View Poll Results: Who would win in a fight?

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  • Bruce Lee

    16 51.61%
  • Jackie Chan

    8 25.81%
  • Jet Li

    7 22.58%
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    Robin113 is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    Default Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan or Jet Li

    Simple, who would win in a fight, remember all of them has practiced martial arts so you realy cant just go blabblering they are movie stars, they got no idea of real fightning ect ect.

    My vote goes for Jackie Chan, since knows quite a bunch of different martial arts and all, and he seems quite a nice guy too

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    Chuck Norris
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    I personally have a thumbs up on Jackie Chan. He is a great person. But about martial arts fight, I doubt I could even answer this. They all live in a different era, so it is different.
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    Jackie Chan, he is the most fun to watch, and he seems like such a nice guy, but also a very hard worker. I also love the fact that he takes better care of his production team then himself...

    He is over all a great guy...

    Although Bruce Lee was also a really good guy... But I still like Jackie more....

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    i think jet li will win cause he has a vast background in shaolin trainings and kung fu.. (that's as far as i know... )

    though im really fond of jackie and had been watching all of his movies eversince i was a kid..
    (actually he was one of my favorites since then..)

    they say that his martial arts background is more of wushu.. more of an art form than combat


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    Which makes it nicer to at look on screen... and make him a better preformer....

    and in fights jackie and jet usually knock each other out every other year or something....

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    But you cant deny that Bruce Lee was also good at martial arts, too bad he died in such a young age
    (also didnt he invented somesort of martial arts? cant remember..)

    Yeah Jackie has been my favorite from my childhood too

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    Sidn't i mentioned him in my first post, and yes he did...but he's dead, and i haven't seen many of his movies...And I still like Jackie better...

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    Among these people, I would find that Bruce Lee is the most natural one. He is regarded highly as a martial artist rather than a superstar. Why? Mainly because Bruce Lee made his name in martial arts world too. Jackie Chan and Jet Li were also alumni of China Drama Academy. And during their time in there, they must have learned martial arts for performance purposes.
    However, I doubt Jet Li is as good as Jackie Chan. Jackie Chan is getting older, so he didn't put a lot of actions (because he's aging actually). While Jet Li's movie are all made with excessive special effects. That is why I didn't really like Jet Li.
    However, I would not know which one will win if they were put into a room and told to fight each other.
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    i like Jackie chan.... bruce might be stronger but jackie uses the environment to win and comes up with the most creative ways to kick your ass... and thiers nothing more embarassing then getting youre ass kicked in a way no ones ever seen before.


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    dude. this thread is soooooo 3 months ago (i started the old one).

    after debating for many pages with various people, there is no question that, of those three, Bruce Lee is the strongest martial artist.

    the problem we discovered last time in making a thread like this is that a lot of people just dont know. like, people will post, pretending to know what theyre talking about, but really just be BSing (no, im not going to name names, and this didnt go for everyone).

    Suffice to say this. While all three are extremely skilled martial artists in their own right, Jet Li and Jackie Chan devoted much of their time to creating movies, and the martial art styles that went along with the flashy style of movies. Bruce Lee committed all of his time to the creation and perfection of Jeet Kun Do, arguably the worlds strongest martial art (with the possible exception of Muay Thai [although I would argue Jeet Kun Do is the stronger, there are good arguments for both sides]). Chan's style focused on speed, manueverability, and use of the surroundings. Yet Lee has him beat in the first two, and is the more knowledgable martial artist in the myriad of styles they were each trained in. Li is not as well trained as either of these two great martial artists.

    I also feel like its a crime to leave Tony Jaa out of this debate. The case for him is also very strong (though, again, I think theres no doubt that Lee would defeat him as Jaa is now. maybe someday).

    Anywho, after many pages of exhausting debate a while ago, for the most part, the concensus was that Lee is the strongest martial artist of our day.

 

 
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