Brett Fenton is a Sifu in Kung Fu Sifu Brett Fenton’s interest in martial arts started as a child in the 70's when he was enthralled by the skills of Bruce Lee and the interesting story of Monkey. From that point on his dreams were to join the Army and to train in Martial Arts. Due to living in a small country town, he was unable to train in Kung Fu and had to choose the other disciplines of Taekwondo, Boxing and Kickboxing.
Eventually in the late 80's after joining the Australian Infantry, he started training in the styles of Wing Chun, Jow Ga, Lion Dance, Dragon Dance and Wy Style Tai Chi under Grandmaster Tom Lo (Blitz Magazine Instructors Hall of Fame Winner). In 1994 he opened his first branch for Grandmaster Lo. In 1997 his current school was opened.
In 1998 and 1999 the school won the Quest Business Achievers Award for Fitness & Sport. In 2000 he was bestowed the honour of becoming a Sifu by Grandmaster Lo. In 2006 he was awarded once again for his business achievements by winning the Quest Business Achiever Award. In the past 15 years he has trained with BJJ expert John B Will, Jow Ga expert Sifu Randy Sullivan Bennett, American Top Team Head Coach Master Ricardo Liborio, Australian Martial Arts Acting Legend Richard Norton, World Kickboxing Legend Benny "The Jet" Urquidez, Edged weapons expert Ray Floro, Extreme Martial Arts World Champion Mike Chat, Hyper Martial Arts creator Roland Osbourne and world renowned Lion Dance Sifu H.P. Show.
Along side continuing to train under Grandmaster Lo. Sifu travels internationally regularly to train and improve the standard of Martial Arts taught at Red Dragon. He was awarded the 2010 Australian Martial Arts Professional of the Year for his efforts and contributions to the Martial Arts in Australia. Later in 2010, Red Dragon was awarded Australian Top Martial Arts School by EFC in Washington DC.
Awards & Certifications
2010 Australian Martial Arts Professional of the Year | 2012-10-10