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"Superfoot" Wallace, a pioneer that retired undefeated.

Bill "Superfoot" Wallace was one of the true pioneers of Full Contact Karate and Kickboxing. He was a star of kickboxing from 1974 to 1980.

His record: 23 wins (12 KOs), 0 losses, 0 draw

Wallace's first Full Contact Kickboxing bouts were at the Los Angeles Sports Arena on September 14th 1974. It was billed as the first international championship of full-contact, organized by the PKA (Professional Karate Association).

Wallace defended his title 11 times over the next 5 years.

Black Belt magazine named Bill to its Hall of Fame three times in seven years, Twice as "Competitor of the Year" and once as "Man of the Year." Wallace appeared in numerous films and tv shows over the years and is a legend in Karate and Kickboxing.



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