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jackharrel

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Improvising was better than the classical Martial arts
« on: January 27, 2017, 03:50:16 am »
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There was a man whose name was Joe Lewis. The time when he won the International Karate Tournament in the year of nineteen sixty-eight was the reason why he was called a fighter reborn. Actually after the tournament he started to train intensively with Bruce Lee. His disposition that was frequently was very sure was put to one side. And he started to show mobility that was brand new for everyone. The mobility he was showing was one that had never been seen before. When Lewis was being awarded for the crown, he just came up to Bruce and thanked his teacher in a very modest way. That was something that he had never done before in his life. In a period of just one year Lewis was able to become so strong and powerful that nobody was able to win him in the tournament competitions. In fact people started to call him by a nickname “Muhammad Ali of Karate”. He went on to win an unprecedented 10 titles.
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Re: Improvising was better than the classical Martial arts
« Reply #1 on: February 04, 2017, 06:49:07 pm »
Bruce Lee did change the original styles. One time I was listening to his top student Dan Inosanto who said he would show a technique to Bruce Lee and Bruce Lee would change it immediately because he didn't believe it was effective enough.
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