2014 KMAM-HOF TRAILBLAZER INDUCTEEKenneth MacKenzieGrand Master Ken MacKenzie has over 200 tournament wins and although he has experience in Traditional Patterns/Forms and Weapons Forms competitions, he is best known for his accomplishments in Contact Fighting and Power Breaking (Wood, Concrete, etc.). GM MacKenzie won the 1993, 1995, and 1996, National Breaking Titles and was the National Breaking Grand Champion in both 1995 and 1996. In 1996, he set a World Record by breaking 28 concrete blocks at on time. While GM MacKenzies skill in the ring is very impressive, his skill as an Instructor is what makes him truly special.Grand Master MacKenzie, now a tenth degree black belt under DojuNim Ji Han Jae is a very humble high ranking martial artists and we are honored to have him amongst others to be inducted into our inaugural Hall Of Fame. It was in Amsterdam that Grand Master MacKenzie and Grand Master Timmerman first started the discussion about the need for a true Korean Martial Arts Hall Of Fame. We are pleased that he accepted the invitation, and his experience to make such events successful is what is needed to make the KMAM-HOF a household word. Grand Master MacKenzie is truly a gift to the Korean Martial Arts and its future and we are proud that he is a part of the Korean Martial Arts Masters Hall Of Fame.