About | Bill "Superfoot" Wallace
Bill “Superfoot” Wallace retired as the undefeated Professional Karate Association (PKA) Middleweight Champion after defeating Robert Biggs in a 12-round bout in June 1980. The victory, his 23rd straight, signaled an end to an illustrious fifteen year career in tournament and full contact fighting. Known to the karate world as Superfoot, symbolic of his awesome left leg, which was once clocked in excess of 60 mph, Superfoot left a string of battered and bruised bodies along the martial arts fighting trail. He used his foot as others would use their hands, faking opponents with two or three rapid kicks and following with one solid knockout technique. His power, speed and precision were astounding. Superfoot, a 5’10”, native of Portland, Indiana began studying karate in February 1967 after suffering a right leg injury in a judo accident. The injury left him without the use of his leg in karate competition. Some observers said that Superfoot was committing martial arts suicide. However, Wallace had other ideas. For the next several years, Superfoot dominated the point-tournament circuit.