RyoJOKU Okumuri has become the youngest person ever to win the Karate Grand Prix in Japan.
He was competing in the main event at the annual event in the city of Nara.
He came out on top, taking down the defending champion in a decision.
The 26-year-old Okumuris victory was the latest of a string of recent wins for the Japanese karate master, who recently defeated the winner of the Kata Grand Prix at the World Grand Prix, which took place in the same venue in Osaka.
As he has been competing at the highest level in Japan for some time now, Okumiri is well known for his outstanding striking.
He is considered one of the top karate practitioners in the world, and his recent victories have helped him reach new heights.
Okumuri, who is from Osaka, was a member of the national team at the Karat Open, which takes place every year in Nagoya.
He also competed in the World Karate Championships in 2010 and 2012.
Okumurises latest victory came at the same event as his last victory in the tournament, which was also in Nagoshi.
In that fight, Okums opponent was Ryoichi Sakai, who won a unanimous decision by decision in the first round.
In the second round, Okumi was unable to hold on to the lead, as Sakai won by technical knockout in the third round.
The victory also marked Okumir’s fourth victory in seven fights.
In his first victory, in 2012, he defeated fellow Karate Master Ryohei Ishikawa in the final round.
Okinawa has been ranked number one in the global rankings for over five years.
He won the title in 2013 after beating Kyohei Ueda, who had also been competing in Karate at the time.
It was only his third title, and only his fourth title in the history of Karate.
In his previous fights, he has defeated former world champion Katsuyori Tamura, and former world number one Karate master Takashi Takeuchi.
Although he has a long track record of victories, Okomura has struggled in recent years to make the top of the Japanese martial arts world.
When he first started competing in 2009, he was ranked number 12 in the Kyojutsu world rankings.
His previous best was number two, and he has never finished in the top ten.
He had a very poor 2015, winning only two fights.
He missed the cut in his next fight, and this time was unable on the final day to get past his opponent.
The two fought for three rounds, and Okumira won by submission.
Okumuras next win came in 2012 at the age of 26, when he defeated former number two in Kyoji Ishikawa.
His previous two wins came at a time when the Japanese government was under increasing pressure to improve karate’s image.
Okumares victory at the Kaga Grand Prix was a clear sign of the government’s support for karate.
This was also the year when Okumu was ranked the top female karate fighter in the country.
He took home the title for the second time, and was the only man to win a title at the event.
Okumi has been training regularly since then, and in December, he will begin his first full year at a new school, Oita Academy, in Osaka, Japan.
The new school is part of a $500 million plan to help improve Kyoja’s image in the United States.