system to his teacher and receiving his teacher's permission to proceed, Sensei Moses Powell renamed his fighting system of self defense and Jiu Jitsu, Sanuces Ryu. In 1969, a short black and white documentary was made about Sensei Moses Powell and his Sanuces Ryu Jiu Jitsu. The film was called, "SANUKUS". With the coming of the early 70's, Sensei Moses Powell began to travel and introduce his revolutionized version of Jiu Jitsu to the people of Jamaica, Trinidad, Bermuda, Panama, Puerto Rico and Nassau Bahamas. In 1971, Sensei Moses Powell became the first Martial Artist invited to perform at the United Nations and in 1973 the Benin Empire of West Africa awarded him the International Benin Award for his community work and efforts throughout the world. Sensei Moses Powell and his demo team was featured in the Panama Star Newspaper in 1973, after being invited to participate in national martial arts demonstration sponsored by a Panamanian beer distributor company. The performance was so overwhelming and well received that General Manual Noriega prevented Sensei Moses Powell's plane st from taking off and had a special military escorted to the General's home. The General wanted Sensei Moses Powell to consider an offer to be in charge of the military hand to hand combat training of the Panamanian National Guards. In 1974, Sensei Moses Powell returned to Panama to demonstrate again, after a superb demonstration in Madison Square Garden for the Aaron Banks Oriental World of Self-Defense. It was in New York City at the Felt Forum in Madison Square Garden, before a sold out audience of 20,000, that Sensei Moses Powell performed his now world famous one finger rollout. In 1975, he performed again at the Aaron Banks Oriental World of Self-Defense and was also featured in a full length martial arts documentary film, called, "The Warrior Within". This film was played in movie theatres all around the world and it was during this time that he was introduced to the
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