Martial Arts Honors
- 1980 Top amateur Kickboxer of the year
- 1982 Set world record for quickest knockout in kickboxing history in 9 seconds in 1st round
- 1990 Tae Kwon Do Times names Troy Dorsey Fighter of the Year
- 1991 Inducted into World Martial Arts Hall Of Fame
- 1996 Inducted into World Karate Union Hall Of Fame
- 1997 Inducted into Texas Martial Arts Hall Of Fame
- 2002 Inducted into Martial Arts Digest Hall Of Fame
- 2003 Martial Arts Digest names Troy Dorsey Fighter of the Year
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