Warrior David Denteh; a 5th Degree Black Belt is the Chief Instructor and main proponent for African Goju in the United Kingdom. Such was his dedication and application to detail that he became a 1st Degree Black Belt in 1992 and is due to become a Great Warrior this year. He was one of the students chosen by Danny Gwira to use for the pictures in the African Goju Beginners Course book. He was inducted into the African Goju Warrior Hall of Fame for his tremendous dedication and love for the style and for raising a generation of African Goju students in Ghana and the United Kingdom.
A very tough fighter, competent blocker and powerful kicker; he also has a very muscular body due to his weight training regime. It is a very brave person who will challenge him to a fight!
Amazon Michelle Mensah has joined African Goju UK. Michelle is currently taking part in bodybuilding and became the Pure Elite Overall Pro World Champion in November 2019. African Goju is the next stage of development in her impressive career.
She is the current WUP (World Ultimate Physiques) Pro World Champion (May 2019). She also became the UKUP British Champion in October 2018; and the overall Amateur World Champion in November 2018. She has received a PRO status in both federations and will be representing Great Britain next year on the World Circuit.
She was also a leading Member of Unity All Stars ‘Ruby’ cheerleading squad from 2013 till 2015 and regularly took part in national/international competitions and won many titles. She competed in the 2015 World Championships and came 8th in the world in the All Girl Level 5 division. She was a Member of the Ascension Eagles ‘Legacy’ cheerleading squad from 2009 until 2011 and cheered at charities, various sporting events and for the Newham Council. She has also regularly taken part in national competitions and won many titles for the London Rockets. As a member of the ‘Brunel Blizzards’ cheerleading squad from 2008 until 2012; she regularly took part in national competitions and cheered at sporting and charitable events held at Brunel University.
She has been a competitive Women’s Artistic gymnast for eleven years and has taken part in many regional and the London Open competitions. She was a silver medallists in the 1999 British Open Team Gym Championships as part of the Croydon School of Gymnastics junior mixed team and has since taken part in various other sports and dance activities; including the trampoline, sports acrobatics, athletics (200m sprint/long jump), swimming, diving, ice skating and ballet.
Check out this short clip . Nice one Michelle. Roooarrr!!!...Ssssss!!!