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10/13/19 3:55 PM
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that bag's 300+ lbs and filled with stainless steel ball bearings, that's straight from a first generation L.A Chinatown student.

10/13/19 4:17 PM
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FatBuddha - You guys step in the truth yet ignore it like staring at a finger and missing all the moon's heavenly glory. I'll keep following Bruce's example and be ready for a street attack. Feel free to continue your giddy ignorance and not be able to defend yourself or family when it counts.

Lol

10/13/19 8:07 PM
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Any of you guys hear about the controversy regarding Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood when he had "Bruce Lee" lose a dojo-fight to a Hollywood stuntman/toughguy played by Brad Pitt?!?!?
10/13/19 8:22 PM
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i went to see the movie on that alone. The character of cliff was based in part on gene lebell

10/13/19 10:14 PM
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FatBuddha - You guys step in the truth yet ignore it like staring at a finger and missing all the moon's heavenly glory. I'll keep following Bruce's example and be ready for a street attack. Feel free to continue your giddy ignorance and not be able to defend yourself or family when it counts.
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10/13/19 10:32 PM
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Fuckiing Brad Pitt kicked his ass.

10/13/19 10:38 PM
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Indeed! And if bruce has taught us anything, it's that movie choreography is the appropiate medium to use when evaluating skill.

10/13/19 10:56 PM
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de braco -

Indeed! And if bruce has taught us anything, it's that movie choreography is the appropiate medium to use when evaluating skill.

Even using this metric he sucked. His movies are terrible. Jackie chan or fuck your mother. 

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Indeed! And if bruce has taught us anything, it's that movie choreography is the appropiate medium to use when evaluating skill.


If de braco taught us anything, it's that we should ignore the evidence of our own eyes and every fighter who took lessons from and sparred with him, as well as the countless champs from Tyson, to Sugar Ray Leonard, to Jon Jones, to Conor McGregor who attest that he's legit and an inspiration to them and how they move and fight.

But we'll take your biased opinion instead LMAO.
10/13/19 11:00 PM
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Serious question: Were you beaten by a small Chinese man? Who hurt you? Did a Chinese girl reject you? Did a JKD man intercept your sloppy grappling attempts and knock you out? It's OK. Life goes on. Many have fallen to the hands of Bruce's disciples and those who follow the way.
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FatBuddha -
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Indeed! And if bruce has taught us anything, it's that movie choreography is the appropiate medium to use when evaluating skill.


If de braco taught us anything, it's that we should ignore the evidence of our own eyes and every fighter who took lessons from and sparred with him, as well as the countless champs from Tyson, to Sugar Ray Leonard, to Jon Jones, to Conor McGregor who attest that he's legit and an inspiration to them and how they move and fight.

But we'll take your biased opinion instead LMAO.

don't take it too far, you might find yourself too far out to get back

10/13/19 11:02 PM
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FatBuddha -
de braco - 

Indeed! And if bruce has taught us anything, it's that movie choreography is the appropiate medium to use when evaluating skill.


If de braco taught us anything, it's that we should ignore the evidence of our own eyes and every fighter who took lessons from and sparred with him, as well as the countless champs from Tyson, to Sugar Ray Leonard, to Jon Jones, to Conor McGregor who attest that he's legit and an inspiration to them and how they move and fight.

But we'll take your biased opinion instead LMAO.

don't take it too far, you might find yourself too far out to get back


That makes about as much sense as your other posts.
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El_Geronimo_de_Gato - 
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Indeed! And if bruce has taught us anything, it's that movie choreography is the appropiate medium to use when evaluating skill.

Even using this metric he sucked. His movies are terrible. Jackie chan or fuck your mother. 


Sure kid, Bruce Lee "sucked", LMAO
10/13/19 11:16 PM
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FatBuddha -
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FatBuddha -
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Indeed! And if bruce has taught us anything, it's that movie choreography is the appropiate medium to use when evaluating skill.


