Posted in Uncategorized on April 16, 2015 by chadallensfightclub

Bill Wallace Final 2

All-Nite productions (Chad Allen, Marty Knight) is very proud to welcome Bill Wallace to the town of Williamston S.C. We expect a great time with a great champion! Please make sure to reserve your space today! space will be limited and first come first serve.


Bill “Superfoot” Wallace retired as the undefeated Professional Karate Association (PKA) Middleweight Champion after defeating Robert Biggs in a 12-round bout in June 1980. The victory, his 23rd straight, signaled an end to an illustrious fifteen year career in tournament and full contact fighting.  Known to the karate world as Superfoot, symbolic of his awesome left leg, which was once clocked in excess of 60 mph, Superfoot left a string of battered and bruised bodies along the martial arts fighting trail.  He used his foot as others would use their hands, faking opponents with two or three rapid kicks and following with one solid knockout technique. His power, speed and precision were astounding.  Superfoot, a 5’10”, native of Portland, Indiana began studying karate in February 1967 after suffering a right leg injury in a judo accident. The injury left him without the use of his leg in karate competition. Some observers said that Superfoot was committing martial arts suicide. However, Wallace had other ideas. For the next several years, Superfoot dominated the point-tournament circuit.

As a national champion point fighter three years in a row, Superfoot captured virtually every major event on the tournament circuit. The more prestigious victories included: the U.S. Championships (three times), and the Top Ten Nationals (two times). Bill Wallace was such a dominant figure in the world of martial arts that Black Belt Magazine, the bible of industry publications, named him to its Hall of Fame three times in seven years—twice as “Competitor of the Year” and once as “Man of the Year”.  Bill Wallace has additionally received numerous Hall of Fame honors from around the globe. Century Martial Arts has bestowed upon him a Lifetime Achievement Award along with taping a video series, simply entitled “Legends.” It has been noted that Superfoot is undeniably one of the ten most deadly men in the world.

In 1973, Superfoot, whose education includes a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Ball State University and a master’s degree (1976) in kinesiology from Memphis State University, suffered what many considered to be a career-ending injury.  However, one of his friends, the late Elvis Presley, moved Superfoot into Graceland and called upon a renowned acupuncturist from Los Angeles to treat his friend.  The result was simply amazing.

A year later, Bill Wallace, turned professional and captured the PKA middle weight karate championship with a second-round knockout (hook kick) of West German Bernd Grothe in Los Angeles. He relinquished the crown in 1980, undefeated and respected around the world.

Despite his retirement, Bill Wallace, continues to be one of the martial arts most popular figures.  He is the author of three books: Karate: Basic Concepts & Skills, Dynamic Kicking and Stretching, and The Ultimate Kick.  He additionally has a series of videos which continue to be very much in demand. All are considered staples for the serious martial artist.

A former member of the President’s Council on Physical Fitness, Bill Wallace, has also been active in the film industry.  His credit’s include: A Force of One with Chuck Norris; Kill Point, with Cameron Mitchell; Continental Divide and Neighbors with John Belushi; The Protector with Jackie Chan; A Prayer for the Dying with Mickey Rourke; Ninja Turf; and A Sword of Heaven, among others.  Mr. Wallace has close to twenty films under his “black belt” and continues to be involved in the entertainment industry.

Bill Wallace currently resides in South Florida where he lives with his wife and four dogs. He remains active in conducting seminars around the world, and has schools both in the United States and across the globe.  He remains very much in demand for public appearances, seminars and films.

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Pictures from Ocean State Grand Nationals 2015

Posted in Uncategorized on April 14, 2015 by chadallensfightclub

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CAFC Sunday Update Ocean State Nationals

Posted in Uncategorized on April 13, 2015 by chadallensfightclub

underbelt competition closed out the Ocean State Nationals today. Lucas Allen won 1st place in sparring in a very large and competitive division. Kinsley Allen won 2nd in sparring in a equally large division. Both of them increased their lead in NASKA points.

Ocean State Nationals Saturday Update

Posted in Uncategorized on April 11, 2015 by chadallensfightclub

CAFC had a great day of competition in Rhode Island at the Ocean State Nationals. Blake Spence brought home second place in a very competitive division. Bryant Newsome won third place. Trent Spence won third. Hunter Allen placed fourth. All of our juniors fought like true champions. All gain valuable points toward our NASKA World Curcuit. It is a very impressive showing for an entire Black Belt team to all place in such a large scale tournament. 

Chad Allen placed third. Chad fought Team Paul Mitchell’s Gerald Dawson in a overtime sudden death match. Gerald is a multi World champion and a living legend from the North East. Marty Knight won the 60 and over fighting in an impressive victory.  

Tomorrow will be underbelt competition. We have Lucas Allen and Kinsley Allen ready to shine. We will update as we get results! Stay tuned!


Ocean State Nationals, Warwick, Rhode Island update!

Posted in Uncategorized on April 11, 2015 by chadallensfightclub

CAFC is off to a great start in Rhode Island at the NASKA Ocean State Nationals. Bryant Newsime kicked off the night with a first place finish in continuous fighting. Then Lucas Allen followed up with first place in his continuous division. Hunter Allen, Blake Spence, and Trent Spence fought their first three man team fight of the year. They had a third place finish. 

CAFC has the chance to win Five Black Belt divisions tomorrow. Then we have two more events on Sunday. Keep up with updates everyday on this site.







CAFC Tops NASKA World Rankings

Posted in Uncategorized on April 6, 2015 by chadallensfightclub

NASKA World Rankings Released Today! 

Chad Allen 1st Place +800

Hunter Allen 3rd Place -1000

Bryant Newsome 4th Place -1400

We are looking good so far! We still need Trent and Blakes points entered to see where they rank but impressive start.

Under Belt rankings still not released. We have to wait to see where Lucas Alken, Kinsley Allen, Gregory Rowe, and Kimber Bentley rank. Will keep you posted! 

Rhode Island here we come!


Here we go to Rhode Island

Posted in Uncategorized on April 6, 2015 by chadallensfightclub

CAFC will have our national competition team headed to Warwick Rhode Island. Stay tuned for updates throughout th weekend.



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