Steven Seagal (American) is a master of Japanese martial arts: Aikido. Thanks to this talent, he became a famous Hollywood actor, martial artist and film producer.
Actor Steven Seagal is best known for his martial arts action movies such as Above the Law, Hard to Kill, The Glimmer Man, etc. His films mainly address the issue of spirituality with frightening violence.
With true martial arts talent, lots of boxers come to learn Steven’s powerful hand-crafting skills. Among them are Anderson Silva, Vitor Belfort, Lyoto Machida, 3 UFC champions of different weight classes.
When confronted with Steven Seagal, all three boxers were unable to win. Steven’s sharp, fast thrusts make the boxers unable to dodge. The martial artist’s victories before the UFC champion are not official matches, but everyone must respect the goodness of Seagal.
Steven Seagal was born on April 10, 1952, is an American producer, actor, screenwriter, musician, boxer and director. He was born in Lansing, Michigan (USA), with his father a Jewish math teacher and his mother an Irish physician.
He started learning Karate and Aikido when he was 7 years old. At 13, he lied to his age to get a job washing dishes in a restaurant. There, he was taught by a Japanese chef to teach the basics of Karate.
At the age of 17, he left the United States to Japan to live. Learning martial arts from an income source by teaching English, Steven achieved black belt in Aikido, Karate, Judo and Kendo.
With the spirit of Japanese boxers, Steven is very interested in religion and Eastern philosophy. He became a Buddhist man starting with acupuncture and lessons from Aikido. He conceives that detect the opponent’s weaknesses to win, but do not use that to harm them. Know how to behave morally not only with people but with all beings on earth.