Sensei Davison started martial arts in 1974 in Wichita Fall, TX. After moving to Fort Forth, TX, he began studying Goju-Shorei Karate under Sam Grano. He earned his third (sandan) black belt.
He currently holds a fourth dan in Goju-Shorei Karate with the International Martial Arts Council of America. He also holds a second degree black belt in Shotokan Karate under Mike Weist. He holds a second dan black belt in White Tiger Kenpo Karate under Prof Marty Cale.
Sensei Davison is an associate instructor in Jeet Kune Do. He also instructs in the Israeli art of Krav Maga. He was a former instructor for the Fort Worth Dallas Chapters of the Guardian Angels, Safety Patrol.
He has fought in numerous AKA, AOK, ISKA, NASKA, and IMAC Martial Arts Tournaments. He placed first in several. He also competed in 1984 United States Karate Olympics taking a silver medal in point competition.
Sensei Davison has boxed for the Texas Golden Gloves; Fort Worth Star Telegram, GoldenGlovesYouthCenter for three years.
He has been teaching martial arts since 1987. He has worked for Prof Wayne Carmen, owner of TCB Karate, Branson, Missouri (the former trainer of Elvis Presley). He was the program director and assistant instructor for Arkansas College of Martial Arts under Prof Marty Cale.
Sensei Davison was inducted into the United States Martial Arts Hall of Fame in 2008.