If de braco taught us anything, it's that we should ignore the evidence of our own eyes and every fighter who took lessons from and sparred with him, as well as the countless champs from Tyson, to Sugar Ray Leonard, to Jon Jones, to Conor McGregor who attest that he's legit and an inspiration to them and how they move and fight.

But we'll take your biased opinion instead LMAO.

don't take it too far, you might find yourself too far out to get back


That makes about as much sense as your other posts.

the Dunning–Kruger effect is a cognitive bias in which people mistakenly assess their cognitive ability as greater than it is. It is related to the cognitive bias of illusory superiority and comes from the inability of people to recognize their lack of ability.

the troll angle isn't cunning or amusing

10/13/19 11:28 PM
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FatBuddha -
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FatBuddha -
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Indeed! And if bruce has taught us anything, it's that movie choreography is the appropiate medium to use when evaluating skill.


If de braco taught us anything, it's that we should ignore the evidence of our own eyes and every fighter who took lessons from and sparred with him, as well as the countless champs from Tyson, to Sugar Ray Leonard, to Jon Jones, to Conor McGregor who attest that he's legit and an inspiration to them and how they move and fight.

But we'll take your biased opinion instead LMAO.

don't take it too far, you might find yourself too far out to get back


That makes about as much sense as your other posts.

the Dunning–Kruger effect is a cognitive bias in which people mistakenly assess their cognitive ability as greater than it is. It is related to the cognitive bias of illusory superiority and comes from the inability of people to recognize their lack of ability.

the troll angle isn't cunning or amusing

How dare you! BUM ! 

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FatBuddha -
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FatBuddha -
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Indeed! And if bruce has taught us anything, it's that movie choreography is the appropiate medium to use when evaluating skill.


If de braco taught us anything, it's that we should ignore the evidence of our own eyes and every fighter who took lessons from and sparred with him, as well as the countless champs from Tyson, to Sugar Ray Leonard, to Jon Jones, to Conor McGregor who attest that he's legit and an inspiration to them and how they move and fight.

But we'll take your biased opinion instead LMAO.

don't take it too far, you might find yourself too far out to get back


That makes about as much sense as your other posts.

the Dunning–Kruger effect is a cognitive bias in which people mistakenly assess their cognitive ability as greater than it is. It is related to the cognitive bias of illusory superiority and comes from the inability of people to recognize their lack of ability.

the troll angle isn't cunning or amusing


The de-braco effect i.e. projection is where one misattributes their own foolishness to others and completely misreads another's motives. You can always go back to school - no need to project onto others your own insecurities and lack of ability. Bruce was a master of philosophy and positive psychology. You would do well to study his life's work before it's too late for you.

This isn't a troll, but if it was, 17,500 views would prove your contentions false as to its amusing or cunning nature. Think bro. If this was Enter the Dragon Bruce would smack you across the head like that young Chinese boy who seemed mentally challenged when Bruce asked him a question.
10/14/19 12:15 AM
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that's a good one! Bruces' life work was hashish, coke, steroids and whoores. I've studied two of the four a good bit

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that's a good one! Bruces' life work was hashish, coke, steroids and whoores. I've studied two of the four a good bit


And gold Cadillac's.
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There are a lot of things that the nay-sayers on this thread don't know about BL.

1) What did he used the devices built for him by James Y. Lee for?

2) What did he use self-hypnosis for?

3) How did he enable the ability to hold a 70lb barbell out at arm's length for almost a minute and why?

4) How did he make his scapula bulge out as they did in the scene in Return of the Dragon in the Colosseum scene, and why?

5) How and why did he develop the ability to poke a hole in a 1970s era coke can?

6) What method did he use to take a new technique just shown to him, such as a difficult kick by Hayward Nishioka and come back the next day and do it better than he did?

Who else has starred in a movie that was made for $850,000 and has now made more than $450,000,000? Nobody.

 

10/14/19 11:20 AM
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^ if mental illness could assume text form, that is how it would manifest.

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a difficult kick from hayward nishoka, the judoka?

