Bruce Lee did NOT invent it. He stole it from Wing Chun, the basis of his Jeet Kune Do (again, not a martial art, a martial PHILOSOPHY). He also never learned it properly. His version sent the opponent back a few feet. Bruce Lee only knew that way. The REAL Wing Chun version (I take Wing Chun, by the way), cracks the opponent's sternum in half, and they don't fly back, they usually fall down right on the spot, and unless proper medical attention is seeked, they will die a slow, painful death.
Haha, Bruce Lee fanboys never cease to amuse me. Silly Jeet Kune Do admirers.
Guy 2: Shut the hell up, fanboy. The real 1 inch punch makes the recipient's sternum crack in half and doesn't send them flying. And Jeet Kune Do is not a martial art, it's a martial philosophy.
Commonly believed to originate in Wing Chun kung fu, although similar techniques were and are used throughout southern China. Made popular in the west due to a display at Long Beach by the legendary Bruce Lee, who borrowed elements of said Wing Chun from his training in adolescence to create his own Jeet Kune Do.
- "Yeah, the One inch punch that Bruce lee developed is a great skill to know in a close combat situation."
- "give me you're wallet"