Boards Don’t Hit Back The Legend of Bruce Lee

 

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Share in the comments below. And remember ”boards don’t hit back.”-Steve ### Photo Source: Chris Zielecki: Bruce Lee Statue, Sergio Bertolini: Bruce Lee in Enter the Dragon, Andrew Becraft: Lego Bruce Lee, Lexinatrix: Bruce Lee, Rick: Cobble Road, David-Hawkins Weeks: Marble, Alexicoitus: the fog. ‘Boards Don’t Hit Back’ and Other Bruce Lee Wisdom Bruce Lee continues to be an inspiration to millions long after his untimely passing.

While better known for his amazing martial arts ability, incredible physical prowess and acting Bruce was also a philosopher. As we lead up to Warner Brothers release of the 40th Anniversary ‘Enter The Dragon’ Blu-Ray/DVD, we take a look at another icon scene from the movie ‘Board. Bruce Lee — ‘Boards don’t hit back.’ To see what your friends thought of this quote, please sign up!A musical tribute to Bruce Lee in scenes from Enter the Dragon and Way of the Dragon.

One on one with Bob Wall(Karate) and Wang Ing Sik(TKD). Enjoy. Bruce Lee ‘Boards don’t hit back’ scene from Enter the Dragon featuring O-Hara (Bob Wall) with some Slo-Mo.

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How Good Really was Bruce Lee. As we lead up to Warner Brothers release of the 40th Anniversary ‘Enter The Dragon’ Blu-Ray/DVD, we take a look at another icon scene from the movie ‘Boards Don’t Hit Back’. Please note that if you are under 18, you won’t be able to access this site. Bruce Lee: Boards Don’t Hit Back. by Best Classic Bands Staff. One of Bruce Lee’s many memorable lines from 1973’s Enter the Dragon.

The story of the great martial artist Bruce Lee is one of inspiration and ultimately one of unfulfilled promise, as we wonder what he may have achieved in a career cut short just as he was on the cusp of true international stardom with his tremendous screen. Enter The Dragon 1973 Bruce Lee Movie The Legend Of Bruce Lee #Brucelee # kungfu #Enterthedragon. Jump to.

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List of related literature:

One show host, Joseph Lau, persuaded Bruce to overcome (once again!) his aversion to doing “tricks” and Bruce leapt, kicked, and broke four one-inch boards dangling in the air.

“Bruce Lee: Fighting Spirit: a Biography” by Bruce Thomas
from Bruce Lee: Fighting Spirit: a Biography
by Bruce Thomas
Frog, Limited, 1994

Wong used his knees to block the kick.

“Bruce Lee: A Life” by Matthew Polly
from Bruce Lee: A Life
by Matthew Polly
Simon & Schuster, 2019

While later doing promotional appearances as Kato, Lee refused to perform martial-arts tricks like breaking boards as he felt stunts like this did not correspond to martial-arts philosophy.

“100 Entertainers Who Changed America: An Encyclopedia of Pop Culture Luminaries [2 volumes]” by Robert C. Sickels
from 100 Entertainers Who Changed America: An Encyclopedia of Pop Culture Luminaries [2 volumes]
by Robert C. Sickels
ABC-CLIO, 2013

Wall next tries a spinning back kick, but Lee kicks him in the crotch before he can complete his move.

“Classic Movie Fight Scenes: 75 Years of Bare Knuckle Brawls, 1914-1989” by Gene Freese
from Classic Movie Fight Scenes: 75 Years of Bare Knuckle Brawls, 1914-1989
by Gene Freese
McFarland, Incorporated, Publishers, 2017

Although Lo Wei could claim he discovered Jackie Chan, he was unable to channel his talent.

“Historical Dictionary of Hong Kong Cinema” by Lisa Odham Stokes, Rachel Braaten
from Historical Dictionary of Hong Kong Cinema
by Lisa Odham Stokes, Rachel Braaten
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2020

But Chan was not Bruce Lee.

“The Palgrave Handbook of Asian Cinema” by Aaron Han Joon Magnan-Park, Gina Marchetti, See Kam Tan
from The Palgrave Handbook of Asian Cinema
by Aaron Han Joon Magnan-Park, Gina Marchetti, See Kam Tan
Palgrave Macmillan UK, 2018

Martial arts are the one thing that Wong doesn’t forget after bumping his head.

“City on Fire: Hong Kong Cinema” by Lisa Odham Stokes, Michael Hoover, John A. Lent
from City on Fire: Hong Kong Cinema
by Lisa Odham Stokes, Michael Hoover, John A. Lent
Verso, 1999

This is intercut with footage of interviews with Bruce (that are always dubbed wrong), interviews with other martial artists and a long, long section purporting to be the Story of Bruce Lee.

“'80s Action Movies on the Cheap: 284 Low Budget, High Impact Pictures” by Daniel R. Budnik
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by Daniel R. Budnik
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Lau recalled that in the early days of his career, most of the martial arts films employed actors with no real martial arts training and rarely hit people in films.

“China Forever: The Shaw Brothers and Diasporic Cinema” by Poshek Fu
from China Forever: The Shaw Brothers and Diasporic Cinema
by Poshek Fu
University of Illinois Press, 2008

However, the replacement (after his death) of Bruce Lee by Bruce Li, the substitution of the fake for the authentic, disturbs Kip’s enjoyment.

