Bruce Lee – The martial artist who carved a niche for himself in movies, was an icon who will never quite fade away.
There’s no doubt that Bruce Lee was a legendary Kung Fu practitioner and the best martial artist of all time. Even though the artist lived a tragically short life of just 32 years, he proved his worth to the entire world. Today, on his birth anniversary we remember the legacy that he left behind.
It’s been more than 44 years since he left this world and there’s practically no one who doesn’t know about this prodigy. No other martial artist has influenced the art the way Lee did. His remarkable contribution to martial arts is valued even today and it is argued that Mixed Martial Arts wouldn’t have existed if it wasn’t for him. He even developed his own martial arts which he named Jeet Kune Do (translated: the way of the intercepting fist).
Often there’s an inevitable question – who’d ever stand against Bruce Lee if fought till death? And the name after ‘vs’ has always been a blank. Jackie Chan, Chuck Norris and Jet Li are three martial artist, who are more often than not, compared to Lee. However, even they themselves don’t think they stand a chance against Lee. “I don’t think I could have beaten him in a fight, and I wouldn’t have been dumb enough to try,” Chan said in his autobiography. When Chuck Norris was asked if he and Bruce fought to death, who would win, Chuck replied without thinking, “Bruce, of course. Nobody can beat him.”
Bruce Lee was undefeatable. His speed, intelligence and control over his mind and body earned him the reputation that he has, till date. Lee once said “Having no limitation should be your limitation” and we don’t think anyone has ever been so true to their words. There’s no one like Bruce Lee and there ever won’t be.
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