The transcript below is from the video “Bruce Lee | The God Of MMA” by Boxing Legends TV.

Bruce Lee (Hong Kong and American actor/ film director/ Martial Artist/ Martial Arts Instructor):

“Now, you put water into a cup, it becomes the cup. You put water into a bottle, it becomes the bottle. You put it into a teapot, it becomes the teapot. Now, water can flow or it can crash. Be water, my friend.”

Boxing Legends TV (YouTube Channel, You’re Subscribing to the future of Boxing):

“Hey, fight fans! Welcome back to Boxing Legends TV! Today, we’ll be taking a look at a fighting legend and took action movies to a new level. A man that is idolized in the combat sports community for his cat-like reflexes combined with his God-given power, the one, the only – Lee Jun-fan (AKA Bruce Lee)!”

Bruce Lee (Hong Kong and American actor/ film director/ Martial Artist/ Martial Arts Instructor):

“Surprised?”

Boxing Legends TV (YouTube Channel, You’re Subscribing to the future of Boxing):

“In today’s video, we’ll be counting down the Top 5 movies of the film star and taking a close look at some of the most intense fight scenes that should hopefully inspire you guys at home to become the great martial artist. Okay, maybe not.”

Robert Downey Jr. (American actor and producer) Scene from movie Tropic Thunder:

“You ain’t fooling me dogman. Never go for a retard.”

Boxing Legends TV (YouTube Channel, You’re Subscribing to the future of Boxing):

“Before we get started, who’s your favorite fighting movie star? Jean-Claude Van Damme maybe or perhaps the legend Rocky Balboa? Let us know in the comments section down below and perhaps, we can make our next video feature on them.”

Sugar Ray Leonard (American former professional boxer, motivational speaker, and occasional actor):

“I look at Bruce Lee and he is one of a kind. There’ll never be another Bruce Lee.”

TOP 5 BRUCE LEE MOVIES

Boxing Legends TV (YouTube Channel, You’re Subscribing to the future of Boxing):

“UFC President Dana White, once called Bruce Lee the father of mixed martial arts. The fact is, there’s really no martial artist who is better known by the public at large than Bruce Lee. From experienced martial artists to everyday people, almost no one has not heard of him, and many remember his contributions to the world with reverence.”

Simon Rhee (Actor, Stuntman,7th Degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do and a 4th Degree Black Belt in Hap Ki Do, World-Class Martial Artist, Grand Champion of the tournament circuit):

“Bruce Lee is definitely a hero to me because he was the first Asian person that opened the door for other Asian actors, stunt coordinators, find coordinators to be able to work in Hollywood.”

Boxing Legends TV (YouTube Channel, You’re Subscribing to the future of Boxing):

“Which leads us to the martial arts movie industry. The bottom line is that the industry owes a lot to Bruce Lee movies. He was really the first to capture the American public’s imagination with his fluid martial arts moves on-screen and as a result, a new genre and film was born. So, Jackie Chan, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Steven Seagal and more should really step back and tip their hat to the man that died way too early.”

“With that, here is a list of five Bruce Lee movies for your viewing pleasure. We must warn you, movie spoilers are up ahead!”

CHINESE CONNECTION – 1972

Boxing Legends TV (YouTube Channel, You’re Subscribing to the future of Boxing):

“Returning to Shanghai to marry his fiancé, Bruce Lee plays a student of renowned martial arts teacher Huo Yuanjia, who discovers his Sifu is dying. During the funeral, members of a local Japanese dojo show up and insult the Chinese students. The bullying continues with Chen fighting back but when he discovers the truth that his teacher was poisoned on the orders of the dojo’s master, he sets off on a doomed mission of revenge.”

“A fun bit of trivia about this movie is while filming in a park, film director Wei Lo had to contend with real-life local street gangs, whose leaders would demand payment for using their bit of the road. The protection money was usually paid much to the annoyance of Bruce Lee, who had to be physically restrained from attacking them.”

ENTER THE DRAGON – 1973

Bruce Lee (Hong Kong and American actor/ film director/ Martial Artist/ Martial Arts Instructor):

“It is like a finger pointing away to the moon. Don’t concentrate on the finger or you will miss all that heavenly glory.”

Boxing Legends TV (YouTube Channel, You’re Subscribing to the future of Boxing):

“This was the last movie Lee finished before his death. In it, Lee is recruited by a secretive intelligence group to infiltrate an island owned by the master criminal Han, who appears publicly only at martial arts tournaments he hosts every three years. Han learned his martial arts skills at the same monastery as Lee who has been invited to tournament as well. When Lee learned that it was Han’s men who are responsible for his sister’s death, he sets out for revenge as well.”

