAIK, but I'd heard that Dexter Labonog has a student who lives in Hawaii. I don't know who that might be, and whether he teaches. I have not spoken with Dexter in quite some time, so I'm rather out of the loop.

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    Aloha, there was an article about the late Snookie Sanchez awhile back. I surfed the web about him to see what style he learned and taughted but nothings coming up about his style, just how great he was. It just came to me that my good friend mentioned his name several years ago when he was training in KenKaBo under the late Professor Sid Asuncion. An instructor that learned from Snookie, Ian Beltran I believe according to the web was a direct student of Snookie. I also tried surfing for Ian Beltran and found that he teaches at O2 Matial Arts Academy in Aiea, Hawaii. Anyway, I am interested in learning the history for self knowledge of FMA in Hawaii. Mahalo FMA Brothers

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    Quote Originally Posted by junior eskrimador View Post
    Aloha, there was an article about the late Snookie Sanchez awhile back. I surfed the web about him to see what style he learned and taughted but nothings coming up about his style, just how great he was. It just came to me that my good friend mentioned his name several years ago when he was training in KenKaBo under the late Professor Sid Asuncion. An instructor that learned from Snookie, Ian Beltran I believe according to the web was a direct student of Snookie. I also tried surfing for Ian Beltran and found that he teaches at O2 Matial Arts Academy in Aiea, Hawaii. Anyway, I am interested in learning the history for self knowledge of FMA in Hawaii. Mahalo FMA Brothers
    I worked out with Snookie in Waipahu in the 70's. He trained in San Francisco with Grandmaster Ben Largusa in the late 60's.
    GT C. Siangco

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    If I remember correctlly, the Bahala Na student is Alex, Im not sure of his last name or if he is teaching. Met him once at the Tobosa class, nice guy!

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    Default Pat Amantiad's school?

    anybody knows when pat amantiad's school trains? i think his school is called "Hawaii Filipino Martial arts school".

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    I can check with a few guys and see if I can get the hours.
    I think they are still on Beretania.

    Im not how current this site is but perhaps the phone numbers still work.

    http://escrima.freeservers.com/hfmas/
    Last edited by robertlk808; 10-25-2007 at 07:43 PM. Reason: add hyperlink.

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    Mchief C. Siangco, Mahalo for the input.

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    Just came back from vacation from Hawaii. My son and I got to compete the Pedoy's tourney "Pacific Islands Showdown II". It was great lots of local talent. Got a chance to meet up with old friends and make new friends. Great hospitality from Ray (Bandalan DP) and Greg808 (Pedoy's Escrima). If anyone goes to Hawaii for vacation or to compete, the local hospitality is awesome. They (we) treat everyone with respect and show what Hawaiian hospitality is, 100% respect and grinds. I had a chance to have lunch with Greg808 and one other pedoy student, great grinds at Thelma's Filipino Food in Waipahu, Hawaii.

    FMA in Hawaii is growing and it's there with great talent. Just to point a few there are 2 Maui fighter that will be going to the WEKAF Nationals and 2 2006 WEKAF Invational fighters that placed.

    Mahalo

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    FYI:
    I know this isnt FMA related but just in case others are interested Olelo also has programs on the following:

    11/13/2007 6:30:00 PM Kempo Karate Martial arts instruction.
    11/13/2007 7:00:00 PM Fighters' Club TV #54 Mixed martial arts sports news magazine.
    11/13/2007 8:30:00 PM 50th State Judo Assoc.:
    Aiea Hongwanji Judo Tournament 50th State Judo Association judo tournaments and seminars.
    11/14/2007 25th Anniversary hawaii Okinawa Karate-Do Shudokan Part 2 Martial Arts (Karate)

    Just adjust the times and you can view it online at:
    http://olelo.granicus.com/ASX.php?pu...o.granicus.com

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