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PostPosted: Wed Mar 15, 2006 1:19 pm
by chawpchawp
Jet Li, that is all :razz

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 15, 2006 3:04 pm
by Eubedyen
arielyn wrote:dude. how can you even put bruce lee in with steven segal and jean claude van damme?

oh and on a side note, you spelt all three of their names wrong


As far as Bruce Li it is spelled the correct way.The Americans are the ones whom made it Bruce Lee as far a Segals i used Steve for short :spank

PostPosted: Mon Mar 27, 2006 9:19 am
by Rhamel
WTF no Chuck Norris?!?! j/k I voted for Bruce all the way! :thumbup

PostPosted: Mon Mar 27, 2006 11:01 am
by Angyish
jet li. that guy would destroy just about anyone. h

PostPosted: Fri Apr 14, 2006 7:32 am
by Lang
Bruce Lei is the best, Jon Cluade is just a twinkle toe dancer that was tought screen fighting for movies.

Steven Stagaugh will be second

even though both are actors they both created there own martial art styles.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 14, 2006 1:27 pm
by arielyn
actually...

i have to put my vote in for
Tony Ja

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 15, 2006 11:53 am
by Eubedyen
arielyn wrote:actually...

i have to put my vote in for
Tony Ja


ahhh thats y u drunk all the time.so you can practice those moves

We talking about film or RL?

PostPosted: Sun May 14, 2006 10:32 pm
by Naiin
If we talking about RL Martial Artiist, its hands down Wong Fei-Hung (Huang Fei-Hong). If we are talking film, its Kwan Tak-Hing, who ironicly enough is famous for his portrayals of Wong Fei-Hung.

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0477107/

PostPosted: Sun May 14, 2006 11:19 pm
by Serano
Isn't there a fei hung playing in EQ? or is that a retired guild member?

PostPosted: Mon May 15, 2006 6:20 pm
by Naiin
Dunno, there is a "Yakkie Chan" tho lol and you might already know he's a monk!! :sword:

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PostPosted: Wed May 24, 2006 6:51 am
by Criploc
Eubedyen wrote:
arielyn wrote:dude. how can you even put bruce lee in with steven segal and jean claude van damme?

oh and on a side note, you spelt all three of their names wrong


As far as Bruce Li it is spelled the correct way.The Americans are the ones whom made it Bruce Lee as far a Segals i used Steve for short :spank




As a Bruce Lee fan from way back and one that tried to be like Bruce(not Mike), I cant allow him to be mis-represented like that. :spank
Bruce Lee NEVER went by the name of Bruce Li. The real Bruce Li along with Bruce Le were Bruce Lee look-a-likes that starred in many chop em up flicks after Bruce Lee's death in 73. Both these guys played in numerous movies pretending to be Bruce Lee.

Bruce Lee was born Bruce Lee Jun Fan Yuen Kam. His fathers name was Hoi-Chuen Lee. Over the years Bruce would also be known/credited as Little Dragon Lee, Siu-Lung Lee, Yam Lee, Xiaolong Li, Lee Siu Lung or Bruce Lee Siu-Lung.....but NEVER as Bruce Li.


So I had to vote for "OTHER" - that other being Bruce Lee.

PostPosted: Wed May 24, 2006 12:25 pm
by Ceruis
Chuck Norris hands down.

PostPosted: Wed May 24, 2006 12:31 pm
by Naiin
LOL.... well I guess if all you have ever eaten is crap, then crap tastes good....... try some martial arts caviar..... *cough Shaw Brothers


EVERYFILM they made.... even the bad ones.... beat Chuck Norris' ass. Bruce Lee is the only human being that can even approach some of the Shaw Brothers actors..... WONG FEI HUNG FTW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

PostPosted: Wed May 24, 2006 6:18 pm
by Xanaii
First of all it's Bruce Lee dammit! lol. Second of all. Being a semi-amateur kickboxer, a martial artist, is just that....An Artist. This includes all forms of Martial matters. Whether on movie screens or in competitions. But for me true Martial Arts are where true skills in Martial activites are shown, which is competitions.

I think Joe Lewis is the all time greatest Martial Artist. He is a 10th Degree Blackbelt Grandmaster.

Here is a quote since I don't want to write it all down myself.

In his era as a heavyweight World Champion fighter and martial artist, Joe Lewis has done it first and done it best. Of the millions of people who have participated in the martial arts since their inception in the United States in 1948, only a few have had a measurable impact with the general public...and Joe Lewis, 57, the retired World Heavyweight Karate Champion from Wilmington is one of them.
Dubbed the "Muhammed Ali of his sport," Lewis is to Karate what Arnold Schwarzeneger is to body building. In a career that spanned 17 years, he won more titles in his era , set more records and instituted more innovations than anyone in the history of Sport Karate.
Lewis began his training in Okinawa studying with three instructors: Eizo Shimabuku, Kinjo Chinsaku and Seiyu Oyata and he also studied with the late great Bruce Lee. He received his Black Belt in Shorin Ryu and studied several different styles. He never believed in "style" to him they were all the same..."punching and kicking."
Lewis was a member of the first combat unit in Viet Nam, 8th Marine Brigade, 1965. One of the first Americans to teach Hand to Hand Combat in Viet Nam working with Division Recon.
Lewis has been inducted into 13 various Halls of Fame to include the Black Belt Hall of Fame as "Fighter of the year" and "Instructor of the year." His greatest accolade, however, came in 1983 when in a Karate Illustrated survey of America's top fighters, he was chosen by his peers as "The Greatest Karate Fighter of All Time." Lewis is best known for being World Champion in 2 separate sports, Karate and Kickboxing, plus being the founding father of Kickboxing in the Western Hemisphere.

And there you have it. Proof my good buddy, pal, friend, amigos. Proof.

:guitar :bluejump :punch: :bluejump :guitar

PostPosted: Wed May 24, 2006 6:37 pm
by Bilnick
I though Chris Farley in Beverly Hills Ninja was pretty good.