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  1. If you were stuck in a scary place...


    If you were stuck alone at a strange and frightening place (eg. back alley, gang hangout), who would you want to be with you and perhaps help protect you/each other?

    This person can be a TV personnel, athlete, BB'er, Martial Artist etc.  Assume it will be only you and this person.  No police, no weapons.   The answer has to be a SPECIFIC individual. 


  2. does it matter if the person is dead?

     

    BRUCE LEE!!!! hehehe

     

    now he was one badass mofo!
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  4. if its strictly hand to hand beat down, bruce lee gots to be the choice. its a rumor he had a negative bf%

  5. Originally posted by sage
    if its strictly hand to hand beat down, bruce lee gots to be the choice. heard a rumor he had a negative bf%
     

    Yeah, the man definitley had some definition.

     

    LG.
    Read This Book!!: Anabolic Steroids and the Athlete by William N. Taylor M.D.

  6. Yeah, no weapons, objectiles, etc.

    Now I wonder whom would make me feel more safe?  Someone hugh like Shaq?

    Someone crazy like Tyson?  Steven Segal?  Some wrestling guy like Steiner?  Ultimate fighting Champson like Shamrock or the Gecko Roman wrestling?  Jackie Chan?  Ninja Grandmaster Hatsumi?

  7. i would want shamrock for sure . he is one bad mofo . and i will say i think he would f^ck up bruce lee .

  8. a friend once told me he read that bruce lees punch from 1 inch away from the target, had a greater power and kinetic energy then an above average proffessional boxer full range punch. (something about the stress and energy he generates from that 1 inch) if thats true....watch out for that du'

  9. I meant William Cheung before.  He had trained with Bruce Lee.  William demostrated the one inch punch on me.  He told me to hold a phone book against my chest, and then he aligned his fist against the book.  Boom he hits me and I got pushed back a few steps.

  10. Originally posted by bigbadboss101
    I meant William Cheung before.  He had trained with Bruce Lee.  William demostrated the one inch punch on me.  He told me to hold a phone book against my chest, and then he aligned his fist against the book.  Boom he hits me and I got pushed back a few steps.
    ya man...that shid is scary to think about. for a human to have that much strength from such a short distance. you see dudes in karate/taekwondo contest on espn2 doing stuff like that with coke cans etc, and you know people like B.Lee be doing that with 2-3 times the strength.

  11. Originally posted by shady
    i would want shamrock for sure . he is one bad mofo . and i will say i think he would f^ck up bruce lee .
    Bump that... Shamrock would snap bruce lee

    hehehe

  12. Originally posted by whosyourdaddy02


    Bump that... Shamrock would snap bruce lee

    hehehe
    nah....i know this all opinions and everyone i respect. but man, bruce lee was a soldier (so is shamrock) but Blee would destroy like 25 dudes when rumbling with him alone (wait...thats a movie).....shidd, who cares....he still a soldier.

  13. ya if my good ole' pal bruce was still alive

    ive heard alot and 99% wouldnt doubt it that the baddest dude alive today is jet li. hes been doing karate since he was i beleive 1-2 y/o (dont quote me on it). and won the world championship since he started. he is a master in like every form .... bad dude like bruce

    id def. say give me a karate type person to fight with. lol i can see it in my head, will look like Rush Hour 2 movie. Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker. I do the ass talking, he does the ass kicking.


  14. I personally wouldnt want anyone with me....they'd just get in the way of my fire...

  15. Shamrock would be a good choice.  I'd probably even talk some junk in a dark alley with Shamrock on my side.  Of course, after I my cycle of t-1 I won't need him...   

  16. Originally posted by aeoliantru
    Shamrock would be a good choice.  I'd probably even talk some junk in a dark alley with Shamrock on my side.  Of course, after I my cycle of t-1 I won't need him...   
    true true. me too then man

  17. aeoliantru,

    I dont wanna sound like an ass or anything like that, but could you shrink your avatar, maybe??

     

    LG.
    Read This Book!!: Anabolic Steroids and the Athlete by William N. Taylor M.D.

  18. it makes mine look like a midget....wait, i dont got one yet. but still its pretty dang big....doesnt bother me none though

  19. Sorry about that......problem fixed. 

  20. Originally posted by sage
    it makes mine look like a midget....wait, i dont got one yet. but still its pretty dang big....doesnt bother me none though
     

    what do you mean you dont get one yet???

    if you have 1 post you can get a custom avatar.
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  21. I still say Bruce Lee could take anyone in his day.

  22. Jesus Christ.

  23. Originally posted by DaddyR
    Jesus Christ.
    beat that one guys..lmao

  24. Bruce Lee. I would let him take care of the problem for me and anyone else I had a problem with.

  25. Bruce Lee of course, the greatest ever, and then there are guys like Shamrock, Vitor Belfort, Tito Ortiz, etc. you may not like them all but they can all PUT ON THE HURT in a major way. I always want Jesus with me good situation or bad

  26. Maasaki Hatsumi wouldn't be a bad choice at all.  Of course, if no weapons means we didn't bring any in with us, I'd pick Jackie Chan, since he always finds something he can use as a weapon.  If it's no weapons at all, then it would be William "The Refrigerator" Perry.  I'd make sure he was between me and anyone threatening, and if they made any false moves I'd be long gone by the time they made it all the way around him.