“Where the Boys are: Cinemas of Masculinity and Youth” by Chani Marchiselli, Murray Pomerance, Frances K. Gateward, Charlene Regester, Frances Gateward, Christian Lloyd, Christopher Ames, Cordula Quint, Reviewer Corey Creekmur, Dianne Brooks, Reviewer Gina Marchetti, Jerry Mosher, John Troyer, Mary B O'Shea, Matthew Tinkcom, Nicole Marie Keating, Patrick E White, Peter Clandfield, Steven Alan Carr, Author Steven J Schneider, Sudhir Mahadevan, Tarshia L Stanley, Author Timothy Shary
from Where the Boys are: Cinemas of Masculinity and Youth
by Chani Marchiselli, Murray Pomerance, et. al.
Wayne State University Press, 2005

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  • Ly tieu long oi may chet som tiec qua phai con song len dai voi mma choi, vo trong film msy thang tau cho, nhinmat thang ltlong thay ngao man lao ca cho roi,

  • Y U DIE SIR? BECAUSE U BECAME A THREAT 2 USA… NY NON-US RISING 2 PEAK & READY 2 MIND HIS SPEAK BECOMES AN EMINANT THREAT 2 PLEASE WATCH SIR VIN DIEASEL’ LATEST MOVIE “BLOOD SHOT” NO PUN INTENDID BUT THAT’S HOW THE KUNG FU LEGEND LOST HIS PRECIOUS LIFE & WIFE. MAY YOUR SOUL REST IN PEACE & SO DOES BRANDON LEE’S PRECIOUS SOUL (AMEN) YOUR DEVOUT FAN SAEED AHMED KHAN!

  • Unlike OTHER martial arts movies, you see little blur when Bruce Lee fights in his movies because they had to increase the film speed. Regular film speed is 24 frames per second, and there’s a couple rare clips of Bruce demos at some of Ed Parker’s karate tournaments. In those rare clips you can see how his legs and arms could disappear and reappear at regular film speed.

  • “Третьего дня сотня стояла во второй линии охранения,отчего было дозволено готовить пищу и разводить костры. В девятом часу пополудни из кустов на огни костров к охранению вышел странный японец. Весь в чёрном, дёргался и шипел. Есаулом Петровым этот японец был ударен в ухо,отчего в скорости помер”. Вывод:русские ребята не смотрите это голливудское гавно…

  • Wish Bruce was still alive, just imagine all the great action films he would have made! This movie was suppose to be his break through into the western world and Hollywood, its sad he died before he got to see how much of an impact he had on the world.

  • Cinematically Bruce’s final facial jesture of the scene was cut out. The artistry was taken for granted here and it feels like I missed the end of a movie…but it is just a fight scene not a art of life scene or anything

  • Sad some if those weighing in still dont know that the distributors of these films screwed. the titles up Big Boss Bruce lees 1st film was to be called The Chinese Connection when shipped to the US because it had to do with cocaine. In the ice so borrowing off. The French. Connection fame they called it The Chinese.connection.Fist of Fury is what gour watxhing now which needed no title change.The distributers of these films srewed it all up.

  • This Bruce Lee art was a scam. a talkative fighter. a joke. any Brazilian fighter wearing a blue jiu jitsu belt would put bruce’s bobalhão to sleep easily. long live Brazilian jiu jitsu.

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  • I don’t know why Han had to tell Bolo to give the signal to start the match. Why couldn’t he just give it himself. So inefficient.

  • UFC -999 Colosseum, Italy
    Main Event Results:

    Bruce Lee def. Chuck Norris via death (Guillotine choke) R3 8:16

    Note: Chuck Norris originally died from the submission move but Death just hasn ‘t built up the courage to tell him yet.

  • if this would have been in the 193Os, and if O’Hara would have hit a woman instead of a piece of wood, bruce lee would have replied back saying: broads don’t hit back!

  • See…if all those freed slaves in 1865 had been trained those skills that what you just saw after the Civil War and apply them to garbage racist southerners there would have never been a Civil rights movement, or a need to have a leader like Martin Luther King Jr, or a leader like Malcolm X, or the Black Panther Party….America….especially Trump, should just be glad it didn’t happen that way!!!!

  • I was an extra on this film,,and I’ll tell you a secret..this is NOT Bruce Lee’s actual speed,, he was so fast in person,,the camera couldn’t pick it up,it just looked unreal,,the director kept yelling you have to go slower. I cant see the moves..lol..this dude was blindingly fast

  • This tiny man had too much energy that couldn’t be contained within a human body.That is why he had to leave the world too early.
    His skill was beyond human ability.

  • 4:59 people tend to overate or considerate bruce lee a sacred divinity, they forget that he was human and all human make mistakes. He was arrogant and act as a he know all the secrets of the world in terms of fight. But here the series show us that sometime you need to be humble because always there are somebody better than you who has more experience and fury.

  • You do know that the alarm was not from the bell on the wall, it was from a dude on a bull horn that was alerting Doctor Klahn……

  • 3:07 when you finally get to unleash that hungry jacks double flame grilled whopper beast after its been backed up for a few solid hours

  • Ly tieu long oi may chet som tiec qua phai con song len dai voi mma choi, vo trong film msy thang tau cho, nhinmat thang ltlong thay ngao man lao ca cho roi,

  • This Bruce Lee art was a scam. a talkative fighter. a joke. any Brazilian fighter wearing a blue jiu jitsu belt would put bruce’s bobalhão to sleep easily. long live Brazilian jiu jitsu.

