Has Jet Li ever met Bruce Lee?


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Now purely theoretically: Take Arnold Schwarzenegger, Dolph Lundgren, Bruce Willis, Sylvester Stallone, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Steven Seagal, Bruce Lee, Chuck Norris, Jet Li, Jackie Chan, Wesley Snipes, The Rock, Jason Statham, Vin Diesel, Mel Gibson, Tony Jaa and Mickey Rourke, and put them against each other in their respective top form in a huge arena. Who would win? Now not in the film, but in real life.

I don't really know. Arnie, Sly, The Rock or Lundgren would certainly have a strength advantage, but the knowledge of martial arts with Lee, Li, Jaa, Snipes or Seagal would certainly not be to be despised either. In any case, I would bet the least money on Gibson and Willis. They are only the heroes in their films ...

In the end, I would probably end up with Bruce Lee or Seagal.

I don't think Norris would have bad cards as he is both a great striker and a great grappler. However, I believe that several people would work together to eliminate the greatest danger first.

A 1: 1 comparison would be much more interesting, because in a mass brawl everyone can hit a lucky punch or secure other advantages. In any case, I think Schwarzenegger is the weakest, regardless of the fight mode.

Mel Gibson. He is insane. Or Bruce Lee.

By the way, I want to see the film. Well, not like the Steve Austin thing.

What thing with Steve Austin? The death row inmates?

I think Lundgren should have good cards. As mentioned, he not only has the strength advantage, but also has martial arts knowledge. Rourke, on the other hand, should halfway through boxing and Statham just swims away! Although ... jumping off the one-meter board is not much of an art either! :O

Norris or Seagal if there are 1 on 1 fights.

What thing with Steve Austin? The death row inmates?

I think Lundgren should have good cards. As mentioned, he not only has the strength advantage, but also has martial arts knowledge. Rourke, on the other hand, should halfway through boxing and Statham just swims away! :O

Rourke failed miserably as a boxer, how should he have a chance against true martial artists like Lee, Li, Norris, Van Damme or Segal ?! ;-)

"The Condemned" with Steve Austin. I don't know what it's called in German. In any case, it was far too predictable and somehow unsatisfactory. Although I think this "battle royale" idea is basically pretty cool.

So I don't give a chance at all, because as far as I know there is no / hardly any martial arts background: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Sylvester Stallone, Mel Gibson

Underdog Chances: Jason Statham, Mickey Rourke, Wesley Snipes, The Rock, Tony Jaa, Jackie Chan, Jet Li, Dolph Lundgren.

Good odds: JCVD, Steven Seagal, Chuck Norris

My top pick: Bruce Lee

Then watch "The Hunger Games"! Jennifer Lawrence> Steve Austin! : salook:

In any case, Gibson, Diesel, Rourke and Willis should be the first to fall. Arnold will probably not be able to do it too long before he runs out of batteries. Likewise Stallone and The Rock, because like Arnie they only have big muscles. Then kickboxers Snipes and Van Damme are due, followed by Lundgren. Towards the end, the Asian front made up of Li, Jaa and Chan switches off the lights for each other, whereupon there should be a three way with Norris, Lee and Seagal in the finale.

I am just wondering why everyone sees such good opportunities for Seagal. To me it seems one-dimensional and wooden. In addition, as one hears, he is not supposed to be a particularly good fighter (Gene LeBell, JCVD).

I am just wondering why everyone sees such good opportunities for Seagal. To me it seems one-dimensional and wooden. Also, as you might hear, he is not supposed to be a particularly good fighter (Gene LeBell, JCVD).
A Seagal young in top shape is a very dangerous fighter. The fact that JCVD ​​claims he is not a good fighter is because Seagal claims the same thing about him. They can't really smell each other. But an aikido grandmaster is not to be underestimated.

Otherwise I would see Bruce Lee as the most dangerous, as he not only brings extreme precision, but is also incredibly fast. I don't think Norris, van Damme, Lundgren or Statham would have a chance.

