Bruce Lee vs. Jet Li vs. Jackie Chan?

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  1. The Jet profile image68
    The Jetposted 13 years ago

    Bruce Lee vs. Jet Li vs. Jackie Chan?

    Bruce Lee. Hands down. What do you think?

  2. profile image0
    MOVIE REVIEWSposted 13 years ago

    lol, bruce lee hands down!
    he has never lost a fight, jet li is all show

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    vinsanityposted 13 years ago

    Jackie Chan is da best! He has some of the best skills.

  4. DavitosanX profile image61
    DavitosanXposted 13 years ago

    I have absolutely no clue, but I'd sure love to see that fight. Somebody should make this in CGI!

  5. Joan1 profile image62
    Joan1posted 13 years ago

    Jet li gets majorly underestimated.
    He has been one of the biggest wushu champions in Chinese history.
    He was winning gold medals as a small kid competing against adults.

  6. nightwork4 profile image60
    nightwork4posted 13 years ago

    bruce lee would beat both of them at the same time and barely brake a sweat.

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    Dandraposted 13 years ago

    Jet Li is ugliest. Hands down.                                               .

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    Aka Professor Mposted 13 years ago

    Of the Three Bruce Lee was the only one who developed his own unique style of Martial Arts Form. Jeet Kune Do. Jackie Chan and his "Cinematic" school brother Sammo Hung Kam-Bo have both worked with and had roles in Bruce Lee films. Bruce Lee has influenced their styles and they did stunt work with him! If he were alive he would still be the winner because he was constantly innovating and improving his form.

    Jackie Chan and Jet Li starred in a Film "The Forbidden Kingdom" where their styles can be viewed and compared! Jackie can still hold his own with the younger Li and If I had to choose my money would be on Jackie as the victor between them! So overall of the three fine Martial Artists The Winner would be the Late Bruce Lee!

  9. editor profile image61
    editorposted 13 years ago

    Bruce Lee. He combinded the best of all martial arts to create his own unique style. He didn't get bogged down in any strict style from one school or another.

    If Jackie Chan, Jet Li, and every living Hubber attacked Lee at once, he'd 'one-inch-punch' us all so hard our momma's would feel it.

    Only one man would stand a fighting chance against Bruce Lee, and his name can only be wispered, for fear of his deadly round house kick. That man is shhh, (*Chuck Norris*). Shhh!

  10. jacobsterling profile image56
    jacobsterlingposted 13 years ago

    I like Jacky Chan!! He's funny! Although Bruce Lee is good. Jet Li? No comment.

  11. oldhorse profile image60
    oldhorseposted 13 years ago

    Well, Jackie Chan is just an actor with some training in how to look like he is good at marshal art.  Bruce Lee is dead.  So, I'll place my bet on Jet Li.

  12. nancyme profile image61
    nancymeposted 13 years ago

    Bruce Lee. I totally agree with you. I like Jackie Chan and Jet Li but yeah, Bruce definitely is the master. smile

  13. Marcy-Lipton profile image60
    Marcy-Liptonposted 13 years ago

    You are not serious!

    This isn't for debate.

    And I'm not going to look at any other answers.

    As sure as water flows horizontally and fire flows vertically, the answer without question or debate is BRUCE LEE!!!

  14. Allen Williams profile image69
    Allen Williamsposted 12 years ago

    AT one time Bruce Lee was the best in the world and he probably will always carry that title no matter who you imagine him up against.  In reality right now if we look at skill levels, Bruce Lee has not honed his skills near as long as Jackie Chan.  I do not know how long Jet Li was training but Jackie Chan has been training over 30 years and is a Master of the art.  I would have to say at current skill levels, Jackie Chan would be the victor!  Perhaps if Bruce Lee were still alive and had the same amount of time practicing as Jackie Chan he still might be the best.

  15. i_am_monk profile image59
    i_am_monkposted 12 years ago

    I would love to see this fight, I'm assuming that this is when each of them were in there prime so i would have to say Bruce Lee because he is my all time favourite but after him it would be pretty tough between Jackie Chan and Jet Lee. If i had to rate them it would go:
    1. Bruce Lee
    2. Jackie Chan
    3. Jet Lee

  16. JIN1128 profile image87
    JIN1128posted 12 years ago

    it's between Bruch Lee and Jet Li.  Jackie Chan really has no chance against those two.  However, all three would lose to Bodhidharma, he is the one that taught martial arts to the Shaolin temple monks.

  17. hubsy profile image68
    hubsyposted 12 years ago

    Jackie Chan all the way, you should watch interviews, he's super funny.

  18. Jarn profile image61
    Jarnposted 12 years ago

    Li. Chan is retired and Lee is dead.

  19. ithabise profile image73
    ithabiseposted 12 years ago

    Bruce Lee for sure. It would be the world's biggest fight to see.

  20. benisan85745 profile image60
    benisan85745posted 11 years ago

    Seriously, well since this is a hypothetical question, of course Bruce Lee would reign champ. Jackie Chan and Jet Li, although excellent in their fields of Martial Arts Study, in reality they were student of the man himself. Chan, began his career as a stuntman for Lee in his film "Fist of Fury", however, I would like to see Bruce Lee take on his master Ip Man, craetor of the Wing Chun style.....


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