Master Ricard "Deadly Dicker" Hopkins has raised charity monies since the seventies. 
The WUMA have raised money under his guidance since starting in 1989, many thousands of pounds have been raised for many different charities.  

The WUMA would like to thank all persons involved for taking part and helping to raise money for these charities.

Thank you for your support!

Click here to make an online entry into out fund raising & good deed page

See Below for past fundraising or good deeds from WUMA members:

Christopher Allen of our WUMA Thame, Oxon club did a special sponsored Bike ride London to Southend in aid of the British Heart Foundation in July 2006.  Well done Chris

A big thank you to all those who have sponsored me I raised in total £345. Thanks to all who donated.
Christopher Allen

100 MAN KUMITE 2006

  Click here to go to the Kumite page.   The Kumite raised £883.44      Paddy Doyle broke the World Record.
Hi Wuma:   This is just an update on BF Kickboxing's last event, we held a sponsored exorcise class which raised £170, the money was donated to the Babygrow project, this charity helps babies and children in Zimbabwe.    Thanks again for presenting my 4th Dan certificate at the last WUMA competition, I thought the new venue was a great improvement, and myself and the students I brought along to take part that day really enjoyed the whole experience. The quality of all the students taking part that day was excellent and I am really looking forward to WUMA future events.   Neil Mortimer - Bristol Freestyle Kickboxing
Thankyou to the King of Thailand
We have sponsored Jon Wheeler and his team within the Bangkwang Prison, Thailand since 1994.   Jon teaches Karate & Kung Fu and gives many prisoners something to aim for within the prison walls. Well done Jon, we are proud of you! 
News in:  Letter from Jon July 18th 2005
Hi Deadly, Just a quick thanks for your letter of support and plea to the King of Thailand in aid of my Kings Pardon.  
Due to this I have been informed that my sentence has been reduced by 25 years and the hope of an amnesty next year.
Thanks again
Jon Wheeler                          Wow! Jon am I proud of this or what!    Good Luck mate from Master Deadly & WUMA

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Stuart Davies raising £504 for Cancer Research from his events2005.  well done Stuart
Dicker we the Weston academy of Martial arts   wama.co.uk  have now raised between 8000-10000 pounds for charity through our club and FIGHTCLUB events. Charities include NSPCC, British epilepsy Assoc, Cancer research, Jessie May trust for terminally ill children, and Children's Hospice. and not forgetting the town mayors trust. I will calculate the exact amount ASAP. Cheers Stuart         PS, the site looks good mate
Email to HQ Mon Feb 28, 2005 from Charles Shanks Fife WUMA - Charity Kids/Novice Competition
Hi all, Just like to say a big thanks to all those who sent along fighters for our mini comp in Dunfermline over the weekend, especially to Sansum Blackbelt Academy form Elgin (sorry and Forres :--) ) who sent along what felt like two whole coach loads.  A great day was had by all and we collected £336 for the Tsunami Appeal.  Once again thanks to WUMA for sponsoring the trophies and we look forward to seeing you all soon.  Charles 
March 2005  email:    Hi Master Deadly
Sorry I haven't been in touch for a while, I hope to come up to Cheltenham to visit you soon.  The latest club event we had was a sponsored exorcise evening. Students did a set of exorcises which were timed and counted, they then got their grannies etc. to give them a few pence per rep. (two of the adults did it in fancy dress)
This event raised £324.0 which under the WUMA banner we donated to 'THE BABY GROW PROJECT'. This project clothes and feeds desperately poor children throughout the world. The money we donated went to feed 200 orphaned refugee children in Africa, the children had no other means of supporting themselves so the money we donated was very gratefully received. (The lady on the other end of the phone screamed when I told her how much we were donating).
I'll will keep looking on the web site for WUMA's latest events and come and see you soon
Neil Mortimer - Bristol Freestyle Kickboxing 
.A Message from Master Deadly:   Danny Moore - Sadly Deceased
In 1986 my Cheltenham & Evesham clubs raised a few hundred pounds to buy a wheel chair for accident victim and friend Danny Moore, unfortunately early in 2004 Danny had a heart attack and passed away.   Rest in Peace mate!      From us all at WUMA
Hi Master Deadly,
Just emailing you to let you know about our fundraising event in Leicester.  In October 2004 we attempted to do 1500 press ups in 20mins to raise money for the children of the Beslan school massacre in Russia, this was through the Sun newspaper in conjunction with the Alliance and Leicester.  We smashed our target and achieved 2226 press ups in the 20 minute allotted time frame, and in the process raised 537.26.  Which was a fantastic effort by all.
P.S.   Enjoyed the 2 day syllabus course, apologies for not being able to stay for the full event.   Kind Regards    Neil Fisher - Tao Freestyle, Leicester

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Learning to Walk

One of our most successful efforts was raising thousands to send Vicky Bristow, a 6yr old, to Hungary to be treated - this treatment got her walking in 1998.

Click the photo to read her story.

Sad Battle 
Against Cancer

Click here to see his story.


The Deadly Team

Raising money for Cancer Research, Deadly Martial Arts Wear sponsored Simone and a team of ladies from the WUMA HQ in 2003. 

Click the photo to see the girls in action.

The WUMA are proud sponsors of the Martial Arts training within Bangkwang Prison, Thailand.

We have sponsored Jon Wheeler and his team within the Bangkwang Prison, Thailand since 1994.   Jon teaches Karate & Kung Fu and gives many prisoners something to aim for within the prison walls.
Well done Jon, we are proud of you! 

See Below for various other past fundraising:


Name of Person

Task Performed


Charity Name
Kevin Fisher (PKA)
Barnsley WUMA
Desert Trek £2000.00+ Cancer Research   July 2001


Name of Person

Task Performed


Charity Name  October 2002
Rosie Walters
London WUMA
Sponsored Walk £218.00 Cancer Research & Children's Hospice
David Johnson
London WUMA
Sponsored Fight £51.00 Cancer Research & Children's Hospice
Kathleen Johnson
London WUMA
Sponsored Fight £51.00 Cancer Research & Children's Hospice
Michael Henry
London WUMA
Sponsored Fight £11.65 Cancer Research

Many thousand pounds were raised over the years before the above statements and the WUMA thank everyone for their help. From this time we would like to show a more detailed account of the great people who care for others that we have within our membership so if your club can ever help at all please just give us a call at HQ on 01242 261262. or email  deadly@wuma.uk.com           Hit Counter


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