During my down time from training I have been search around my area (applying my vast skill at Googlefu/Webfu) and I came across a Kajukenbo school. Let me make it clear that I have no intension of attending the school, but I am curious about the style. I have always thought of it as being pretty much the same as Kenpo, but I will admit I truly do not know that. It was an assumption on my part. we use to have several Kajukenbo folks on MT, but they are long since gone. Hopefully there is someone here these days that can answer my questions I have a few questions about Kajukenbo. Is it similar to Kenpo? Does it have forms? If so, how many forms? What makes Kajukenbo, Kajukenbo?