Rise of Scots karate king charted in tribute to high-kicking career
The 45-year reign of Scotland’s karate king is celebrated in a new book.
Aberdeen instructor Ronnie Watt has reached levels of excellence usually achieved only by the Japanese masters of the martial art.
His accomplishments are detailed in a new biography, Ronnie Watt, 8th Dan, with forewords from First Minister Alex Salmond and the founding and current presidents of the World Karate Confederation.
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