Dolph Lundgren for doing smart, dirty tricks. He would probably throw acid around him. ;)

What struck me is that in the past people with a real martia arts background were still used for action roles. Today, however, less and less. Bodybuilders, rappers, wrestlers (: D) XY or someone who is too stupid for real acting is taken, shown a few moves by a professional and then tied to a few tightrope.

A Lundgren would bring characters like Kellan Lutz down to earth in no time at all.

I don't think Bruce Lee or Chan would have such a good chance because they just don't weigh too much. Then 1 roundhouse kick from JCVD ​​is enough and then it's over, unless Lee always lands the first blows and doesn't get any. :boxer:

Again, I wouldn't underestimate Stallone, because besides Muckis he always lived his roles for a while, be it as Rocky or as a combat specialist Rambo. He must have taken a lot with him, while I doubt with Arnie and Co. that they could use any skills they may have learned. : p

I would bet my money on Bruce Lee, he is the Godfather of MMA after all. Willis and Schwarzenegger would be the first to give up the spoon.

A Seagal young in top shape is a very dangerous fighter. [...] But an aikido grandmaster is not to be underestimated.

: ie:

Even if I think he's awful as an actor .. You don't need to discuss his martial arts background: Broken neck:

Bruce Lee and Chuck Norris would first outclass the rest and then compete against each other. The fight would then end like this (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FUfuZJI9LK4).

P.S .: Segal has the 7th Dan in Aikido, he can't be as bad as van Damme claims.

I'm not an expert, but my tip would be Bruce Lee.
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I don't know some of the candidates but that doesn't matter because Bruce Lee dismantles them all: sasmokin:

I don't know some of the candidates but that doesn't matter because Bruce Lee dismantles them all: sasmokin:

Give me any person in the world and let me train them. With the right tactics, any of these could be able to defeat Bruce Lee. You just mustn't act like you're losing anyway!

Give me any person in the world and let me train them. With the right tactics, any of these could be able to defeat Bruce Lee. You just can't act like you're losing anyway!

But I'd like to find out the tactics. We are talking about a fair 1 on 1, without lousy tricks, right?

But I'd like to find out the tactics. We are talking about a fair 1 on 1, without lousy tricks, right?

No It was more of an insider, for people who happily discussed in the current Bundesliga matchday thread. ;-)

With this choice, I bet my money on Lee or Segal.

But personally I am still missing Scott Adkins in the round. I would also trust the guy to succeed.

I had also considered Adkins, but IMO it wouldn't get much further than Van Damme or Snipes.

That would be something of a Galileo experiment, in which art experts analyze the styles of the individual people and then make a prognosis about who will be left in the end. : D

Would you like to have the whole thing as a tournament? I would do that too. :)

That would be something of a Galileo experiment, in which art experts analyze the styles of the individual people and then make a prognosis about who will be left in the end. : D

I've seen something like that at DMAX, but it was about the most effective martial art itself and I think the ninja master was ahead of the game in the end.

So I'm counting on Michael Dudikoff. :boxer:

Would you like to have the whole thing as a tournament? I would do that too. :)

Can you get enough guys there?

edit: Although it would be fine, not all of them have to have an MMA background. Then you could nominate a Brad Pitt yourself. ;-)

edit No. 2: I could also imagine a kind of character tournament, so not Arnie vs. Stallone but Conan vs. Rambo. Although there could be stink, because maybe you can't compare them after all.

edit: Although it would be fine, not all of them have to have an MMA background. Then you could nominate a Brad Pitt yourself. ;-)

I would think of some criteria for the nomination phase in order not to have half of Hollywood in the tournament. : D
It's supposed to be about action heroes.

I would do the whole thing in EM / WM mode, so first a group phase, then knockout mode.
In the duels you vote for your favorite, although it would of course be nice if the voting wasn't just based on sympathy. But you can't prevent that. ;)

As a decision-making aid, I will also collect some information from IMDB, Wiki, etc. to show you the person's sporting background. Maybe a Youtube link here and there. Let yourself be surprised. ;)

EDIT: I think we've already had a character tournament, haven't we?

