In the beginning when two competitors faced off they would assume a stance to begin. This was how they all started, strike a pose and wait for the go signal. Once the go was given then all semblance of karate went out the window. The only way you knew it was a karate match was the use of the kicks and the white karate uniforms. The two combatants would do one of two things.
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