Bruce Lee’s One Inch Punch

Before there was Jet Li, before there was Jackie Chan (but not by much since they starred together in Enter the Dragon), there was Bruce Lee.  Bruce was a legit badass, the creator Jeet Kune Do, and an early proponent of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA).  He was the only good thing about the TV show “The Green Hornet” (called the Kato Show in Hong Kong), and had Burt Ward having panic sweats when the Batman / Green Hornet crossover show was first slated to happen.  And for good reason – no one who had seen Bruce Lee in action would believe for a single second that Robin could hold his own against Kato. 

Those people aren't spectators.  They're witnesses to an impending murder.

Those people aren’t spectators. They’re witnesses to an impending murder.

Bruce wasn’t a giant, but he knew how to hit like one.  Look at the jackhammer power he delivers from his legendary one inch punch.

Do Not Fuck With The Dragon.

 

It’s not the size of the dog in the fight.  It’s the size of the fight in the dog.

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