The greatest of all times.
He found a way to portray martial arts differently, aside from just the fighting. From him, I have learned a lot, and these things I can use in my life, not just in fighting
In Enter the Dragon
Lee teaches a student how to kick with the feel of the energy within him.
by Cliff February 09, 2004
Superiour master of Kung Fu and other Wu Shu, the only "Hollywoodized" martial artist who ever came close to Bruce Lee's mastery of Kung Fu is Yang Sze (more commonly known as Bolo Yeung, he starred in a number of Bruce's movies, as well as the slew of Van Damme's kickboxing flix -- almost invariably as the bad guy.) Jackie Chan, Jet Li, and especially Brandon Lee, etc., did not come close.

Contrary to the haters' belief, Bruce Lee has had a number of high-publicity fights, including one with Bolo(although not taped.)

Bruce Lee's fighting style, and indeed his whole life, has lots of controversy around it. All that controversy aside, the success Bruce Lee attained cannot be forgotten.
Bruce Lee.
by fM!phil May 28, 2003
The World's Greatest. Period.
Brucee Lee's without a doubt, The World's Greatest.
by Ch1nk April 28, 2005
To attack someone with great martial art skill. (A sideways tribute to Jeet Kune Do founder Bruce Lee).
Keep it up, and I'll go Bruce Lee on your ass!
by unidyne November 25, 2003
Bruce Lee was the greatest martial artist/philosopher that ever was and ever will be, no one will ever compare to him. The world is a sadder place without Bruce Lee and his kick-ass martial arts moves and his philosophy's.
We should all listen to what Bruce Lee had to say, he was a great man and a Greater teacher....
by Doh Nuts 13 September 13, 2004
Greatest martial artist of all time.
Be formless, shapeless, like water. Now, you put water into a cup, it becomes the cup. You put it into a bottle it becomes the bottle. You put it into a teapot, it becomes the teapot. Now, water can flow or crash. Be water my friend
by tt September 18, 2003
founder of jeet kune do
by Anonymous August 11, 2003
Philopher and martial artist. Founder of JKD. The first asian man to make it big in hollywood, despite his fame coming after his death. Contrary to the belief of a few idiots, he was actually a real-life fighter. However, his actual fighting style was more upright than the movie style he performed. He also took quite a few hits and wouldn't take on hundreds of people at once.
Bruce lee ruled.
by Gumba Gumba February 21, 2004

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