Ryan George

Team: Dojo Elite – Power

Date of Birth: May 17, 1990

Style: Kuro Bushi Kai Karate Do Kempo

Specialty: Point Fighting

Hometown: New Orleans, LA

Location: New Orleans, LA

Experience: 26 Years


Ryan "RPG" George is an explosive point fighter known for his kicking skills. He is a multiple-time world champion who is known for fighting with passion and intensity. In addition to competing, he inspires young martial artists as the Senior Instructor at FutureKick Martial Arts and Fitness of New Orleans. His teaching has international reach as he often teaches private lessons and seminars.

George also holds a bachelor's degree in health and exercise science and is the owner and chief executive officer of The Motivation22 Enterprise, a martial arts-based fitness company. The enthusiasm that George displays through his teaching and competitive endeavors set a good example for martial artists everywhere.

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