Bruce Lee was the best because of several reasons.
- He grew up fighting on the streets. Street fighting is very different than tournament fighting and is not controlled or sports-like. The mental strength required to willingly involve in a street fight makes one far more dangerous than a fighter inside a tournament ring.
- His physical fitness. He could probably outfight anyone, in terms of sheer endurance and stamina.
- Power and Speed. His ability to generate power in his punches and kicks and his have yet to be equaled to this day, over 40 years after his death!
- He was way ahead of his time. His training routine, his fitness, his emphasis on using simple and effective techniques alone, his incorporation of elements from other styles, his attitude to fighting and self defense in general, made him an all round fighting machine. Unlike fighters of today who have one predominant technique, he trained every part of his body to be useful. Maybe he wouldn't ...more
My dear friend I have been the fan of Bruce lee for more then thirty five year, in all those years I have been doing research about his achievements, now I say that I have done Phd on the subject once I have concluded that one should not compare Bruce lee with human, the level he achieved is only comparable with most dangerous animal like leopard, male aggressive baboon monkey, a very fast snake, etc, if you understand these animals, I am sure with bare hand no person can fight with these beast because of there techniques and abilities, likewise for a normal human it was not possible to fight with Bruce lee as he had the abilities of most dangerous animals, if you agree with me then you would also say that Bruce lee was the best of martial artist this world could have. Moreover extraordinary people don't have very long life.
I can't believe the doctor gave him poison when he had back pain. That actually killed him. I just wish Bruce Lee was still alive so I could learn from him.
Bruce Lee is a man of legend. He could do one fingered push-ups. One armed pull-ups. He was too fast so on film they had to have him slow down and speed up the camera. He created Jeet Kune Do and pretty much brought martial arts to America. He was the highest paid actor in the world at that time. He was invincible and never lost a fight in his life besides when he used to get beaten up when he was a kid before he started martial arts. To show his speed he would ask you to put a coin in your hand and he'd step a few feet away. He said as soon as they saw him move to close their hand immediately. There'd be a blur and when yo opened your hand the coin would be replaced with a different one and Bruce would be standing behind you with the coin you originally had. He was so strong he could do the legendary one-inch punch where he would punch about an inch away from someone's chest and send them flying backwards. Most strong people use punching bags that weigh about 150. And it would be ...more
I can't really say that bruce is the best ever, but he is the best that I have ever seen. People often compare bruce to jet li, jackie chan, chuck Norris, some even say he was just an actor, I haven't seen ANYONE perfect the one inch punch the way bruce demonstrated, I haven't seen ANYONE with the punching power or the kicking power the bruce had, and if he wasn't that good why are we still talking about him? Where did mixed martial arts come from? Who was the first mixed martial artist? Bruce was in a class all by himself! He's been dead over thirty years and martial artist still can't do what he did so easily back then, WHY?... In my eyes he was and still is the GREATEST!.. (Be Like Water! )
Bruce Lee is #1 hands down. Anyone who would disagree obviously is not aware of his abilities. It is a fact that Bruce Lee's speed was like no other. There were times when Bruce Lee was challenged in a street fight and Bruce Lee was victorious without his opponent even landing a single hit on him. No one can do Bruce Lee's one-inch punch like he could. Not to mention, Bruce Lee did not use normal punching sandbags. The normal weight of a punching sandbag is about 75 lbs. Some heavier sandbags weigh about 150 lbs. Bruce Lee used a specially made 300 lbs sandbag. Additionally, it was filled with metal instead of sand. There is no one and perhaps never will be anyone ever as good as Bruce Lee.
I strongly agree I've heard people say that Jackie Chan would beat Bruce Lee and I just laugh I've seen so many videos of Bruce Lee doing amazing things I mean if catching a single rye out of mid air with a pair of chop sticks or lighting a match out of mid air with nun Chuck's isn't impressive I don't know what is and besides that he was so fast cameras couldn't keep up with his speed and he could six inch punch a man and knock him 10 foot backwards he was the best fighter to ever live in my opinion
Bruce Lee was a man of true skills and expanded his mind in what martial arts is all about. He dedicated himself to be the best of the best, but at the same time he taught and express in detail to his friends, students and the world that he was the real deal. Bruce expressed himself mentality and physically, and there will never be another Bruce Lee. He was the Dragon.
I believe Bruce Lee was the greatest martial artist of the 20th Century. He's my most favorite martial artist and his films are successful. If anyone tried to make a fool out of him, he's going to kick your butt and mess you up. If he alive, I could have train with him and I should talk to him about his life, his career, how he was first interested in martial arts, and his films because I am a martial artist and I was a huge Bruce Lee fan.
Bruce was more than just a fighter. He revolutionized martial arts by finding the fastest and most efficient ways to defeat an enemy, instead of following traditions that only handicapped other fighters. He was also willing to take in students of any race, which suggests that he was not only ahead of his time in fighting, but also in ethics and philosophy.
