- The Big Boss (1971)
- The One-Armed Swordsman (1967)
- Master of the Flying Guillotine (1976)
- Tai Chi Master (1993)
- Wheels on Meals (1984)
- The Five Deadly Venoms (1978)
- Once Upon a Time in China (1991)
- The Shaolin Temple (1982) Image via Chung Yuen Motion Picture Company.
Who’s the greatest martial artist of all time?
- of 10. Masahiko Kimura. Courtesy of Wikipedia.
- of 10. Yip Man. Yip Man was a high-level Wing Chun and Wushu expert.
- of 10. Chojun Miyagi.
- of 10. Chuck Norris.
- of 10. Mas Oyama.
- of 10. Jigoro Kano.
- of 10. Gichin Funakoshi.
- of 10. Royce Gracie.
Who’s the best martial artist of all time?
It is widely accepted by fighters and other people around the world that Bruce Lee was the most influential martial artist of all time. From his famous action movies to his unique martial art of Jeet Kune Do, the legend of Bruce Lee has held strong.
Who would win Bruce Lee or Muhammad Ali?
Most experts say Ali would crush Lee. But in a street fight with no rules, where you’re allowed to damage your opponent in any way you can? Lee could use his kicking and grappling skills to devastating effect. If he could keep Ali from reaching him with his hands, Lee would stand a chance.
Who is stronger Ip Man or Bruce Lee?
Who Would Win in a Fight – Ip Man or Bruce Lee? This is a question that has perhaps added to the mystique of both Ip Man and Bruce Lee. The idea alone is enough for some to view it as a clash of two Wing Chun titans. In this case, however, Ip Man would win, and even Bruce Lee would attest to that.
Was Jet Li as good as Bruce Lee?
Jet Li Talks About Bruce Lee. Honest Comment! – YouTube
Who defeated Jackie Chan?
When Bruce accidentally hit Jackie in the head, he felt awful. Which allowed Jackie to spend a little quality time with his idol. Okay, so, yes, while Bruce Lee technically won the “fight,” it’s not really one you could ever use to gauge as a basis in a debate.
Top 10 Martial Arts Movies By Shaw Brothers Studios!
HEROES OF SHAOLIN (1977) – KUNG FU full movies – YouTube
Top 10 Martial Arts Movies of the Century (So Far) – YouTube