Inland Empire plumber Daryl MacKenzie won his 3rd Tai Kwon Do tournament with his classic “Crane Mullet” move that makes use of luxurious blonde mullet. Normally referred to as Business in the front and a party in the back, according to MacKenzie his mullet is “all business, all the time... and vengeance."
MacKenzie, 39, defeated fifteen year old Joseph Ngyen in a six round championship series at the Allen Memorial Gymnasium in Whittier, California on Saturday. It was a heartbreaking loss for Mr. Ngyen after he foolishly challenged MacKenzie to "bring all you got, old man!". MacKenzie, seemingly unfazed by the challenge, stepped back into his starting position and, before bowing to the judges, was overheard singing "Eye of a Tiger" with his eyes closed. Once the round began, MacKenzie rushed the awkward fifteen year old, leaping high into the air and whipping the back of his mullet toward the head of his opponent. Ngyen fell back once the hair struck his head and the judges proclaimed MacKenzie the winner. After the tournament, MacKenzie was award a massive trophy made from plastic and told his fans that now his mullet was ready to party.