 

Here's where melba toast is getting his "facts" apparently

 

The 9 World Records created by Bruce Lee, No one can beyond on him yet

 

Bruce Lee, formerly known as Lee June Fan, born in 1940 in San Francisco, California, He was a martial arts pioneer and philosopher, UFC Pioneer, the founder of Jeet Kune Do and the super kung fu movie star, he was also the first global promoter of Chinese Kung Fu and the first Chinese actor in Hollywood.

 

Bruce Lee’s 5 movie in Hong Kong had broken multiple records, in these films, ‘The Way of the Dragon’ breaking the box-office records in Asia, and the world's total box office of the film ‘Enter the Dragon’ which cooperating with Hollywood had achieved 230 million dollars.

 

Furthermore, so far, as an outstanding Martial Artist, Bruce Lee’s 9 World Records still no one can beyond.

 

1. He could kick 45KG a sandbag by a side kicking.

 

2. Using the nunchaku knocking out 1600 pounds’ force.

 

3. Bruce Lee could hit a 9-punch in only 1 second and a 150-pound man could be fallen back 5-6 meters to the ground by his One-inch Punch.

 

4. He could easily insert the fingers into an unopened can of Coca - Cola.

 

5. Punching a power of 350 pounds, Muhammad Ali was achieved such records, but the weight of Bruce Lee is only 130 pounds and Ali’s weight is 260 pounds, not the same heavyweight.

 

6. Bruce Lee could kick 6 legs in one second and use his signature move "Step side kick ", kicking away a 200 pounds man about 20 meters, falling into the pool.

 

7. Bruce Lee could do about 1500 push-ups in a row by two hands and can do 400 push-ups in a row by one hand; he could also do about 200 push-ups by two-finger of one hand and can do up to 100 by the thumb of one hand.

 

8. He could kick a 135 kg- gunny-bag to the height of one - story house, about 5 meters.

 

9. He could hold the 34-kilogram barbell straight arm out in front, hold for 20 seconds after stretching out his arm, then take back; He can hold 56 kg barbell flat and stop for a minute.   

 

If Bruce Lee was still alive, he should have played the roles such as the mister, decadent man, the middle age uncle and so on, look at the following pictures, he indeed had this potential.

 

 

DJ enthusiast Bruce Lee.

 

Some people may not know that Bruce Lee was 1958 Hong Kong cha - cha champion.

 

Bruce Lee was training at home

 

 

Bruce Lee’s strong muscles, austere lines and incredible power all represented a unique power and momentum, his muscle mass is unparalleled which was due to his insistent endeavor.

 

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Amaz Lee His fatest puching record in 1 second.

2 Years Ago Wednesday, November 30, 2016

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Lee My God my Ambishan

2 Years Ago Sunday, January 15, 2017

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King rb Big fan of bruce lee...

2 Years Ago Thursday, February 9, 2017

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Andy Kings A massive Bruce's fan but some facts are so exaggerated here. Keep it real he was after all flesh and blood and paid the price for thinking he wasn't.

2 Years Ago Sunday, May 7, 2017

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VICKY replys Andy Kings : HEY U R  NOT KNOW ABOUT BRUCE LEE AND HIS AMAZING SKILLS  SO DONT SASY ABOUT HIM OK. IF U CANT GIVE RESPECT HIM SO DONT SAY NOTHING ABOUT HIM .

 

 

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10/14/19 12:14 PM
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I never understand the "cult-like" following of Bruce Lee. Or how he was acknowledged to be a great MMA fighter, YET never fought.

Also, he wasn't the first to cross-train a striking/grappling art. He was years off from being the first.
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Wasn't he just the first super talented and marketable martial arts enthusiast to get that sort of mainstream exposure in media and in film in the west? That has to naturally come with all of the legendary rumors, stories, etc. There has to be a first of everything like Elvis, then everybody copies the formula and gets better.

When I say first, he's the first I can think of when thinking of martial arts movies as a kid of the 80's.