A taekwondo demonstration team left judges on “America’s Got Talent” with “goosebumps” after their audition performance and won host Terry Crews’ golden buzzer choice on June 15.
The performance: On the third night of auditions for the world-famous talent show, the World Taekwondo Demonstration Team blew the audience and judges away with their performance.
After being defeated by MMA fighter Xu Xiaodong in January, 56-year-old kung fu “master” Tian Ye stepped inside a ring once again only to be beaten by another younger fighter.
Tian, whose name translates to “Wild Fury,” went up against Chinese black belt taekwondo fighter Zhang Long in Karamay, Xinjiang over the weekend.
A Twitter user has come under fire for doing a racist voiceover on a viral World Taekwondo Festival performance by mockingly imitating an Asian accent and using the “N” word at the end.
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A mesmerizing video of a South Korean martial arts team showcasing a brilliant display of their Taekwondo skills has captivated netizens on social media.
The nearly 20-minute spectacle was performed by the Kukkiwon Demonstration Team during the opening ceremony of the World Taekwondo Hanmadang on July 28.
The World Taekwondo Federation, the international federation governing the sport of taekwondo, has changed its name to just World Taekwondo due to the “negative connotations” associated with its initials.
The organization had been using its former name since its founding in 1973.