Philip Ng (Once Upon A Time in Shanghai) and Yu Xia (The Painted Veil) are starring as Bruce Lee and Wong Jack Man in Groundswell Productions’ Birth Of The Dragon. The movie is about the legendary 1965 fight between the Shaolin master and young Bruce Lee, which many believe gave birth to Jeet Kune Do.
Hot on the heels of BAPE’s collab with CAPCOM is their Street Fighter collection. The BAPE x Street Fighter collection features tees with original characters Ryu, Blanka, Chun-Li, Ken, Zangief and Honda. Included in this capsule is a special tee featuring Ryu artwork from the recent release of Street Fighter V. All items will be available online and in-stores on September 17th.
Japanese streetwear giant BAPE has teamed up with CAPCOM for a set of retro-inspired gaming tees. The t-shirts will feature classic games like Street Fighter, Resident Evil, and Mega Man. The pieces will be available at stores and online on September 17. Also a special tee and tote set will prelaunch at the Tokyo Game Show on September 15.
Donnie Yen has been in 70 martial arts movies and starred in 68 of them, so Tanner Thomason and Garcelle Beauvais spoke with him about his experiences.
Our neighbors in the East definitely have it better. Hotter girls, modified cars and even meets! If you haven’t been to Hong Kong to check out the import car scene there for yourself, you should definitely add it to your bucket list of things to do. See a glimpse of their amazing import car meets in this video from our friends at AC Production.
Bruce Lee and Muhammad Ali never got in the ring together, but Bruce believed he couldn’t win in a fight versus the champion boxer. In a excerpt from the book The Making of Enter the Dragon, Bruce is quoted saying:
Another time Yeung, aka [Bolo] went to see Bruce at Golden Harvest Studios. Bruce was screening a Cassius Clay [Muhammad Ali] documentary. Ali was world heavyweight champion at the time and Bruce saw him as the greatest fighter of them all. The documentary showed Ali in several of his fights. Bruce set up a wide full-length mirror to reflect Ali’s image from the screen. Bruce was looking into the mirror, moving along with Ali.
Bruce’s right hand followed Ali’s right hand, Ali’s left foot followed Bruce’s left foot. Bruce was fighting in Ali’s shoes. “Everybody says I must fight Ali some day.” Bruce said, “I’m studying every move he makes. I’m getting to know how he thinks and moves.” Bruce knew he could never win a fight against Ali. “Look at my hand,” he said. “That’s a little Chinese hand. He’d kill me.”
For the record, Bruce Lee was 5-foot-7 and 145 pounds, while Muhammad Ali was 6-foot-3 and more than 200 pounds during their respective heydays. Although we’ll never know what would really happen in a fight against each other, who do you think would win?
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