Legendary kickboxing champion Don 'The Dragon' Wilson shares some of his fighting tips at the Open Black Belt World Championships.
Don "The Dragon" Wilson returns to the screen as a man unjustly accused of a brutal crime and Forced to Fight! This Dragon's fire is in his fists! ...
Wilson was born to a European-American father and Japanese mother in Cocoa Beach, Florida, and grew up on Florida's Space Coast. He had a long and successful career in the ring. He was perhaps the best known and most successful kickboxer of his era.
Wilson won a total of 11 World Titles with several sanctioning bodies that included the IKF, WKA, KICK, ISKA, STAR and the PKO. He won his IKF FCR Cruiserweight World Title on May 15, 1999 in Lowell, Massachusetts, USA, when he defeated Dick Kimber. (Lynn, Massachusetts, USA PRO: 23-3/21, AM: 25-0/25 5'9" 197 lbs) At the end of the 3rd round Wilson came alive and exploded with a flurry that eventually knocked Kimber to the floor motionless. Referee Dan Stell counted Kimber out on the floor, a count that went into the round break. Kimber never stood during the count.