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Hello, everyone as the title suggests, this post is all about Bruce Lee. Bruce Lee in my mind continues to be the undisputed greatest martial artist of all time! The things he was able to do, the people he influenced like multiple time world kickboxing champion Joe Lewis who mentioned in a youtube video how Bruce Lee made him a better champion. Bruce’s influence has been felt all over the world for the last 55 years! So, with that being said enjoy the video and please do not hesitate to like share and subscribe.
MY ULTIMATE INSPIRATION IN THE MARTIAL ARTS. BRUCE LEE I LOVE HIM LIKE AN UNCLE I WAS TOLD BED-TIME STORES ABOUT BUT NEVER MET. In this video Bruce demonstrates his Kung Fu techniques which are just to fast to avoid.
Greetings everyone. For those of us who grew up in the 70’s and 80’s we are fully aware of the powerful influence of Bruce Lee and that he was not “just an actor”. I find such a notion preposterous. He has had such a powerful affect on my life as a martial artist that I would need a separate post to share all the ways. However, I am not going to go deep into his fighting ability in this post. I simply want to show how much his influence has shaped our entertainment over the decades from the 70’s to modern times. I present to you 14 Bruce Lee archetypes that we have all watched in cartoons or played in video games. Feel free to share your thoughts.