  • Defense is the key, defense and misdirection. People think Mike Tyson was just aggression, apparently you don’t pay attention. Mike Tyson was defense, with the right aggression with misdirection and he committed on ever punch but at the right times would commit right trough your head.

  • Bruce said i have faster hands but Chucks kicks and defense and common knowledge of The arts made us equal plus he had better stamina!!

  • This is just a movie in real life Chuck Norris can defeat anyone. Chuck Norris was suppose to die 10 years ago but death has no gathered up the courage to tell him yet.

  • Eu sei quem é o Maligno. Nasceu como homem.
    Estava ouvindo a bíblia narrada por Cid Moreira quando ouvi:
    ” Ele tem uma mecha de cabelo loiro na testa a qual não consegue tirar”.
    Procurei onde estava escrito isto na bíblia e não achei. Procurei o Cid falando isto e não encontrei.
    Não sou nada nem ninguém, mas acredito que foi uma revelação Divina.
    Quem tem uma mecha de cabelo loiro na testa, é o Donald Trump. Nunca teve outro penteado mesmo tendo muito dinheiro. Não consegue tirar.
    Mas de qualquer forma digo aos que amo:
    Morram de fome mas não coloquem a marca ou sinal da besta.
    Morram torturados mas não neguem Jesus.
    Não sei qual é a marca ou sinal, mas sei que sem ela ninguém vai comprar e nem vender. E será colocada no dorso da mão direita ou na testa.
    Nasci, cresci e vou morrer falando o nome de Jesus. Nenhum outro nome descoberto recentemente, ou há alguns anos, vai me fazer negá-lo.
    Meu Deus é o Deus de Abrão, de Isaac e de Jacó.
    Não achei certo guardar esta revelação e por isto a estou divulgando.;;;;;;

  • This was not Enter the Dragon by the way. It was called either Return of the Dragon or Way of the Dragon, depending on the country it was released in.

  • Final fight should have been Bruce Lee vs Scott Adkins: as much as I love Donnie Yen, his character (Ip Man) was older, had the beginning stages of lung cancer and was also injured in one arm. I think I do not speak only for myself when I found the final fight scene biased for Ip Man. Also, Bruce Lee winning against Adkins would have made much more sense, since he was not welcomed even in the chinese community. So, defeating a military would acknowledge him respect from both sides.

  • You do know that the alarm was not from the bell on the wall, it was from a dude on a bull horn that was alerting Doctor Klahn……

  • Everyone worships bruce lee but what did he actually do besides movies? Not saying hes bad but modern stars like Segal are good too

  • It always bothered me that in one of Bruce Li’s knockoff biopics, some guy broke a board, and Bruce broke like 3 to show off before a fight. Goes directly against his whole philosophy.

  • I was an extra on this film,,and I’ll tell you a secret..this is NOT Bruce Lee’s actual speed,, he was so fast in person,,the camera couldn’t pick it up,it just looked unreal,,the director kept yelling you have to go slower. I cant see the moves..lol..this dude was blindingly fast

  • Театрализованный по репетиции “бой”. Очевидные ляпы.. В частности при резком ударе ногой противник не отлетел бы так далеко а упал бы на месте. итд

  • I was lucky and old enough to have seen all of Bruce Lee’s movies’s at the cinema and man it was a event watching it with a audience.

  • Sorry I had a bas day. Devon Larratt was just defeated. I felt lije watching my dad getting a beat.

    At least this fake Bruce trying

  • Chuck Norris looks out of shape because he put on bulk weight to look bigger than Bruce Lee. Also, the ridiculous body hair doesn’t help matters.

  • Bruce Lee está sobre valorado hoy en día un…. Andy Hug, Fedor Emilianelko, Deontay Wilder o Mike tyson lo derrotan sin dificultades

  • Bruce Lee took a partly western/scientific approach to Martial Art. He was an excellent bridge between the east and the west. He could have gone into politics as an ambassador and positively affected world communication if he was still alive today.

  • From 2:05 to 2:12 it’s been said that ONE SCENE took 12 hours. Bruce really worked on the audience to get them to believe what he was doing.

  • Sometimes I wonder is this guy in blue stronger or the character played by Chris Collins in the movie.

    Personally I THINK this guy in blue is on par or just slightly stronger than Collins but weaker than Scott Adkins.

  • Esa h dragon �� Bharat ko yudh me dilchaspi nhi h h na akele Bharat ki baat nhi h pure universe ki economy bigad di h na aap ne h na

  • More choreography than Disney on ice….. Would have loved to see him get his ass kicked in a real fight against an mma fighter, bjj fighter, boxer etc….just another fake martial art…

  • Fuck legends, Bruce Lee was an actor that choreographed all his fights, he only has 1 documented real fight and it was with pads…HE WAS JUST A FUCKING ACTOR!!! Yes he practiced martial arts but a fighter he was not, he is more a myth then anything else. Fuck Bruce lee, if he were to meet today’s mixed martial artists in a ring he’d get folded like the little shit with an attitude he was

  • I like how this is what people refer to when they put up Chuck vs Lee together but this was clearly scripted and both of them didn’t really have the chance to actually fight each other and even if this wasn’t scripted (Which it is) this was in Chuck’s and Bruce’s earlier years so I’m guessing if Bruce was alive today the outcome would’ve been different or at least the fight would’ve been more intense

  • I have a feeling that without Bruce Lee’s legendary skills and influence, a lot of martial arts flicks(or just a lot of action flicks in general) would not be what they are.

