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Professor Marty Cale

Soke, PH.D

Founder of White Tiger Kenpo Karate

Professor Marty Cale is a career professional in the martial arts with three decades experience in a variety of disciplines. He holds a 10th Degree Black Belt in White Tiger Kenpo Karate and American Combat Kickboxing, a 6th Degree Black Belt in Jujitsu, a 4th Degree Black Belt in Okinawa Te, a 3rd Degree Black Belt in Kobudo, 2nd Degree Black Belt in American Karate, 1st Degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do and is a cartifed Law Enforcement Tactics Instructor, certified Cane Master, Certified instructor in Jeet Kune Do (Bruce Lee's Martial Art) and Krav Maga, the official Israeli Military Self Defense System.

He is founder of the International Martial Arts Council of America and Director of the United States Martial arts Hall of Fame. He is recognized internationally for his achievements and is a member of several national and international martial arts associations and holds a position on their Board of Directors as well. Professor Cale has been inducted into 3 national and international Hall of Fames and holds memberships in 4 major Grandmaster / Sokeship Councils including the United States Grandmasters Council, the Suprememe Sokeship Grandmasters Council, The International Martial Arts Head Founders Grandmasters Association and the World Head of Society Heads and Founders Society of International Styles, headquarterd in Kobe, Japan.

Although Professor Cale actively teaches a number of martial arts disciplines to adults, including regular weekly scheduled classes and private classes, he has the most fun teaching children. He was the first martial arts instructor in the state of Arkansas to teach martial arts as a required course for all elementary students K-5th Grade at nine different grade schools in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Professor Marty Cale was one of the youngest martial artist to ever receive the title of Professor. He recieved this title in 1995 from on of his original instructors, A.E. Weiss before his passing in 1996. Since then Professor Cale has been given the Honorary Degree of PH.D. by numerous martial arts instructors, associations and Professors of Continuing Education Programs before earning his PH.D. in Martial Science.

In 2016, Professor Cale was honored with a “Professor Emeritus” status with the International Martial Arts Council during the United States Martial Arts Hall of Fame induction banquet.  He was recognized for his years of dedication and service to the martial arts community by a number of high ranking Masters and Grandmasters in attendance.