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I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, ……….

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I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times……..

Some thing more about Bruce Lee

  • Born place of Bruce Lee’s was San Francisco.
  • Bruce Lee was a Hong Kong American martial artist, action film actor, martial arts instructor, philosopher, filmmaker, and the founder of Jeet Kune Do. Lee was the son of Cantonese opera star Lee Hoi-Chuen.
  • At the age of 13 he was taught “wing chun” by Grandmaster “Y”Ip Man
  • Film directors had to shoot Bruce Lee’s fight scenes at 32 frames per second instead of the usual 24 because he was so fast and to make them seem more realistic!
  • Bruce Lee was one of Hong Kong’s most prominent child actors, with 20 movies to his name by the time he was 18.
  • The San Francisco Giants eradicated their Seagull problem with a Red Tailed Hawk named “Bruce Lee.”
  • Bruce Lee died from an allergic reaction to a pain killer.
  • When asked who would win in a fight to the death, Chuck Norris once said “Bruce [Lee] of course, nobody can beat him.”
  • Bruce Lee was part German (his mother is half German).
  • Bruce Lee was known to be a great Cha-Cha dancer. He had won the Hong Kong Cha-Cha Championship in 1958
  • . Yip Man who taught Bruce Lee opened his own martial arts school so that he could afford opium.
  • Bruce Lee was able to perform 50 reps of one-arm chin-ups and it has been said that he performed pushups with upto 125lb of weight on his back. He only weighed approx. 130lbs
  • Bruce Lee’s secret hobby was writing poetry, and he was actually pretty good at it.
  • There was a cultural phenomenon called Bruceploitation, in which numerous Bruce Lee look-alikes starred in cheap knock-off movies to cash in on the obsession with Lee after he died
  • Jackie Chan began his film career as a stuntman in the Bruce Lee films, Fist of Fury and Enter the Dragon.
  • Bruce Lee kicked a man so hard that it broke a bystander’s arm when the man fell into him.
  • Bruce Lee’s first notable film (Golden Gate Girl) was shot in the USA, but wasn’t released in the USA until 5 years after it was released in China. He was just 1 at that time.-
  • . Bruce Lee’s last movie (Game of Death) contains footage of his actual funeral with close ups of Lee in his coffin.
  • Bruce Lee had the ability to catch a grain of rice in mid-air with chopsticks
  • . A statue of Bruce Lee was placed in Mostar, Bosnia because he was something that all ethnicities liked and could agree on. The statue was later vandalized and destroyed.
  • Bruce Lee was a fan of The Great Gama, the only undefeated wrestler in the world. Great Gama’s career spanned 50 years.
  • Bruce Lee’s kicks were so fast that while filming for one scene in Enter the Dragon, they had to re-film it in slow motion (34 frames) so that it wouldn’t appear fake.
  • . Bruce Lee’s speed in terms of reacting + punching from a distance of three feet away was found to be around five hundredths of a second (0.05 second).
  • Bruce Lee brought Kung Fu to Hollywood. He died at just 32 years of age, but his legacy still remains.
  • Bruce Lee was a big Muhammad Ali fan and used to would watch his fights on film obsessively.
  • In 1962, Bruce lee landed 15 punches, a kick and knocked out his opponent in a fight that lasted only 11 seconds
  • Bruce Lee had the ability to snatch a dime off a person’s open palm before they could close it, and leave a penny behind.
  • It was determined that Bruce Lee’s speed to react and punch from a distance of three feet away was five hundredths of a second
  • Bruce Was The 1958 Hong Kong Cha-Cha Champion
  • He Was Too Fast For Cameras



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