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Before Bruce Lee developed his own style, called Jeet Kun Do , he studied a form of kung fu called Wing Chun . His teacher was a man by the name of Ip Man (sometimes spelled Yip Man). Ip Man, who born into a wealthy merchant family in 1893 (died 1972, Hong Kong) and was originally from Foshan, China.
Yip Kai-man, was a Chinese martial artist, and a master teacher of Wing Chun. He had several students who later became martial arts masters in their own right, including Wong Shun Leung and Bruce Lee
Now if we magically had Bruce Lee raised in the modern environment that he time-travel created decades ago then yeah, he'd be a solid contender. He's got a peerless work ethic, fantastic conditioning, and an open mind to picking up new techniques.
So somebody gets Bruce Lee with a collegiate wrestling take-down and a jujitsu submission. You know what Bruce Lee's gonna do? Smile, ask how to do it, then practice like a goddamn madman to get his revenge.
originally posted by: BELIEVERpriest
a reply to: awareness10
A WWF wrestler wouldn't stand a chance. WWF is fake. Bruce Lee was the real deal.
If anything, a UFC or MMA fighter would stand a better chance....but not much.