  • Well Bruce is right,….they don’t.

    And Robert Wall just looks at him like “Whatever, I don’t care what you think. I was just trying to intimidate you”.

  • After that nunchaku seen in 1973 Black mothers in ghettos across the nation were lookin for their broomsticks!!!..After I found my older brothers homemade “chico sticks” under his mattress I didn’t wanna be left out so I made my own!!! And that was years before I actually began studyin martial arts in 1979!!!..that shit is for real fool!!!

  • Bruce Lee took a partly western/scientific approach to Martial Art. He was an excellent bridge between the east and the west. He could have gone into politics as an ambassador and positively affected world communication if he was still alive today.

  • I would put this fight scene the best (bar none, of all time) of all martial art movies. Though ‘Way of the Dragon’ (not ‘Enter the Dragon’ as the title of this clip incorrectly labelled, and, this is NOT a sequel to ‘Enter the Dragon’ either, it was made before that), on the whole, is likely the second worst Bruce Lee gong-fu movies (The Big Boss the worst). This fight scene was mostly filmed in Golden Harvest’s soundstage in Hong Kong, using Rome’s Colosseum shots as backdrop screens.

    This is the second movie Lee and Norris worked together, and their skill as true martial artists in the fight choreography, certainly shows. Also, this is the first (and only) movie that Lee worked on as a true filmmaker (actor, director and producer), again though the movie as a whole was not any sort of artistic achievement, Lee’s talent as a film maker shines through with this scene. Not just the fight choreography, but also all the filmmaking elements – the dramas within, photography, sound effect, editing, etc. Oh yes, even the cat! Given him more time to live, I’m quite sure that Lee would turn out to be a very good filmmaker.

    Joe Lewis said publicly many times that Lee originally wanted him to be in this role, but he did not want to be Lee’s human bunching bag in public, and turned it down. Sour grapes? Maybe. But I respect Lewis’ courage. Appearance in this movie certainly did not hurt Norris either. Norris and Lee were good friends in real life, and Norris’ achievement in martial art should not be slighted, as the high level (belt colour) karate tournaments in those days were actually not ‘touchless’. Many fights ended up with broken body parts.

    Lee’s first American girl friend Amy Sanbo (of Seattle) commented that Lee was really talented in dancing. She should know as she majored in dance at University of Washington and a professional dancer afterwards. According to scholars, martial art and dancing did have a common origin in Chinese history, and many consider the shadow boxing routines in almost all schools of Chinese martial art a sort of dancing.

    Lee’s cha-cha skill is a bit exaggerated, if anyone watches his cha-cha dance clips (of the old Cantonese movies) online. And at least one credible source had disputed his Hong Kong cha-cha champion claim. Lee’s habit in white lies was legendary, a case-in-point was his claim to have majored in philosophy at University of Washington. He majored in drama. I agree with Albert Goldman (1927-1994) who said in his 1983 Penthouse article that Lee was a fortune-cookie philosopher. So, folks, don’t take Lee’s philosophy too seriously, he was a darn good actor and a superb martial artist, a street fighter, not a philosopher.

    Lee’s hand speed is legendary, but so do many boxers and martial artists. Too much is made of about camera needed to be slowed down to show what Lee did, the same is also true (slowing down the camera) for most professional punchers – Ali, Sugar Ray, Triple G, just to name a few. It’s just a common technique used to show thing move very fast.

    Throughout China’s long history, there were many game-changers in martial art. And, like it or not, Lee was but only one of them, and he was/is still part of the Chinese martial art family, part of the Chinese culture. Yes, martial art is part of Chinese culture. Seriously.

  • See…if all those freed slaves in 1865 had been trained those skills that what you just saw after the Civil War and apply them to garbage racist southerners there would have never been a Civil rights movement, or a need to have a leader like Martin Luther King Jr, or a leader like Malcolm X, or the Black Panther Party….America….especially Trump, should just be glad it didn’t happen that way!!!!

  • He was at his peak of himself in Enter the dragon in terms of fighting. The fastest and strongest version of himself physically at that time.

  • Here is a breakdown of Bruce Lee’s famous real life fight footage, and how it reflects his philosophies of fighting (Jeet Kune Do): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqGe5-ZOyIY

  • Bruce was Ruthless yet compassionate. My All time favorite. The Best of Best..Always. 5:42..i have rewound and watched a trillion times lol!

  • That speed though….when you have that much speed fighting must be a lot easier than it is for others….nobody talks about his right hook either….Asians like Bruce and Pacquiao seem to throw beautiful right hooks…whiplash like

  • Why do most Chinese movies named Enter Something? Enter The Dragon, Enter The Monk Chamber, Enter The Snake Cave, Enter The Vagina?

  • I love it that Chuckles is wearing adidas. I got my first pair in the 70s. Stan Smith wS was the most popular style for both boys and girls. I just had to buy in the men’s department

  • SURE THIS CAME FROM THE MOVIE ENTER THE DRAGON…BECAUSE I HAVE THAT MOVIE AND I DON’T REMEMBER SEEING THIS FIGHT SCENE..THAT’S THE MAIN REASON WHY I GOT THE MOVIE AND I DIDN’T SEE THIS SCENE IN IT.. I WILL GO BACK AND LOOK AT THE MOVIE AGAIN AND SEE IF IT’S THERE..

