“Having a Black Belt makes you are a fighting Master, right? Wrong! In most martial arts schools, earning a Black Belt proves only that you have mastered the basics, a process that usually takes three to five years. Being a Black Belt means that you are ready to begin your journey studying the advanced physical and mental skills of your style. The Black Belt is not the end…
It is just the beginning!
 
Judan – 10th Dan
Obuabasa Y. Serikali (Hanshi)
Kentucky – USA  
Kudan – 9th Dan
Nasiakos K. Spiridon (Hanshi)
Hellas – Greece  
Hachidan – 8th Dan
Darel Chase (Hanshi)
Kentucky – USA  
Nanadan – 7th Dan
Khalid Raheem I
Kentucky – USA
Rokudan – 6th Dan
Romeo Cross, Sr.
Kentucky – USA
Daniel P. McGee
New Jersey – USA
Pharohniq J. Ramnisi
Indiana – USA
Mark E. Megee
New Jersey – USA  
Godan – 5th Dan
Allah Freedom
New York – USA
Eliseev Ivan Ivanovich
Russia  
Yondan – 4th Dan
Colin Beacham
Surry – UK
Ferdinand B. Federis
Rizal – Philippines  
Sandan – 3rd Dan
Romeo Cross, Jr.
Kentucky – USA
Frank R. Fuller
Pennsylvania – USA
Andy K. Schwartz
New Jersey – USA
Denny Buskirk
California – USA  
Nidan – 2nd Dan
John Looney
Kentucky – USA
Jose Luis Montecinos (Prabhuji)
New York – USA
Ronald Remy
Oregon – USA  
Shodan – 1st Dan
Laurent Boucher
France
Gholamreza Gholami
Iran
Alireza Gholami
Iran
Jason Hunt
Kentucky – USA
Gary Kreger
Minnesota – USA
Miklos Major, II
Texas – USA  
Shodan-Ho N/A