Shihan Zakir Hussain was born in Mohakhali, just north of Dhaka. Inspired by a country-wide boom in popularity of celebrity begining Martial Arts 12 years old and after three years joined streetfighter , kempo , Mix Martial Arts , Karate and gymnastics, he traveled to old south Dhaka at the age of 18 and entered Mas Oyama’s legendary “Oyama Dojo” under Sensei Monir, after travelling Thailand, Japan, Korea, Spain and training under most grand master where Kyokushin Karate was being born. Having trained there at the birthplace of Mas Oyama’s Kyokushin, Shihan Zakir Hussain was one of a very few of Mas Oyama’s students to still be closely affiliated with Mas Oyama from so close to the beginning all the way until Mas Oyama’s death in 1994.
Shihan Zakir Hussain rose to some notoriety when, at the age of 25, he became champion of Kyokushin’s 3rd in South Korea.
All Korea Tournament, Also 2005, All Spain open Kyokushinkai International Championship 3rd place in Valencia, Spain.
In the decade following Mas Oyama’s death, the 12 million member International Karate Organization that he built has fragmented several times into several smaller organizations. In 1994, Shihan Zakir Hussain, one of Mas Oyama’s early students from the Oyama Dojo era, along with many of his friends and followers, split from the then largest group of Sosai’s followers, the KyokushinKAIKAN, and created a new organization called WKOSB(KyokushinKAIKAN) Bangladesh.
Shihan Zakir Hussain had struggled for nearly a decade to support the young leader of the Kyokushinkaikan – his junior by 19 years – but in the end he was finally forced to accept the fact that organization was no longer being led in a direction that would have met with the approval of his teacher, Mas Oyama. The late karate legend, Mas Oyama, said time and time again that the most important element of Kyokushin karate was the BUDO SPIRIT which encompasses elements of proper behavior, courtesy, the spirit of Osu, and good will towards man, in addition of course to fighting prowess. In 1993, Shihan Zakir Hussain realized that this all-important element of Mas Oyama’s organization had been replaced by Mas Oyama’s initial successor with a hunger for money and that the “budo spirit” had been largely replaced by the “business spirit” in the inner chambers of the Kyokushin leadership. Human relationships, friendships, and sempai-kohai (senior-junior) relationships, which Mas Oyama held as all-important, were being butchered in the name of money and a lust for power.
Additionally, Shihan Zakir Hussain had been forced to face the conclusion that Kyokushin’s fighting prowess was suffering under the new leadership as well. During Mas Oyama’s lifetime there was no question in the hearts and minds of the Bangladeshi public that Kyokushin was the world’s strongest karate. Shihan Zakir Hussain and others knew that the reason that it remained so was because of the emphasis that Mas Oyama placed on the real-world application of karate techniques. Mas Oyama created a full-contact style of tournament competition in order to popularize budo karate, but never went so far as to equate that tournament-style fighting with what he believed to the essence of budo karate.
Kyokushin tournament-style fighting is a great venue for developing the win-at-all-costs fighting spirit of the karateka, yet it remains several steps removed from real life-and-death combat for self-defense. Punches to the head, for example, were removed from Kyokushin competition in the name of the popularization of karate that Mas Oyama achieved. The reason Kyokushin fighters become the strongest under Mas Oyama’s teaching was that they trained for real-life application and then fought in the less-dangerous by comparison tournament-style environment. By 1993, however, Shihan Zakir Hussain and others had realized that the new leadership of Mas Oyama’s organization had abandoned Mas Oyama’s emphasis on real-world application and instead lowered its standards to hold tournament-style fighting as all-important. After all, it was tournament-style fighting that generated money and fame.
- Shihan Zakir Hussain is the co-founder of the Kyokushin karate in 1990.
- After Sosai died Shihan Zakir Hussain Founder IKO2 under Nishida Group in 1996 .
- Several political problem Shihan Nishida left the IKO2
- In 2005, Kancho Royama Founder of Kyokushinkan established in world. Shihan Zakir Hussain is the Founder of Kyokushinkan Bangladesh.
- Shihan Medori Kenji take his position 2002 , he established WKO Shin Kyokushin Group. Shihan Zakir Hussain Founder also this Group in Bangladesh 2014 to 2016.
- After That Shihan Zakir Hussain changed his mind and he established WKOSB independent Organization. Organization Name is Bangladesh International School of Martial Arts (BISMA).
- Shihan Zakir Hussain joining world femous organization World Kumite Organization (WKO) and Shorin Kempo Kaikan under Sifu Kancho McInnes in pattaya, Thailand and Okinawa, Japan Hombu Dojo.
- He also affiliation by the IBU kyodokyokushin 2017.
In the decade since WKOSB was founded, over 1000 Bangladeshi karateka have flocked to support its cause in 7 branches composed of many dojos spread across Bangladesh. For a decade now already WKOSB has sponsored annual all-Bangladesh and all-Bangladesh weight category tournaments held in Motijheel, south of Dhaka, and all WKOSB members eagerly celebrated WKOSB’s 1st World Open Karate Tournament held in Warsaw in Novbembar, 2017.