  • hey stupid person scrolling through the comments while the video is playing. watch the damn video dont just scroll through the damn comments

  • There’s a Chinese guy here on YouTube, Yuen Wah, that claims he did the stunts for this movie: e.g. the jump at the beginning of the movie when the monks have the jump showdown display, and the scenes on this video clip, are done by this guy, not Bruce lee. Does anyone know anything about this?

  • That speed though….when you have that much speed fighting must be a lot easier than it is for others….nobody talks about his right hook either….Asians like Bruce and Pacquiao seem to throw beautiful right hooks…whiplash like

  • Loved seeing Chuck get his ass kicked.Sorry but never liked him.Thought he was so over rated..Bruce was and still is and will always be the best..He was perfection..

  • I would put this fight scene the best (bar none, of all time) of all martial art movies. Though ‘Way of the Dragon’ (not ‘Enter the Dragon’ as the title of this clip incorrectly labelled, and, this is NOT a sequel to ‘Enter the Dragon’ either, it was made before that), on the whole, is likely the second worst Bruce Lee gong-fu movies (The Big Boss the worst). This fight scene was mostly filmed in Golden Harvest’s soundstage in Hong Kong, using Rome’s Colosseum shots as backdrop screens.

    This is the second movie Lee and Norris worked together, and their skill as true martial artists in the fight choreography, certainly shows. Also, this is the first (and only) movie that Lee worked on as a true filmmaker (actor, director and producer), again though the movie as a whole was not any sort of artistic achievement, Lee’s talent as a film maker shines through with this scene. Not just the fight choreography, but also all the filmmaking elements – the dramas within, photography, sound effect, editing, etc. Oh yes, even the cat! Given him more time to live, I’m quite sure that Lee would turn out to be a very good filmmaker.

    Joe Lewis said publicly many times that Lee originally wanted him to be in this role, but he did not want to be Lee’s human bunching bag in public, and turned it down. Sour grapes? Maybe. But I respect Lewis’ courage. Appearance in this movie certainly did not hurt Norris either. Norris and Lee were good friends in real life, and Norris’ achievement in martial art should not be slighted, as the high level (belt colour) karate tournaments in those days were actually not ‘touchless’. Many fights ended up with broken body parts.

    Lee’s first American girl friend Amy Sanbo (of Seattle) commented that Lee was really talented in dancing. She should know as she majored in dance at University of Washington and a professional dancer afterwards. According to scholars, martial art and dancing did have a common origin in Chinese history, and many consider the shadow boxing routines in almost all schools of Chinese martial art a sort of dancing.

    Lee’s cha-cha skill is a bit exaggerated, if anyone watches his cha-cha dance clips (of the old Cantonese movies) online. And at least one credible source had disputed his Hong Kong cha-cha champion claim. Lee’s habit in white lies was legendary, a case-in-point was his claim to have majored in philosophy at University of Washington. He majored in drama. I agree with Albert Goldman (1927-1994) who said in his 1983 Penthouse article that Lee was a fortune-cookie philosopher. So, folks, don’t take Lee’s philosophy too seriously, he was a darn good actor and a superb martial artist, a street fighter, not a philosopher.

    Lee’s hand speed is legendary, but so do many boxers and martial artists. Too much is made of about camera needed to be slowed down to show what Lee did, the same is also true (slowing down the camera) for most professional punchers – Ali, Sugar Ray, Triple G, just to name a few. It’s just a common technique used to show thing move very fast.

    Throughout China’s long history, there were many game-changers in martial art. And, like it or not, Lee was but only one of them, and he was/is still part of the Chinese martial art family, part of the Chinese culture. Yes, martial art is part of Chinese culture. Seriously.

  • Bruce said i have faster hands but Chucks kicks and defense and common knowledge of The arts made us equal plus he had better stamina!!

  • Bruce lee: “boards dont hit back”
    Me:….”ooh yes they did.. they just to fast you cant see it, try to punch it”
    Bruce lee: (punch the board)
    the board destroyed
    Bruce lee: “see?”
    Me: “amazing… now, do you feel pain on your fist after you punch it?”
    Bruce lee: “of course I do, i little bit”
    Me: “thats how the board fight back… you punch it, you destroyed it, but it will leave a pain in you.. that is what will called Bad Karma”

    Bruce lee: (speechless) “I should put that into my next film”

    Sadly bruce lee is dead

  • Eu sei quem é o Maligno. Nasceu como homem.
    Estava ouvindo a bíblia narrada por Cid Moreira quando ouvi:
    ” Ele tem uma mecha de cabelo loiro na testa a qual não consegue tirar”.
    Procurei onde estava escrito isto na bíblia e não achei. Procurei o Cid falando isto e não encontrei.
    Não sou nada nem ninguém, mas acredito que foi uma revelação Divina.
    Quem tem uma mecha de cabelo loiro na testa, é o Donald Trump. Nunca teve outro penteado mesmo tendo muito dinheiro. Não consegue tirar.
    Mas de qualquer forma digo aos que amo:
    Morram de fome mas não coloquem a marca ou sinal da besta.
    Morram torturados mas não neguem Jesus.
    Não sei qual é a marca ou sinal, mas sei que sem ela ninguém vai comprar e nem vender. E será colocada no dorso da mão direita ou na testa.
    Nasci, cresci e vou morrer falando o nome de Jesus. Nenhum outro nome descoberto recentemente, ou há alguns anos, vai me fazer negá-lo.
    Meu Deus é o Deus de Abrão, de Isaac e de Jacó.
    Não achei certo guardar esta revelação e por isto a estou divulgando.;;;;;;

  • Bruce Lee could do a left kick just as powerful as his right kick so it’s unpredictable where the opponent would stand to defend himself just like what he had shown in this fighting scene… so very rare that some martial artists could do that up to this time.

