Category Archives for Jeet Kune do

The True Essence of Jeet Kune Do: Bruce Lee in Longstreet

Published by ABC, compiled by MJ  Longstreet is an American crime drama series that was broadcast on the ABC TV channel in the 1971-1972 season. A 90-minute pilot movie of the same name aired prior

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‘There Is No Opponent’ – Conor McGregor On Bruce Lee’s Philosophy

Published by MindSmash To anyone who’s studied Bruce Lee’s personal life, we know he would spend much of his time in isolation studying various martial arts and Eastern philosophy, always

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Grandmaster William Cheung Talks About Master Bruce Lee

Written by Grandmaster William Cheung Every martial artist would like to know how and what made Bruce Lee such a devastating fighter. Even though a lot of people associated with Bruce Lee or many claimed

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RARE Bruce Lee Footage With Family & Friends

Published by mrShinichiKud0 I have seen a lot of so called ‘RARE’ Bruce Lee footage, but this one is one of the RAREST with Bruce spending quality time with his family and friends, including

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Sammo Hung’s Controversial Fight With Bruce Lee

Published by Beerdy – Bruce Lee Central Sammo Hung talks about how he met Bruce Lee and the CONTROVERSIAL fight they had before he eventually was cast for Bruce Lee’s last movie, ‘Enter

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RARE: ‘The Last Interview’ with Bruce Lee and Ted Thomas

Published by TraditionalMMA Checkout this rare 14 minute interview between Bruce Lee and British journalist, Ted Thomas for Hong Kong Radio in 1971, where Bruce talks about philosophy and fighting, dropping

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Bruce Lee’s Mother: No One Dared to Mess With Our Family Because…

Published by Beerdy – Bruce Lee Central Checkout this rare interview on the ‘Good Night America’ TV show with Bruce Lee’s mother, Grace Lee and his elder brother, Robert Lee,

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A Look at Bruce Lee’s Library

Published by Jeet Kune Do Library Bruce Lee is known to have had over 2,500 books in his own personal library. He had books on many topics: from nutrition to bodybuilding, to guides on mental mastery

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Rare Dean Martin and Sharon Tate Fight Scenes Choreographed by Bruce Lee

Written by Lak Loi, In the 1967 movie ‘The Wrecking Crew’, Bruce Lee choreographed fight scenes for the two main stars, namely Dean Martin and Sharon Tate who take on a bunch of bad guys. You

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James Bond on How Bruce Lee Died

Published by Beerdy – Bruce Lee Central   George lazenby is famously known for playing James Bond.  However, not a lot of people know that he also played roles in a lot of Kung Fu movies

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