“Other participants in the tournament include Americans Roper and Williams, who were in the Army together. They all soon realize that Han uses the tournament to recruit new associates and those who refuse are killed. The movie FAQ for this one is Bruce Lee actually struck Jackie Chan in the face with one of the fighting sticks. He immediately apologized and insisted that Chan could work on all of his movies after that. Unfortunately, Lee died before he could keep his promise.”

Jackie Chan (Hong Kong martial artist, actor, stuntman, filmmaker, action choreographer, and singer):

“Oh, my god! He run to me and lift me up. “I’m sorry. I’m sorry.” Actually, I’m not in pain anymore because you know, young guy in me…very tough. But then suddenly, I don’t know why I just pretend very painful. Oh, oh, oh, oh, I just want Bruce Lee hold me as long as he can. I said, “Oh” during the whole day! Every time he look at me, like this, I say…”

THE BIG BOSS – 1971

(Young boy) Scene from movie:

“Now hey, my money!”

(Man eating cake):

“There!”

(Young boy) Scene from movie:

“You got to pay me for all the cake. Now, come on!”

(Man eating cake):

“Sure, okay. Get out of here you little bastard! Get out of here! Go on, beat it!”

Boxing Legends TV (YouTube Channel, You’re Subscribing to the future of Boxing):

“Chen is a city boy who moves with his cousins to work in a ice factory. He does this with a family promise never get involved in any fight, however, when members of his family begin disappearing after meeting the management of the factory, the resulting mystery and pressures force him to break that vow and take on the villainy of the big boss. Interestingly enough, the Thai brothel featured in the film was actually a genuine and functioning brothel.”

“The extras who feature in these scenes, excluding one of the female characters were actual prostitutes who were paid more by Golden Harvest than they would normally receive in a day by their clients, so that they could appear in the film.”

(Member of the family) Scene from movie:

“Where were you? Why didn’t you come home? What happened?”

2nd member of the family:

“Yeah, we were worried.”

GAME OF DEATH – 1978

(Producer) Scene from movie:

“Cut! Okay, that’s a print! That was great, Billy. Okay, everybody!”

Boxing Legends TV (YouTube Channel, You’re Subscribing to the future of Boxing):

“In this film Bruce Lee plays Billy Lo, a Hong Kong-based movie actor, who is a box-office draw. His girlfriend Ann Morris is a singer, who is also climbing to the top. Now, it seems the syndicate wants Billy and Ann to join their management firm. But Billy knows that they will be treated like property, so he refuses and tells her to do the same. They try to encourage him to join but he still refuses.”

“He is advised that they will not stop, so he must stop them permanently. He is even more hesitant to do that but when an attempt on his life is made, he fakes his death and alters his appearance and decides to go after the syndicate, taking them out one at a time.”

RETURN OF THE DRAGON – 1972

(Karate member) Scene from movie The Way of the Dragon:

“Hey, can you back?”

(Guy sitting with Tang Lung (Bruce Lee):

“Ah, Loom, has come from Hong Kong to help us. You know, he’s a great Chinese boxer.”

(Bruce Lee-Tang Lung):

“Hey! I just learned a little.”

(Karate member) Scene from movie The Way of the Dragon:

“Oh, Chinese boxing! I have heard the Chinese boxing lacks any real power.”

(Bruce Lee-Tang Lung):

“Well, you only lack power when you’re a beginner.”

Boxing Legends TV (YouTube Channel, You’re Subscribing to the future of Boxing):

“Tang Lung arrives in Rome to help his cousins in the restaurant business. They are being pressured to sell their property to the syndicate, who will stop at nothing to get what they want. When Tang arrives, he poses a new threat to the syndicate and they are able to defeat him. The syndicate boss hires the best Japanese and European martial artists to fight Tang, but he easily finishes them off. The American martial artist Colt is hired and has a showdown with Tang in Rome’s famous Colosseum.”

Boxing Legends TV (YouTube Channel, You’re Subscribing to the future of Boxing):

“Thanks for watching! Bye fans! We know this is a bit different from our normal genre video, but we thought we would try out something new for a change. I wanted to end this video with a quick message regarding a boxing YouTube channel that recently got unfairly terminated, GissaQuid Boxing was a top channel in our community and has been making top quality highlights and promos for a number of years.”

“If you guys could go over and Sub to his new channel. It would mean a lot to him. The link will be left down in the description below. Until next time, bye fans, this is Boxing Legends TV signing off.”




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