  • I didn’t know much about bruce lee. except this movie.  but a shame him and his son Brandon  both had high movie careers. I really like Brandon  in the CROW awesome ass movie

  • Fuck legends, Bruce Lee was an actor that choreographed all his fights, he only has 1 documented real fight and it was with pads…HE WAS JUST A FUCKING ACTOR!!! Yes he practiced martial arts but a fighter he was not, he is more a myth then anything else. Fuck Bruce lee, if he were to meet today’s mixed martial artists in a ring he’d get folded like the little shit with an attitude he was

  • Chuck noris has a very fixed fighting method Karate which is less flexible but Bruce lee action is more fluid harmony and focus…

  • After that nunchaku sequence towards the end of that scene in 1973, Black Mothers in ghettos across America came up missin their broomstick handles!!!..After I found my older brother’s improvised ghetto “chico sticks” under his mattress, all bets was off!!!..everybody was kung fu fightin!!!

  • Bruce Lee could do a left kick just as powerful as his right kick so it’s unpredictable where the opponent would stand to defend himself just like what he had shown in this fighting scene… so very rare that some martial artists could do that up to this time.

  • What ooooooowww!!! Bruce is and was a badass, in all aspects of his life. I have tried to find his flaws outside the movies and could not find enough to warrant bad mouthing him. He is a true legend.

  • From 2:05 to 2:12 it’s been said that ONE SCENE took 12 hours. Bruce really worked on the audience to get them to believe what he was doing.

  • I love it that Chuckles is wearing adidas. I got my first pair in the 70s. Stan Smith wS was the most popular style for both boys and girls. I just had to buy in the men’s department

  • Wish Bruce was still alive, just imagine all the great action films he would have made! This movie was suppose to be his break through into the western world and Hollywood, its sad he died before he got to see how much of an impact he had on the world.

  • Cinematically Bruce’s final facial jesture of the scene was cut out. The artistry was taken for granted here and it feels like I missed the end of a movie…but it is just a fight scene not a art of life scene or anything

  • If he was alive today and his prime he be world champion and untouchable best fighter ever he’s in a different league to anybody awesome fighter

  • There’s a Chinese guy here on YouTube, Yuen Wah, that claims he did the stunts for this movie: e.g. the jump at the beginning of the movie when the monks have the jump showdown display, and the scenes on this video clip, are done by this guy, not Bruce lee. Does anyone know anything about this?

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  • If he was alive today and his prime he be world champion and untouchable best fighter ever he’s in a different league to anybody awesome fighter

  • Sometimes I wonder is this guy in blue stronger or the character played by Chris Collins in the movie.

    Personally I THINK this guy in blue is on par or just slightly stronger than Collins but weaker than Scott Adkins.

  • Here is a breakdown of Bruce Lee’s famous real life fight footage, and how it reflects his philosophies of fighting (Jeet Kune Do): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqGe5-ZOyIY

  • I kinda feel sorry for O’Hara. I mean Bruce already had him beat when he kicked him in the neck. it seem like he just decided to stomp in his chest just for G P.
    or perhaps he was thinking THIS IS FOR MY SISTER!! TODAY I SETTLE ALL FAMILY BUSINESS

  • I kinda feel sorry for O’Hara. I mean Bruce already had him beat when he kicked him in the neck. it seem like he just decided to stomp in his chest just for G P.
    or perhaps he was thinking THIS IS FOR MY SISTER!! TODAY I SETTLE ALL FAMILY BUSINESS

  • Delete the part of the title that has ” (HD)”. this OBVIOUSLY is NOT HD. 640×480 is STANDARD definition.
    HD resolution BEGINS..at 1280x720p.

  • Театрализованный по репетиции “бой”. Очевидные ляпы.. В частности при резком ударе ногой противник не отлетел бы так далеко а упал бы на месте. итд

  • Y U DIE SIR? BECAUSE U BECAME A THREAT 2 USA… NY NON-US RISING 2 PEAK & READY 2 MIND HIS SPEAK BECOMES AN EMINANT THREAT 2 PLEASE WATCH SIR VIN DIEASEL’ LATEST MOVIE “BLOOD SHOT” NO PUN INTENDID BUT THAT’S HOW THE KUNG FU LEGEND LOST HIS PRECIOUS LIFE & WIFE. MAY YOUR SOUL REST IN PEACE & SO DOES BRANDON LEE’S PRECIOUS SOUL (AMEN) YOUR DEVOUT FAN SAEED AHMED KHAN!

  • There are some weird added Nunchaku sound effects in this, that the original movie didn’t have..  I prefer the original Nunchaku sounds.  There are a lot of modifications to the soundtrack in this clip, but those extra “bird wing” fluttering sounds kind of ruin it for me.

