Grand Master Richard M. Morris, 10th Degree Black Belt
Grand Master Richard Morris is a devoted husband and father of two black belts.
Grand Master Richard Morris is a 10th Degree Black Belt in both American Karate and Tae-Kwon-Do. He has trained and ranked with Grand Master Jhoon Rhee, the Father of Tae-Kwon-Do in America, and Grand Master J. Pat Burleson, the Father of American Karate.
As one of the original Texas Gladiators and Fort Worth Texans full-contact Karate Kickboxing, Mr. Morris is a member of the International Karate and Kickboxing Hall of Fame.
He is a Fort Worth Police Sergeant and has served as a patrol officer, detective, defensive tactics instructor, chaplain, and peer counselor for over twenty-eight years. He has been teaching Karate for thirty-five years and was instrumental in establishing the police defensive tactics training program in Fort Worth which has been a model for other police departments all across the nation.
Formerly with Zig Ziglar Seminars, Mr. Morris is a highly sought-after and dynamic motivational speaker and has taught tens of thousands of students as well as taught self-defense courses and seminars across the United States.
Mr. Morris is widely known for his principals-based teaching. He currently trains with and teaches professional boxers, wrestlers, and ring fighters.
He is a founding member of the American Karate Black Belt Association (AKBBA) and the World Martial Arts Ranking Association (both under Grand Master Pat Burleson), and the World Martial Arts Congress for Education (under Grand Master Jhoon Rhee).
Grand Master Richard Morris can be reached at his e-mail listed. He teaches exclusively private lessons and seminars.
You may contact Grandmaster Morris via Email here: PastorRMMorris@aol.com