Raymond Daniels was five years old when his black-belt father began teaching him the art of Kenpo Karate. It was the beginning of a long, hard road that saw the younger Daniels earn his own black belt seventeen years later.
Consistently the top-ranked karate fighter in the USA, Daniels has won every national and international title and tournament worth mentioning, usually more than once. Many American fight fans know Daniels for his run in Chuck Norris’ World Combat League, a full-contact fight promotion, which had some of the USA’s best martial artists on its roster.
A lifelong martial artist, Daniels’ unique style and extensive experience make him a very challenging opponent for his opponents. His timing and power are legendary among his fellow karate fighters and his numerous knockouts by way of spinning-kick have made him a firm fan favorite.