The transcript below is from the video “Bolo Yeung vs Sammo Hung” by Combat Sports TV.

Combat Sports TV:

Hey folks, and thank you for tuning in to the channel. We’ve got another interesting clash between two celebs for you today. This time, we’re flying all the way to Hong Kong to set up a fight between two of the city’s most famous actors – Bolo Yeung and Sammo Hung are the people we’re talking about. Until we get started, make sure to hit the like button, subscribe to our channel and turn on the notification symbol so you don’t miss any of our fantastic material. Now that that’s out of the way, let’s get down to work. Let’s meet our participants and see what they’re bringing into the arena before we get started with the action. Let’s start with Bolo Yeung.

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Bolo Yeung

Yang Sze is the true name of Bolo Yeung. However, the moniker Bolo Yeung has persisted with him since he established a successful career as a martial artist, martial arts film actor, and competitive bodybuilder. Bolo Yeung was cast in various bad guy films because of his remarkably powerful physique, with his first big break coming with the great Bruce Lee in the 1973 film Enter the Dragon. They were inseparably linked. Bolo Yeung has acted in several martial arts films since then, including two films with Jean-Claude Van Damme, Bloodsport (1988) and Double Impact (1989). Following his several appearances as a ruthless villain, Yeung rose to prominence in Asian cinema. His most well-known performance was in the film Enter the Dragon in which he co-starred with Bruce Lee. Bolo was played by Yeung in that film. Chong Li in the film Bloodsport in which he co-starred with Jean-claude Van Damme is one of his other memorable parts. Then, he played Chang Lee in the film Bloodfight alongside Simon Yam and Yasuaki Kurata.

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Bolo Yeung began his martial arts career when he was just 10 years old. Several Kung Fu teachers mentored Yeung as he grew up, helping him polish his kung fu talents and become a superb martial artist. However, martial arts was only one of Yeung’s many passions. Bodybuilding was also a childhood passion for Hong Kong natives. After putting in a lot of effort and time, Yeung was crowned Mr. Hong Kong Bodybuilding Champion, a title he maintained for a staggering 10 years.

Bolo Yeung’s powerful build is very well established to the types of parts he’d portray in the film business. He was made for the role of the villain you’d like to despise. Yeung was frequently cast as the evil guy in Shaw Brothers Studios film which is unsurprising. Before leaving the Shaw Brothers in 1971, Yeung continued to work with them, starring in many films.

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Sammo Hung

In the Asian film business, Sammo Hung is well known. Hung is a martial artist as well as an actor, producer, and director. Hung is well known for his involvement in popularizing martial arts by including it in numerous of his films. Sammo Kam-bo Hung started his professional film debut at the year of 12 and has since worked as an actor, director, producer, and choreographer in a number of martial arts films. Partnering with Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan see Painted Faces/ Qī xiǎo fú (1988).

Sammo Hung got his major debut as a film actor in Bruce Lee’s Enter the Dragon when he played a sparring partner (1973). Hung would be the choreographer for some of the biggest names in Asian films, including John Woo and Jackie Chan. Hung was one of the first actors to build a name for himself in martial arts films. Hung, also known as Hung Kam-bo, is sometimes referred to as “Dai Goh Dai” which loosely translates to “largest of all big brothers” or “giant big brother” due to his significant success in martial arts films.

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In the film Shaolin Pilot, Hung made his significant acting debut. He went on to become a prominent person in the industry as a result of this. But in addition to boosting martial arts appeal and reputation among Asian audiences, Hung gave other actors, directors, and technicians their first significant opportunities in the profession.

So, now we’ve interviewed our celebs, it’s time to enter the ring and see who will emerge victorious in this battle. Each contender will be judged on four primary criteria for this matchup: fighting pedigree, physicality, skill and innovation. We’ll give each combatant a maximum of 10 points in each area and the fighter with the most points overall will be proclaimed the victor. Here we go!

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Defending Legacy

This is a tight call since both Yeung and Hung are exceptional martial artists who have had extensive training in their respective disciplines. This is a tie, to put it politely. Both Yeung and Hung get 8 points.

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Bolo Yeung was 5’6″ and weighed 70 kg at his peak whereas Sammo Hung was 5’6″ and weighed 5 kg more than Yeung. However, Yeung’s background as a bodybuilder offers him an opportunity in this situation. So, Bolo young gets 8 points and Sammo Hung gets 7.

Combat Sports TV:


It would indeed be unjust to dismiss one of these stars on the basis of his or her abilities. These men are extremely gifted with a wide range of talents and methods. As a result, we’re going to declare this one a tie as well. Both combatants get 8 points.

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Combat among these two men will be a spectacle to witness. When it comes to pulling off astonishing feats and stunts, there’s no reason to believe anybody will have an advantage over the other. Sorry for the inconvenience but these two are now again neck and neck. Both Yeung and Hung get 8 points.

That was always supposed to be a struggle to the finish. Between any of these two, there isn’t much to pick between them. Bolo Yeung however, clinched the title by a hare’s breadth, earning 32 points to Sammo Hung’s 31.

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