    Actually, I'd probably want to take Sun Tzu.  The Chinese soldiers in his day thought nothing of lugging 100 lbs of armor and supplies and an 80 lb crossbow 100 miles a day, and the guy could credibly claim to be able to use a line in the sand as an impregnable defensive position.

  27. I don't need anyone.

  28. Originally posted by wojo


    beat that one guys..lmao
    God, oh wait I ALWAYS have him with me.

  29. big show ,
    how many people in there right mind would take one step toward you with that dude standing next to you.
    some one said to me that size didnt matter......
    then why do they have different weight classes in th ufc.
    I have this buddy that is 6'2 360 and can kick a foot or 18 in ches over my head, quick too, they wouldn't even let him fight in a regional tough man contest.
    I agree if you can kick someone in the head, you have the oppurtunity to take them down, but that is a big if with a guy who can smash HEAVY cinder blocks on his head
    and break twenty bricks with one punch.
    bruce lee was very BAD, but what happens when bruce lee meets his match and he is more than twice him in mass and still just as fast???????????

  30. Quote Originally Posted by deaconbill
    I still say Bruce Lee could take anyone in his day.
    Bruce lee was never a prize fighter neither did he compete in a sanctioned event................Chuck Norris who trained with bruce was badass. Not taking anything away from bruce..........just giving my 2 cents.

  31. a friend once told me he read that bruce lees punch from 1 inch away from the target, had a greater power and kinetic energy then an above average proffessional boxer full range punch. (something about the stress and energy he generates from that 1 inch) if thats true....watch out for that du'
    There are videos of Bruce demonstrating the one inch punch. The guy he hits literally goes flying across the room.You could prob. find it on Kazaa.

  32. Bruce lee was never a prize fighter neither did he compete in a sanctioned event................Chuck Norris who trained with Bruce was badass. Not taking anything away from bruce..........just giving my 2 cents.
    There is a difference between the ring and a street fight. Bruce fought in a few street fights that I know of. If he beat a guy in ten seconds , he would be mad that he didn't beat him in 1 second. He was a perfectionist. One person that knew him well said that Bruce was training for a fight that he would never have.
    There are several stories floating around that Bruce beat Chuck a few times.One being that he left chuck "red faced". Not that Chuck isn't a great martial artist.

  33. Shamrocks been beaten a few times. Most recently by Tito.Although you could tell that something was really not right with him in that fight.
    Jesus was the best answer so far. Even if they beat you to death he could bring you back.

  34. i would have to say me.

    bruce lee was a great martial artist. no offense to chuck norris fans, bruce is his teacher, theres no chance chucky boy would have came close. I also heard from one of bruces producers said one guy was talkin **** about bruce and sayin he could beat anyone in a real fightand bruce set it up so he could do some sidekik on him , and nailed him and sent him to the hospital...

  35. mark coleman, or maybe tito ortiz

  36. Quote Originally Posted by sage
    a friend once told me he read that bruce lees punch from 1 inch away from the target, had a greater power and kinetic energy then an above average proffessional boxer full range punch. (something about the stress and energy he generates from that 1 inch) if thats true....watch out for that du'
    I used to be able to do this about 30 years ago. I did nothing but practice martial arts for about 10 years. I had a large collection of books, hundreds, including a book written by James DeMille, a student of Lee's which was entirely about how to perform the 1 and 3 inch punches. It is more of a stunt than a useful technique.

    It relies heavily on a certain stance and footwork, which would be difficult to apply in the midst of a real fight. It might be useful as a first technique from your prepared stance, but I would rather attack sooner before my opponent got that close. (As would Lee.)

    It certainly gets someones attention when you demo iu on him, though!

    Greenguy
    Formerly Dangerous Old Man

  37. definitaly steven seagal..

  38. Again, this is just my opinion but there is no chance that a 360 pound man moves as quick as Bruce Lee. If you have not seen it watch Enter the Dragon, the guy moves so quick it's hard to see what's going on at points. And don't tell me its computer-generated, the movie was made in the 1973.

    I have no doubt that this friend of yours is fast for a 360 pound person and going by your description he does sound impressive, but Lee was a freak quite honestly. I defintely agree that size is of some importance, however, how can you defend a punch or kick that is so fast it's difficult to even see??

    Again, no intention of starting arguments and it's all speculation, but it's just something to think about...

  39. yea but in bruces movies the producers needed bruce to slow his punches and kicks down so that the camera could catch it and the guys bruce was fighting could see what bruce was doing..
  

  
 

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