He has often been criticized for his Yakuza mob connections and his 26 day imprisonment in Japan for marijuana possession. He considers his time behind bars a life changing experience that has led him to do countless hours of charity work and to spend thousands of his own dollars (or ¥)
to help others. He's become well recognized for his work in northeast Japan to directly aid the earthquake and tsunami victims in and around Fukushima. Enson has also been a lifelong dog lover and helped thousands of stray dogs in the wreckage. Enson has sacrificed his health and his savings to help those hit the hardest in Japan.
Check out this video teaser by the Grappling Dummy (aka our good friend, Matt of SCRMBL) and if you want to see what Enson has been up to, check out video two.