Ernie has been given the key to the city by the mayor of Forest Park, Ohio.
Ernie is co-founder of a book called "little dragons."
Ernie graduated from San Jose State University.
He has been featured on every national martial arts magazine in the United States and Europe.
Ernie was named (PKA) Professional Karate Association, Instructor of the Year.
Ernie is hailed as "One of the Greatest Martial Arts Masters of the 20th Century."
Ernie has recieved a "Life Time Achievement Award" for phenomenal demonstrattions for more than 25 years.
Ernie recorded a Hip-Hop CD called "Asia's last dragon."
Ernie played Keno in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: Secret of the Ooze (1991)
Ernie was on "VIP" in the episode Big Top Val (1999)
Ernie played Victor Tran in Secret of the Horse (2001).
Ernie is the host of a MTV show called the "Final Fu."
Ernie is the oldest of five. He has two younger brothers and two younger sisters.
Ernie is of Filipino decent.
Ernie has trained and competed in Muay Thai.
Ernie is a 4th degree blackbelt in Tae-Kwon Do.
Ernie and his dad starred together in "Surf Ninjas" in 1993.
Ernie Reyes Jr:I believe martial arts is one of the greatest gifts and treasures of life to create positive change in peoples lives. I am totally certain it is my noble calling in life
Ernie Reyes Jr:I am committed to learning, to free my spirit, so I can become the best I can possible be. Only then can I help stimulate, inspire, share powerful ideas and lead others to become the best they can possible be. Giving this unconditional love to my students brings me an overwhelming feeling of selffullfillment. It taps into my - Spirituality!
Ernie Reyes Jr.: I am first and foremost a martial artist, striving to reach the highest level of living, through the martial arts process.