EDIT: I think we've already had a character tournament, haven't we?

I'm overwhelmed by that, but that was just a quick thought of mine and I think it would even have disadvantages, because then you could decide which film you like better and that shouldn't be the point.

Otherwise I'll be there. : ie:

I see the main problem in the fact that there are very different types.
Willis is an actor. He's also made action films but never claimed to be a fighting machine in real life. Just like Gibson and also Stallone and Schwarzenegger.
I see all the Asian people more as artists and stuntmen than real fighters. They would probably be done with us normal citizens of Otton, but I think they would have their problems with a good amateur boxer because he doesn't stop and wait until it's his turn to be knocked down like the opponents in the film.
Segal and Norris are real martial artists. Norris was even world champion once, so he'll be able to do something.
Rock and JCVD ​​are difficult to gauge. From the actors they should blow everyone and maybe also one or the other of the Asian group but then it should be over.

EDIT: I think we've already had a character tournament, haven't we?

We already had action films and action characters (hero / villain), yes.

Rock and JCVD ​​are difficult to gauge. From the actors they should blow everyone and maybe also one or the other of the Asian group but then it should be over.

You misjudge JCVD. Black Belt Karate with a remarkable fight record in semi-contact karate of 41-4 and 18-1 (18 KO) in kickboxing. :cool:

If Willis and Co. fall out quickly, it doesn't matter. It's a Just 4 Fun number. Then, depending on my mood, I would write a little match history. :)

I've seen something like that at DMAX, but it was about the most effective martial art itself and I think the ninja master was ahead of the game in the end.

So I'm counting on Michael Dudikoff. :boxer:


Whereby "ninja" is not a fighting style, but more like a job title! ;)

But I had totally forgotten about Dudikoff. Can what? Other than that, I think of Mark Dacascos ("Pact of the Wolves") and Gary Daniels (among others, Austin's henchman in "The Expendables").

Whereby "ninja" is not a fighting style, but more like a job title! ;)

Well, for me a ninja is someone who does ninjitsu, so you can see that as a fighting style somewhere.

I don't know some of the candidates but that doesn't matter because Bruce Lee dismantles them all: sasmokin:

Give me any person in the world and let me train them. With the right tactics, any of these could be able to defeat Bruce Lee. You just can't act like you're losing anyway!




: Broken neck: Before that, a very VERY entertaining thread. This fine point gave me the rest.

I would be there at a tournament!

edit No. 2: I could also imagine a kind of character tournament, so not Arnie vs. Stallone but Conan vs. Rambo. Although there could be stink, because maybe you can't compare them after all.

Yes, there is a stink. Machine gun vs. sword usually doesn't turn out so well for the sword;)

Well, for me a ninja is someone who does ninjitsu, so you can see that as a fighting style somewhere.

NinjUtsu;) But of course you are absolutely right with the statement, since Ninjutsu is based on the teachings of the ninja schools.

Was that one of those fight science episodes by any chance? There is (at least in part) a lot of nonsense in there. You can't seriously compare a roundhouse kick with a front kick and a capoeira spinkick in terms of punching power, these are three completely different starting situations.

But I had totally forgotten about Dudikoff. Can he what? Otherwise, I remember Mark Dacascos ("Pact of the Wolves") and Gary Daniels (among others, Austin's henchman in "The Expendables").

I think of BOLO YEUNG, David Bradley, Cynthia Rothrock: boxer :, Billy Blanks, Mr. Miyagi and Daniel La Russo: boxer: and and and. ;)



Was that one of those fight science episodes by any chance? There is (at least in part) a lot of nonsense in there. You can't seriously compare a roundhouse kick with a front kick and a capoeira spinkick in terms of punch, these are three completely different starting situations.