Bruce lees the best of the best. Jackie chan is awesome and funny, jet li is strong and his skills are sharp, tony jaa is flexible, an acrobatic beast, extremely fast, Donnie yen is power ful and strong, sammo hung is strong and can take a hit, and chuck Norris is just strong and powerful. Bruce lee is all those guys combined into one. His speed, flexibility, acrobatic, powerful and strong, and funny is amazing. No one can imitate my idol!
Bruce Lee is a legend! He hast trained hard and long to become superior, and he is! He is are extremely fast, strong, agile, and what he does in the movies is just half of what he can do in real life! Also, Bruce Lee is one of the most (if not the most) influential martial artists of all time, without him there would be no Jackie Chan or Jet Li. To top it of, he not only became a star for himself, but how people viewed asians and showed that asians are more than just steriotypical people! All thanks to Bruce Lee!
No one will ever compare to the king of martial arts. He's the best and #1 Martial Arts Master heck, GrandMaster of all time. He's the only GrandMaster who studied martial arts for about 20 years. He learned faster than any other martial artist, he had the speed, skill, strength, concentration, determination and perseverance that no other martial had or has to this day or will ever have in the future.
I personally feel that the opinion of all those who are of the opinion that Bruce was not the absolute "BEST" does not count, since they do not know what they are talking about and are probably those who want to go against, no matter what. My humble advice to them, just take a look at the videos of Bruce Lee's training and demonstrations, you WILL change your lopsided opinion.
I feel that the pure philosophy of Bruce Lee Ranks him as the best, he was a true martial artist and a true teacher, always willing to teach anyone who wanted to learn, I feel that there is true potential in everyone if they followed his philosophys and didn't see race, sex, creed and treated everyone as equal.
His Bruce Lee, his not just an actor, he had to do his moves slowly so that the camera could see what he was doing, his that fast, he did one hand push-ups only on his thumb and index finger displaying power and hardcore training. Nobody can compete with him. Nobody.
All the greatest martial artist of all time have agreed to the fact that there was only one bruce lee. he was the pioneer of his time. he took martial art way ahead of his time. MMA was his idea. He gave the philosophical thoughts over martial arts. All the world champions of his time, trained under him. BRUCE LEE IS THE BEST
Bruce Lee taught martial arts to James Garner, Steve McQueen, James Coburn, Kareem Adbul-Jabbar, Joe Lewis, and Dan Inosanto. Bruce Lee is the best. His fighting style is called Jeet Kune Do and Bruce translate the style called The Way Of The Incepting Fist. He is the only person who can do a two finger push up. His films are successful. He is truly #1 and he has the speed. No other martial artist can't defeat him. He died so young and he was a strong and powerful fighter. If you want to see his sidekick, just watch Way of the Dragon and Enter the Dragon. He study Wing Chun with his teacher Yip Man. His spirit will live forever. Many people challenge Bruce. When his taught martial arts to his students, a challenger came to Bruce and said to him that he has to close his school down because he don't want him to teach non-Chinese, but Bruce said he can teach anyone. Bruce defeat him. Bruce was the greatest martial artist.
Bruce lee is the best because he inspired me into becoming a good martial artist and he did it so well that I'm 8 years old and I'm almost a red belt and I've only been doing martial arts for 3 years and if people doubt him I'm going to show how hard I've work because of such awesomeness that made me want to do martial artist
Yes, Bruce Lee is truly the best and greatest martial artist of all time, no one compares to him. He brought miracles of magic to all martial arts and idolization, admiration and mentoring to all martial artists.
Bruce Lee learned 1 art from Yip Man and made so many others! If he were to fight in today's age he without a doubt be the deadliest man on the planet! He was the best in his time, I only wish he was young and around now to show his speed, discipline, power & evacuation!
The combination of unreal speed and presence of mind was unbeatable. Pound for pound, he was stronger than anyone else and his reflexes were cat like. I have seen many fights in my life as having grown up in the San Francisco area, in the 70's- 80's, and have never seen anyone fast enough to beat him.
I've been involved in martial arts most of my life and Bruce has always been one of my idols trust me Bruce was a true fighter with amazing strength and agility there is no doubt Bruce is the greatest martial artist that ever lived hands down
Bruce Lee is the number one... Any time the world ends... He is the name of Martial art.. No one can attains his level... I love him because he is the inspiration in me and all with lots love and care... We all praying for his second birth as Bruce Lee again
No one and I mean no one can match the speed, agility, strength, power and smartness of Bruce Lee, no question the greatest martial artist and fighter of all time. He is also the person who bridged the gap between east and west society both in martial arts and film
He was an best fighter in the world. No one can able to reach his fighting skills. He is the only man who able create a new hybrid type of martial arts,its nearly impossible by an ordinary person. He was always must be treated as fighting legend forever. He is only person who reaches highest form of physical fitness. He has only 1% of fat in his body. He have readed More than 2000 martial arts books to achieve the success. He EVER LOOSES a single fight through his life time. He was legendary and no one can't able reach his Level. Bruce is GREATEST fighter in the world.
The greatest martial artist in history without a shadow of a doubt the fastest one nobody could see him or touch him the unrivaled one his legend will live forever as the best in history of martial arts.