Take the Martial Arts Test!
This Martial Arts Test will let you know how learned you are in the martial arts. The questions cover a variety of martial arts, and instructions for grading yourself are at the end. Write the answer to each question on a piece of paper, and have fun.
Who was the Asian Superstar called ‘The Little Dragon?’ What was the name of the main art studied by the founder of Aikido? Who were the brothers responsible for creating a national chain of Kenpo Karate studios?
Who was the originator of the art wherein the students spends great amounts of time ‘walking the circle?’ Who was the first American President to study the art of Judo? What was the name of the movie that Bruce Lee didn’t finish before he died?
Which style of Karate received the official blessing of Gichin Funakoshi to spread his teachings (it was not Shotokan)? What is the name of the World Taekwondo Headquarters and home of the World Taekwondo Academy? Who was the Taekwondo instructor behind the martial arts in ‘Billie Jack?’
What is the name of the martial arts book written by the greatest Japanese Samurai to have ever lived (it is now used to train Japanese businessmen)? What martial art trains one in the use of the Parang? Who was the founder of Black Belt magazine?
How long did it take Bill ‘Superfoot’ Wallace to earn his black belt? Which famous athlete did Bruce Lee study the films of in a mirror to make sure he got the movements of down on both sides? What was the title of the first book Ed Parker wrote on the martial arts (according to wiki)?
Who was the CIA operative who wrote the first book on Shaolin to receive widespread publishing in the United States, and what was the name of the book? What was the name of the first Kung Fu Movie to receive widespread viewing in the United States? What is the name of the Chinese actor to defeat a villain in a Chinese movie made in 1979, and then play that same villain (not as a complete villain) in the American movie ‘Kill Bill?’
To find any answers you are unsure about do a quick google. To score your results simply take the number of questions you got right and divide them by 18. Don’t worry if you got any answers wrong, for you now have the answers and are a smarter person.