Martial Arts Supershow

We hope you enjoy this collection of informal cellphone photos taken at the 2019 Martial Arts SuperShow, put on by the Martial Arts Industry Association.

Enjoy these behind-the-scenes cellphone photos from the 2019 Martial Arts SuperShow, organized annually by the Martial Arts Industry Association.


Michael Jai White confers with George Chung of CombatGo TV.

The Black Belt booth — the source for free magazines and big discounts!

The ever-popular Bill "Superfoot" Wallace.

Carlos Machado, member of the renowned Brazilian jiu-jitsu family.

Superstar Mackensi Emory.

Joe Corley, founder of the Battle of Atlanta.

YouTube sensation and wing chun authority Master Wong.

Pat Johnson and his lovely wife Sue.

XMA founder Mike Chat hamming it up on the Black Belt photo set.

Harry of Black Belt Principles.

Aikido master Guillermo Gomez in a Black Belt photo shoot.

Photos by Robert W. Young

For more information about next year's Martial Arts SuperShow, click here.

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