Sensei Mo Malik

Chief InstructorSensei Mo Malik

Hi my name is Mo Malik I currently live in Peterborough.
I have been training in the Martial Arts for 29 years since 1980. I started to compete in martial arts competitions in 1981 and retired undefeated in 2003 as a British champion which I won for 4 years consecutively . In the early years I fought under WUKO traditional Karate competitions and had many successes before moving on to learning and fighting in Freestyle Karate competitions.

Achievements and History

1980 - 1982 Tae kwon Do Moo Duk Kwan

1982- 1984 Renshinkai 1st Dan Black Belt under Shihan Dickie Wu and Sensei Terry Steward.

1984 - 1993 2nd Dan Black Belt Mougendo kickboxing, Under Joe Johal in West Ham, London

1993 - 2012 Most influential being Grand Master Brian Jones who taught me Latosa Escrima, Tai Chi, Wing Chun and Cadena De Mano.
In this period I received my 3rd and 4th Dan Black belt grades.

2013 6th Dan black belt (F.M.A)

I strive for perfection and aim to give all of my students 100% commitment for which I want 100% commitment back. To this end I have numerous
British champions, European champions and two World champions Who are under the age of 16

I have organised and run many courses, seminars and training camps. On the training camps known as Karate Kamp, I used to take children between the ages of 10 and 15 years old, a variety of students with various conditions such as ADHD and Aspergers syndrome.
These students received a huge benefit through the martial arts and learnt to handle their respective conditions better. The life skills taught to them held them in good stead when they returned home.

I am still proactive today as a referee in local, national and international competitions, and coach my very strong team of fighters to a
successful career in the martial arts. I actively encourage all my students to strive for success in everything they do in and out of the
martial arts and guide them to the best of my abilities to obtain that success.