"Strike first, strike hard, no mercy!"
— Chain Belt Dojo's motto
Chain Belt Dojo
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Type Dojo
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Location Dimmsdale
Inhabitants Francis

The Chain Belt Dojo is a place that appears in The Fairly OddParents: The Next Generation where people study kung-fu. It is owned and operated by Francis after he was released from prison. Similar to the 1990 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie where Shredder recruits troubled children and orphaned kids in teaching them Ninjutsu to do his biddings, Francis teaches karate to troubled kids (kids who have a dysfunctional family, who have a dark and troubled childhood, children with abusive and neglectful parents, runaway children, children living on a street or street children and kids who have a bad family life), like Charlie Amber, and uses them for his operations. Also, he attempted to create an army and use them to get revenge on Gravito for putting him in prison. It is also the place where Francis lives as he is homeless after his house is destroyed and was replaced by the Martin Mansion.

Prior to recruiting the kids and teaching them karate, Francis trained himself harder for 4 months first to become a karate master and come up with new karate skills and tricks.

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  • The dojo was an old abandoned warehouse before Francis arrived and turned it into a dojo.
  • The Chain Belt Dojo is named after the chain belt that Francis had in the Fairly OddParents episode "Kung Timmy" when he fought against Timmy.
  • The Chain Belt Dojo uses the same teachings and motto as the Cobra Kai in the 1984 movie The Karate Kid.
  • The exterior and entrance to the dojo look similar to the entrance of Paddy's Pub from the adult sitcom It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
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