Hannibal wrote:
I did not personally know Master Martello but when I discovered his entity on the internet, and watched the first video, I knew instantly that he was one of the few people who truly understood the deeper meanings of the martial arts. He left a legacy that will influence and encourage the coming generations.

Rest In Peace, Master.

Tony Lee – Tribute

I feel I lost a good friend and teacher.  I never met Mike, I only watched his
seminars and messages posted on websites.  He was the best Kungfu practitioner
I’ve ever seen.  I knew how to unleash the power of traditional kung fu.
It’s a great loss to the world of traditional martial art.
Rest in peace.  Mike

Kenny Tai Chi Fanatic – Tribute

Rest In Peace Although we never met, I watched your tai chi videos on Youtube a lot. From what you wrote alongside your videos, you seemed very humble and I’m grateful you wanted to share and educate us tai chi fanatics on the higher levels of this complex art.

Howard Wang – ????

Mikes Youtube Legacy

Here is a link to Mike’s Youtube account where you can find hours and hours of footage.  I know with his seminars in New Mexico, and here in Seattle, WA. he basically took all the footage I gave him and edited it down to the meat and potatoes so to speak.  Those of you around the world are lucky in that Mike believed in sharing every

Mike tossing Jason "The Cajun" on his arse while training in New Mexico

thing.  He used to say: “Jake, why worry about anyone stealing something from video?  They were not their, they did not feel what was happening.  I want the world to see that the Chinese martial arts are still going strong, because honestly I am worried about the quality of the teachings being passed down.”

http://www.youtube.com/user/mikemartello Enjoy guys.  Lots, and lots of good stuff on those videos.  I do not know how things are handled on Youtube once someone passes, so you may want to burn them to hard drives just in case.