Well it was definitely not a highly scientific project, but just such a hyped show with a lot of blah blah to fill an hour. I mean what is a ninja fighter without all his weapons? An elegant cat. I think that was also the result of it all, that a ninja fighter should have the best sense of balance. ;)

A ninja is just an assassin who lives a lot from the element of surprise. 1 on 1 against a samurai in full armor would have had little chance.

Well it was definitely not a highly scientific project, but just such a hyped show with a lot of blah blah to fill an hour. I mean what is a ninja fighter without all his weapons? An elegant cat. I think that was also the result of it all, that a ninja fighter should have the best sense of balance. ;)

Oh yes, that sounds like Fight "Science": boxer:

I think of BOLO YEUNG, David Bradley, Cynthia Rothrock: boxer :, Billy Blanks, Mr. Miyagi and Daniel La Russo: boxer: and and and. ;)


The last two are movie characters and not real people! ;)

In the end someone nominated Jaden Smith because he is the Karate Kid! : o And at Rothrock, I and Gina Carano oppose this!

The last two are movie characters and not real people! ;)


Whaaaas? And you won't tell me that beforehand? :(: p

I think the names Pat Morita and Ralph Macchio are less likely to start with than with their film characters, while Bolo Yeung and Co. should be a household name for most martial arts fans.

Whaaaas? And you won't tell me that beforehand? :(: p

I think you can't start with the names Pat Morita and Ralph Macchio as much as with their film characters, while Bolo Yeung and Co. should be a household name for most martial arts film fans.

So if you don't know Pat Morita, you don't actually have write access to this forum. : D

So if you don't know Pat Morita, you don't actually have write access to this forum. : D

I am for it. : ie:: D

(and I bet Texas Ranger had to google it first: p: laughs :)

I am for it. : ie:: D

(and I bet Texas Ranger had to google it first: p: laughs :)

Nope! :killer:

I dug up a cinema issue from the 00s, where some action actors were listed:

Charles Bronson
Arnold Schwarzenegger
Mel Gibson
Will Smith
Clint Eastwood
Steven Seagal
Tom Cruise
Matt Damon
Jean-Paul Belmondo
Kurt Russell
Wesley Snipes
Mark Wahlberg
Burt Reynolds
Denzel Washington
Clive Owen
The Rock
Sylvester Stallone
Bruce Willis
Daniel Craig
Jason Statham

'But only two of them (Seagal & Snipes) have a real martial arts background, if I recall correctly.

'But only two of them (Seagal & Snipes) have a real martial arts background, if I recall correctly.

The Rock was that weird wrestling guy there with the eyebrow, right? So if wrestling doesn't count as a martial arts ...: salook:

Would you like to have the whole thing as a tournament? I would do that too. :)

Very cool idea, I am for it: ie: Even if the winner with Bruce Lee is already certain: broken neck:

Very cool idea, I am for it: ie: Even if the winner with Bruce Lee is already certain: broken neck:

Mmm, actually Bruce Lee is the only one who has ever defeated CHUCK NORRIS on something. But if Hulk Hogan and John Cena take part, I see black for Lee AND Norris.

I would add Randy Couture to the list. So you would have a real MMA athlete who is also an actor.

I would add Randy Couture to the list. So you would have a real MMA athlete who is also an actor.

I thought of him too. Vader and Don Frye have also appeared in films. The question then is whether you shouldn't concentrate on people who are first and foremost known as actors. Mike Tyson also appeared on Hang Over, but does that make him an actor?

What strikes me right now is that Michael Jai White has not been mentioned at all. He also has a solid martial arts background, right?

Bruce Lee would take apart the whole group blindfolded. : D Norris, Li and possibly Seagal would certainly be a challenge for him. Nevertheless, it should be clear that no one can get hold of Bruce.

Will there be a tournament now?

Yes. Ok the board authorities have been caught up, the introduction written. The nomination phase starts tomorrow in a separate topic. :)

Yes. Ok the board authorities have been caught up, the introduction has been written. The nomination phase starts tomorrow in a separate topic. :)

Now that the nomination has started, one can only say: time for a D-D-D-D duel: cool:

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