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Template:Pov-check Daniel "Tiger" Schulmann is a retired Martial Arts fighter, considered to be an icon of the discipline.

Biography Edit

Schulmann began training in the martial arts as a child in New York and has trained and competed throughout the continental United States, Hawaii, and internationally in Japan and Israel.

After completing his career as a fighter, Tiger Schulmann opened his first Tiger Schulmann's Karate location in New York. He gives weekly instruction to over 100 black-belt MMA teachers at his company headquarters in Elmwood Park, NJ.

Professional career Edit

  • Schulmann was the North American Mas Oyama Full-Contact Karate Champion for six consecutive years (1979–1984), an accomplishment still unequaled today.
  • In 1979, he was also the United States representative in the World Open Full-Contact Karate Championships in Tokyo, Japan. He was the youngest and lightest fighter, and one of only eight fighters chosen nationwide.
  • Winner of more than 100 competitions.
  • Received national recognition for his "proven recipe of success on the street” and has been featured in:

Tiger Schulmann's Mixed Martial Arts Edit

Tiger Schulmann's Mixed Martial Arts (formerly known as Tiger Schulmann's Karate) is known as the largest MMA training school in the United States, with over 47 schools in five states.

At TSMMA, students are taught self-defense, including submission wrestling, and kickboxing.

The company is headquartered in Elmwood Park, NJ.

Check out their website at [1]

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