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post #11 of 28 (permalink) Old 05-11-2011, 01:47 PM
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He beat the god known as Chuck Norris. There is nothing Bruce Lee can't beat.
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He may be able to beat some of the low level, non-Karate based guys in a Full Contact Point Karate match, but he wouldn't last too long in an MMA fight with anybody that fights in the UFC.
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Maybe in '93, but not now buddy. Sorry.

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In all seriousness, this has been done to death. Maybe against a first generation one-trick-pony MMA fighter he'd have a very solid chance. However, even against the second generation cross-training MMA fighters, he'd be pwned. Its a no contest comparing him to the third generation total MMA fighhters.

Moral: Bruce Lee was probably born too early for his skills to really be showcased and looked at intelligently, but not by much. If he'd been born 10-20 years later. There's little doubt Bruce Lee would have fought at UFC 1. And maybe even won. But today, he'd be lucky to make it out of the first round.
Bruce Lee at the time was the most skilled fighter on the planet because he started doing what MMA fighters are doing now, he just did it first. With his skills at the time of his death he would get smashed in the UFC. Had MMA been going on at the time and he had the opprtunity to train in the multiple facets of the game he would've been a 135lb Anderson Silva. Bruce Lee was never a stagnant martial artist. His drive and determination to constantly become better and learn new things is shown best today in guys like GSP and Anderson. There's no way in hell that, had Bruce lived, he wouldn't have just kept getting better and better and I think it's absolutely preposterous to label it as such. I really wish people would stop looking at Bruce as just the fighter he was when he died, not the fighter he would've been had he lived. This was a guy who INVENTED a shit load of workout equipment, who worked out while filing business papers and making phone calls and who went around to other dojos and gyms trying to learn techniques. There was no one more dedicated to being a martial artist than he was and there quite possibly never will be.

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Jesus is a very resilient dude, I admit. But surely Buddha is the most gangster. His weight and strength advantage is unmatched. Apart from maybe Ganesh. Half elephant with 4 arms? He'd kill Cain!!
Wasn't Buddah a renowned pacifist? I'd go with Shiva and Ra as best P4P in their respective genders. But idk , Jesus looks like he could rip some shit up:



He looks like he could easily cut to 185 and what with his telepathic explosion of snakes and calming of dragons I think he'd be quite the contender.
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I believe if Bruce Lee was born later in life he could have beaten most fighters in his weight class. You are telling me he wouldn't still be one of the most advanced martial artists today? He him from before he died to now would be a mismatch but if he was able to train in today's environment he would dominate IMO.

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Jesus is a very resilient dude, I admit. But surely Buddha is the most gangster. His weight and strength advantage is unmatched. Apart from maybe Ganesh. Half elephant with 4 arms? He'd kill Cain!!
I'll go with the Hindu god Kali, he seems badass like no other deitie.

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Bruce Lee would beat a lot of UFC fighters in the striking department. He had speed and power that is unmatched even today. He is pound for pound the strongest person who has ever lived in my opinion. I'm not sure how he would do against great wrestlers though.

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Lee's phenomenal fitness meant he was capable of performing many exceptional physical feats.[76][77][78] The following list includes some of the physical feats of which, according to author John Little, Lee was capable:

Lee's striking speed from three feet with his hands down by his side reached five hundredths of a second.[79]
Lee could take in one arm a 75 lb barbell from a standing position with the barbell held flush against his chest and slowly stick his arms out locking them, holding the barbell there for several seconds.[80]
In a speed demonstration, Lee could snatch a dime off a person's open palm before they could close it, and leave a penny behind.[81]
Lee performed one-hand push-ups using only the thumb and index finger.[78][82]
Lee performed 50 reps of one-arm chin-ups.[83]
Lee could cause a 300-lb (136.08 kg) bag to fly towards and thump the ceiling with a sidekick.[78]

Also, according to the Intercepting Fist DVD, Lee would hold an elevated v-sit position for 30 minutes or longer.[77]
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Obviously you've not see the feats floating around the web that Chuck Norris is capable of...
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Bruce Lee at the time was the most skilled fighter on the planet because he started doing what MMA fighters are doing now, he just did it first. With his skills at the time of his death he would get smashed in the UFC. Had MMA been going on at the time and he had the opprtunity to train in the multiple facets of the game he would've been a 135lb Anderson Silva. Bruce Lee was never a stagnant martial artist. His drive and determination to constantly become better and learn new things is shown best today in guys like GSP and Anderson. There's no way in hell that, had Bruce lived, he wouldn't have just kept getting better and better and I think it's absolutely preposterous to label it as such. I really wish people would stop looking at Bruce as just the fighter he was when he died, not the fighter he would've been had he lived. This was a guy who INVENTED a shit load of workout equipment, who worked out while filing business papers and making phone calls and who went around to other dojos and gyms trying to learn techniques. There was no one more dedicated to being a martial artist than he was and there quite possibly never will be.
I'm aware of why he's special. I've read the Tao, as well as seen just about every documentary I could find.

That's why I give him the early UFCs. But he could most assuredly lose, never forget the cliche "its MMA anything can happen" remember. Who's to say he wouldn't possibly get outgrappled by Gracie (the family would likely have sent a better Gracie had they known the greatest Martial Artist of all time, at the time, was competing).

If he was a young'un when the UFC first became popular and he started becoming a total fighter as a youth, I have no doubt that Uriah Faber wouldn't be slotted to fight Dominic Cruz. But for the sake of logic lets assume he has the skills he had in 1973. Against Dominic Cruz, Uriah Faber, Jose Aldo, and Mark Hominick (referencing fighters of comparative notoriety at similar weight) he'd be lucky to survive the first round.



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