  • More choreography than Disney on ice….. Would have loved to see him get his ass kicked in a real fight against an mma fighter, bjj fighter, boxer etc….just another fake martial art…

  • 1:19 1:26 this is Jackie Chan when he had his appearance in one of Bruce Lee’s movie
    2:26 another Jackie Chan appearance, a scene in this move where Bruce have almost hit Jackie with a stick, one inch away from his face and after that scene, Bruce came to Jackie and asked him if it hurted him and if he was okay

  • Bruce was Ruthless yet compassionate. My All time favorite. The Best of Best..Always. 5:42..i have rewound and watched a trillion times lol!

  • 5x slower you can hear the OG punch effect before Bruce Lee hits O’Hara. Wasn’t sound supposed to travel slower than light? Bruce Lee is just so godly that he can reverse basic science.

  • Better than Donnie Yen’s fight against the “black belts”. Bruce is intense and actually has a personality. Fist of Fury is an overall better film than all three Ip Mans.

  • Everyone worships bruce lee but what did he actually do besides movies? Not saying hes bad but modern stars like Segal are good too

  • Bruce lee: “boards dont hit back”
    Me:….”ooh yes they did.. they just to fast you cant see it, try to punch it”
    Bruce lee: (punch the board)
    the board destroyed
    Bruce lee: “see?”
    Me: “amazing… now, do you feel pain on your fist after you punch it?”
    Bruce lee: “of course I do, i little bit”
    Me: “thats how the board fight back… you punch it, you destroyed it, but it will leave a pain in you.. that is what will called Bad Karma”

    Bruce lee: (speechless) “I should put that into my next film”

    Sadly bruce lee is dead

  • Final fight should have been Bruce Lee vs Scott Adkins: as much as I love Donnie Yen, his character (Ip Man) was older, had the beginning stages of lung cancer and was also injured in one arm. I think I do not speak only for myself when I found the final fight scene biased for Ip Man. Also, Bruce Lee winning against Adkins would have made much more sense, since he was not welcomed even in the chinese community. So, defeating a military would acknowledge him respect from both sides.

  • Delete the part of the title that has ” (HD)”. this OBVIOUSLY is NOT HD. 640×480 is STANDARD definition.
    HD resolution BEGINS..at 1280x720p.

  • Esa h dragon �� Bharat ko yudh me dilchaspi nhi h h na akele Bharat ki baat nhi h pure universe ki economy bigad di h na aap ne h na

  • It always bothered me that in one of Bruce Li’s knockoff biopics, some guy broke a board, and Bruce broke like 3 to show off before a fight. Goes directly against his whole philosophy.

  • After that nunchaku seen in 1973 Black mothers in ghettos across the nation were lookin for their broomsticks!!!..After I found my older brothers homemade “chico sticks” under his mattress I didn’t wanna be left out so I made my own!!! And that was years before I actually began studyin martial arts in 1979!!!..that shit is for real fool!!!

  • Pure universe ko Pta corona kaha se nikla h na akela Bharat nhi pura universe h koi attack nhi kr rha na hi aapke country ke peoples ki life maang rha jurmana mang rha h universe h na economy bigadi uska aur death hue unki choddo peoples ki death hue unhe chodddo h na harjana chahiye universe ko h na

  • 1:19 1:26 this is Jackie Chan when he had his appearance in one of Bruce Lee’s movie
    2:26 another Jackie Chan appearance, a scene in this move where Bruce have almost hit Jackie with a stick, one inch away from his face and after that scene, Bruce came to Jackie and asked him if it hurted him and if he was okay

  • Scene blows my.mind now, it must’ve been like an earthquake when it was first released. Shame Bruce never got to see the success, that he so richly deserved.

  • Who carries a wooden board around, brings it into the arena and then breaks it in front of his opponent? What was he thinking? Was that supposed to be intimidating? He awkwardly holds that board, making us feel sorry for him and then, after he breaks it, he was so intimidated by Lee’s unimpressed look that he forgot to say, “Tada!” Pathetic…

  • 5x slower you can hear the OG punch effect before Bruce Lee hits O’Hara. Wasn’t sound supposed to travel slower than light? Bruce Lee is just so godly that he can reverse basic science.

  • 3:07 when you finally get to unleash that hungry jacks double flame grilled whopper beast after its been backed up for a few solid hours

  • After that nunchaku sequence towards the end of that scene in 1973, Black Mothers in ghettos across America came up missin their broomstick handles!!!..After I found my older brother’s improvised ghetto “chico sticks” under his mattress, all bets was off!!!..everybody was kung fu fightin!!!

  • if this would have been in the 193Os, and if O’Hara would have hit a woman instead of a piece of wood, bruce lee would have replied back saying: broads don’t hit back!

  • This is just a movie in real life Chuck Norris can defeat anyone. Chuck Norris was suppose to die 10 years ago but death has no gathered up the courage to tell him yet.

  • He was at his peak of himself in Enter the dragon in terms of fighting. The fastest and strongest version of himself physically at that time.

  • Too slow. No power, no techniques, bad coreograph. Sorry. Not even on Bruce level.

    Still even below Jacky Chan, Jet Lee Donny Yen, Tony Jaa & Iko Uwais.

  • hey stupid person scrolling through the comments while the video is playing. watch the damn video dont just scroll through the damn comments

  • Defense is the key, defense and misdirection. People think Mike Tyson was just aggression, apparently you don’t pay attention. Mike Tyson was defense, with the right aggression with misdirection and he committed on ever punch but at the right times would commit right trough your head.

