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post #1 of 34 (permalink) Old 12-17-2010, 12:01 AM Thread Starter
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Mongolian Wolf is no Bruce Lee

edit: with the UFC concentrating on Asia the Mongolian Wolf was the hottest prospet out of China, while Mongolian Wolf lost to Danny Downes in WEC 53, luckily though the fight was a preliminary that few saw. I was a huge fan of Bruce Lee and Chinese movies (except Crouching Tiger where they fly and shit) but it seems to me that Bruce Lee's conditioning and martial arts knowledge is the exception rather then the norm in China.

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Bruce Lee never lived in China.

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Bruce Lee never lived in China.
yes he did. he lived in Hong Kong.

he was partially Chinese and studied Wushu (chinese martial arts) and participated in Chinese movies.
but thats enough about Bruce Lee, i already made a thread about him awhile back, where i actually compared some fighters to him including Mongolian Wolf. i think that comparison now dissolved.

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yes he did. he lived in Hong Kong.
it was 22 years after bruce died that hong kong became part of china.



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it was 22 years after bruce died that hong kong became part of china.
Wasnt it 24??

But bruce did live in hong kong...

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yes he did. he lived in Hong Kong.

he was partially Chinese and studied Wushu (chinese martial arts) and participated in Chinese movies.
but thats enough about Bruce Lee, i already made a thread about him awhile back, where i actually compared some fighters to him including Mongolian Wolf. i think that comparison now dissolved.
What do you mean by partially?? Im just curious cause when i hear that i think of 25% or something.

Im not sure about this BUT

Bruces father was full blood chinese and his mom was half chinese. Doesnt this make Bruce 75% chinese?? sorry im not sure how these things work.


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What do you mean by partially?? Im just curious cause when i hear that i think of 25% or something.

Im not sure about this BUT

Bruces father was full blood chinese and his mom was half chinese. Doesnt this make Bruce 75% chinese?? sorry im not sure how these things work.
Yes, ethnical he is 75% of Chinese descent or Asian phenotype or what ever you want to call it, but as he was born in the US, according to US-laws he had US nationality. He was raised in Hong Kong though.
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Bruce Lee grew up in Hong Kong, a British colony at the time.
He was born in a hospital in Chinatown in San Francisco. After three months they returned to Hong Kong.

He spoke Cantonese, as did the entire population in Hong Kong, but they were forced to learn English as this was the official language.

Some of these posts almost makes him out to be American, which is silly.

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it was 22 years after bruce died that hong kong became part of china.
Seriously just semantics.
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it was 22 years after bruce died that hong kong became part of china.
does it really have anything to do with the discussion or with any of the posts?

every major country has little countries running around looking for autonomy. not classifying hong kong as chinese is completely pointless.

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Wasnt it 24??

But bruce did live in hong kong...



What do you mean by partially?? Im just curious cause when i hear that i think of 25% or something.

Im not sure about this BUT

Bruces father was full blood chinese and his mom was half chinese. Doesnt this make Bruce 75% chinese?? sorry im not sure how these things work.
the americans didnt accept him because he was asian, the chinese didnt accept him because he wasnt %100 chinese. and thats a fact.

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