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Lysa Hart February 22, 2011 at 12:53 pm

Great site Art! Congrats!!

Sifu Dean "Kaju Dog" Webster March 9, 2011 at 7:16 pm

The few times I have had the privilage to observe Sifu Art “LEADING” his martial arts family at Missing Link MMA, I stand with my head held high and hold the highest respect for the blessings he has to share.

Much respect goes out to Sifu Art and all his students!

Keep up the great work my Kajukenbo Brother.


Rich March 14, 2011 at 10:21 am

So grateful to Sifu Hugues for his tutelage. I have enjoyed the many years that he has shown me the way. I will forever be his loyal student.

Kajukenbo forever.

Bruce Whitsitt March 14, 2011 at 11:37 am

Absolutely stunning website. The visual quality and design is amazing, and reflects very, very well on your school. You should have good luck getting new students through your outstanding website!

Chris Bright March 14, 2011 at 11:57 am


Cool looking Website. You’ve come a long way.
Keep it going my friend.

– Chris B.
Old School Garage Training Student

Gilburto Wright March 14, 2011 at 7:01 pm

Excellent article and web page.It’s great to see how far you’ve come along.Your hard work is paying off.I remember when you were promoted to”PURPLE” belt.That was so many years ago.I’m proud of you.Keep up thr GOOD work.


Will Howard November 26, 2011 at 1:57 pm


I would like to add that the site/artwork is amazing! Good luck with your school and hope more and more people train in the martial arts.

Kai Ling Do (Blackshear, GA) Student

Aaron Anderson December 12, 2011 at 4:43 pm

Greetings, Sifu. My name is Aaron Anderson and I am a pupil of Professor Jimmy Willis of Willis Kempo Kung-Fu in Fresno. I happened upon your web page and must say that I appreciate how informative and user friendly it is. Although I also study kajukenbo, and am a dedicated disciple of Professor Willis, it would be an honor if you would permit me to sit in on one of your classes in order that I might develop an even fuller appreciation of what is indisputably the greatest martial arts system ever devised.

Respectfully and humbly,

Aaron Anderson

Simon January 2, 2012 at 2:23 pm

Love the artwork

Warren April 18, 2012 at 2:27 am

Great site. I am new to Martial Arts. At 30 i know i am starting late. I want to learn Kajukenbo as a foundation to MMA. Can you assist with any training material – vids, books, etc as i cant seem to find anyone training Kajukenbo in South Africa. Please assist.

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Juan S. July 19, 2012 at 9:41 pm

My frist time there was today, and believe me its worth a vist.. I will be joining very soon….

cindyhugues September 20, 2012 at 8:42 pm

art how have u been its me your cuz cindy shadie had a lil girl and she weigh 150pounds now she needs 2 lose it and theres been problems here at my moms house i need 2 talk 2 you soon

Ana C March 13, 2013 at 4:14 pm

I started training with Sifu a year ago because I kept hearing about Missing Link and Sifu Art. I tried one of his women’s cardio class expecting just another workout and I haven’t missed a day since. I’m totally hooked on the cardio and the training. It’s not your usual 30 min cardio session he works you for 2 hours so when he says bring and extra shirt he MEANS it! I love Missing Link MMA!

shawn Ross September 8, 2014 at 11:25 am

Sifu Art great guy in and out the dojo I can not wait to get back in there. This style is definately not for the weak absolute must to bring your A game and keep your B game on stand by. See you soon Art.

Sanna February 10, 2016 at 8:57 am

A few years ago, at about age 38 or so, I began telling myself I’m gonna start doing all the things I’ve always wanted to do but never could. One of the things I started was dance classes which I couldn’t get enough of! One late night after class a fellow student offered to walk me to my car which I didn’t think much of until I found myself pinned up against the door and no matter how much I tried to loose myself from his grip, his strength completely overpowered mine. Thank God nothing happened and the student finally let go then laughed and said that he was only playing around, I didn’t find it funny and that’s all that needed to happen for me to get angry enough to tell myself that this will not happen to me again! Ironically enough another fellow student was only taking dance to learn more balance and timing for his training that he was doing with Sifu Art at Missing Link. This other student encouraged me to go check out Art’s classes so I visited Missing Link and kid you not, the first day I literally had to walk out of the building during cardio or I was gonna hack all over my partner! The Cardio is intense and it’s what got me hooked! I absolutely love it and all the techniques I’ve learned since then are just an added bonus! Fast forward now at age 42 I am more confident that if I ever have to defend myself I would be better able too, or even helping someone else who may be in trouble. I love Missing Link because there is no discrimination whatsoever, doesn’t matter your age, your background your color…if you have heart and a willingness to train and train hard then this is the place for you! Thanks Art, for your heart to train and for believing in your students who may just need that little bit of encouragement to get up and keep fighting!

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Sifu Art Hugues
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