  • I don’t know why Han had to tell Bolo to give the signal to start the match. Why couldn’t he just give it himself. So inefficient.

  • ( CHUCK NORRIS, ) CHALLENGE ( BRUCE LEE, FOR, REAL ).!!!!!. IN A PRIVATE ( FIGHT ).!!!!. [ LASTED TWO, MINUTES.BASE ON THE MASTERS, THAT WERE THERE!!!!.. SEE THERE TESTIMONYS. AND [ MASTER, JIM KILLEY ].
    ��������…….NEVER, EVER REGAIN, HIS CHAMPIONSHIP.!!!!!!!.

  • What ooooooowww!!! Bruce is and was a badass, in all aspects of his life. I have tried to find his flaws outside the movies and could not find enough to warrant bad mouthing him. He is a true legend.

  • if this would have been in the 193Os, and if O’Hara would have hit a woman instead of a piece of wood, bruce lee would have replied back saying: broads don’t hit back!

  • I like how this is what people refer to when they put up Chuck vs Lee together but this was clearly scripted and both of them didn’t really have the chance to actually fight each other and even if this wasn’t scripted (Which it is) this was in Chuck’s and Bruce’s earlier years so I’m guessing if Bruce was alive today the outcome would’ve been different or at least the fight would’ve been more intense

  • Awesome video. It is like a finger pointing away to the moon, don’t concentrate on the finger or you will miss all of that heavenly glory. ☝️

  • This is Garbage! Bruce Lee is Bruce Lee and America is [email protected]! This is propaganda for Chinese Tyranny! Bruce Lee was loved by us and was good not as a chump but as a vital part of our respect for something the Chinese Government cannot and will never [email protected]@! Just as Hong Congers and [email protected]@! Chinese mainland Government will do anything to make the world outside its control a poison! Dont be fooled, follow the true PATH!

  • Pure universe ko Pta corona kaha se nikla h na akela Bharat nhi pura universe h koi attack nhi kr rha na hi aapke country ke peoples ki life maang rha jurmana mang rha h universe h na economy bigadi uska aur death hue unki choddo peoples ki death hue unhe chodddo h na harjana chahiye universe ko h na

  • Too slow no one can ever be Bruce Lee he was one of a kind it would be hard to even try to computer generate Bruce, the best I’ve seen is the ping pong with the nunchucks. There can be only one ��

  • Scene blows my.mind now, it must’ve been like an earthquake when it was first released. Shame Bruce never got to see the success, that he so richly deserved.

  • I have a feeling that without Bruce Lee’s legendary skills and influence, a lot of martial arts flicks(or just a lot of action flicks in general) would not be what they are.

  • if this would have been in the 193Os, and if O’Hara would have hit a woman instead of a piece of wood, bruce lee would have replied back saying: broads don’t hit back!

  • This tiny man had too much energy that couldn’t be contained within a human body.That is why he had to leave the world too early.
    His skill was beyond human ability.

  • Chuck noris has a very fixed fighting method Karate which is less flexible but Bruce lee action is more fluid harmony and focus…

  • UFC -999 Colosseum, Italy
    Main Event Results:

    Bruce Lee def. Chuck Norris via death (Guillotine choke) R3 8:16

    Note: Chuck Norris originally died from the submission move but Death just hasn ‘t built up the courage to tell him yet.

  • I didn’t know much about bruce lee. except this movie.  but a shame him and his son Brandon  both had high movie careers. I really like Brandon  in the CROW awesome ass movie

  • “Третьего дня сотня стояла во второй линии охранения,отчего было дозволено готовить пищу и разводить костры. В девятом часу пополудни из кустов на огни костров к охранению вышел странный японец. Весь в чёрном, дёргался и шипел. Есаулом Петровым этот японец был ударен в ухо,отчего в скорости помер”. Вывод:русские ребята не смотрите это голливудское гавно…

  • SURE THIS CAME FROM THE MOVIE ENTER THE DRAGON…BECAUSE I HAVE THAT MOVIE AND I DON’T REMEMBER SEEING THIS FIGHT SCENE..THAT’S THE MAIN REASON WHY I GOT THE MOVIE AND I DIDN’T SEE THIS SCENE IN IT.. I WILL GO BACK AND LOOK AT THE MOVIE AGAIN AND SEE IF IT’S THERE..

  • Awesome video. It is like a finger pointing away to the moon, don’t concentrate on the finger or you will miss all of that heavenly glory. ☝️

  • ( CHUCK NORRIS, ) CHALLENGE ( BRUCE LEE, FOR, REAL ).!!!!!. IN A PRIVATE ( FIGHT ).!!!!. [ LASTED TWO, MINUTES.BASE ON THE MASTERS, THAT WERE THERE!!!!.. SEE THERE TESTIMONYS. AND [ MASTER, JIM KILLEY ].
    ��������…….NEVER, EVER REGAIN, HIS CHAMPIONSHIP.!!!!!!!.

  • Well Bruce is right,….they don’t.

    And Robert Wall just looks at him like “Whatever, I don’t care what you think. I was just trying to intimidate you”.

  • Loved seeing Chuck get his ass kicked.Sorry but never liked him.Thought he was so over rated..Bruce was and still is and will always be the best..He was perfection..