The Greats of Tae Kwon Do
Mitchell Bobrow

Mitchell "Boy Wonder" Bobrow in action in the early days   (Photos Courtesy Mitchell Bobrow)

 L -R , Ki Whang Kim, Jhoon Rhee, Riley Hawkins, Mitchell Bobrow,
 Chuck Norris, Skipper Mullins, Robert Maxwell, Furman Marshall,
 Richard Chun, and Glen Premru

A rare photo of Joe Lewis and Mitchell Bobrow in the finals of Jhoon Rhee's Nationals
in 1966 - Wash.. DC Guard Armory.  More than 10,000 spectators were in attendance.

Allen R. Steen, Skipper Mullins, Mitchell Bobrow and Joe Corley were inducted into the
official Taekwondo Hall of  Fame ®  The historic ceremony was held Friday April 6th, 2007.
Grandmaster Jhoon Rhee is center.. Photo by Master Mark Williams   MORE PHOTOS HERE


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          vs Chuck Norris

with Ki Whang Kim and Joe Hayes the movie "Coneheads"

Mitchell Bobrow

Mitchell Bobrow fought and bested the best of his era.  Known for his
trademark jump back kick, Mitchell Bobrow was nicknamed "Boy wonder".
Bobrow was featured in the movies "Coneheads", "Blackbelt", and Disney's
"Wild Jack". He also appeared on television in "Young and Restless", "Days
of our Lives", and "Max Monroe".  Mitchell Bobrow was selected to
serve as honorary chairman of the Inaugural Taekwondo Hall of Fame
Induction  Ceremony
which was held  in New Jersey on April 6th, 2007.
At the ceremony, Mitchell was inducted as the "Best Fighter of the 60's".
His bouts with Joseph Hayes, Chuck Norris, Joe Lewis, Byron Jones
and other greats of the day are legendary.  Being awarded his blackbelt by
Ki Whang Kim in 1965, he was rated by BlackBelt Magazine in 1967, 1968,
and 1969 as one of the "Top 10 Fighters" in the world.  He created the first
chartered High School Taekwondo Club in 1966 at Bethesda Chevy Chase.
A partial list of his wins include,Grand Champion at the 1969 American Invita-
tional in Wash., D.C., HeavyWeight Champion at Richard Chun's 1968 Uni-
versal Championships in New York, Grand Champion in Fighting & Forms at
the 1966 Inter-American Championships in Baltimore, Maryland and Grand
Champion at the 1969 Marine Corps Championships at Quantico, Virginia.
Bobrow represented Taekwondo as a US team member in the 1st World
Karate Championships  in 1968 in Tokyo, Japan. Mitchell Bobrow is also
the Founder of Otomix Martial Arts Gear.  Bobrow has attended over 300
Martial Arts events promoting his company


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