Martial Arts View is the number one source for martial arts coverage on New York City cable. Currently seen on NYC Cablecast, and internationally via web simulcast, Martial Arts View is the most comprehensive show of its kind featuring the most dynamic martial arts from the tri-sate area.

Join hosts Jim Leporati and Lynette Calabrese as they explore the world of martial arts every week on Martial Arts View!

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1. In Memoriam We here at Martial Arts View all mourn the loss of our good friend and brother martial artist James Cama who passed away in Brooklyn, NY recently. Sifu Cama was a truly a "martial artist's martial artist," who attained high levels of skill in arts as diverse as Goju Ryu, Fut Sao Wing Chun and Southern Praying Mantis. Our deepest condolences go out to his friends and family. The loss of such a unique individual diminishes us all. He will be deeply missed.


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Southern Praying Mantis Boxing is a devastatingly efficient "short-hand" system from Southern China. With an arsenal of techniques and movement strategies designed to overcome everyone from the street-brawler to the expert, tuition in this exotic art is very hard to come by--until now that is! Join us as Sifu James Cama explains the theories, concepts and combat applications behind the Mantis style in a rare interview. [Preview Episode] [View Episode]


Remembrance of Things Past, Pt. 1 What has happened to martial arts training in the last 30 years? How has it changed? Where is it all going? For this episode, we asked those questions and others to a diverse international panel of martial experts (including Sifu James Cama, Sensei Ged Moran and Sensei Ali Abdul-Karim) representing a variety of styles to get their insights. Equal parts personal recollection, training diary, philosophical journey and oral history, this episode establishes the new genre of the "martial memoir." Compelling viewing for the martial artist of any generation. [Preview Episode] [View Episode]


Remembrance of Things Past, Pt.2 If you trained in the 1970s or 80s, you most likely remember the diverse tournament and demonstration landscape that informed that era. If not, sit back with our distinguished panel of experts and return to a time where razor-sharp traditionalism and no-holds-barred eclecticism co-existed side-by-side, a time when injury lawsuits and "recreational" martial training were unheard of and martial artists of all styles (when they agreed on anything) agreed on one thing: they liked it that way! [Preview Episode] [View Episode]

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