|“||You must be shapeless, formless, like water. When you pour water in a cup, it becomes the cup. When you pour water in a bottle, it becomes the bottle. When you pour water in a teapot, it becomes the teapot. Water can drip and it can crash. Become like water my friend...||„|
|~ Bruce Lee|
The story of Bruce Lee began on November 27, 1940 in San Francisco, California. He was born as Lee Jun Fan, the fourth child of a Chinese father named Lee Hoi-Chuen and a mother of Chinese and German ancestry named Grace.
He was an actor and a martial arts expert, he combined the Chinese fighting art of kung fu with the grace of a ballet dancer. He helped to make martial arts films a new art form before his death in July 20, 1973.
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Tier: At least 9-C, likely higher
Name: Varies, but his character is always nicknamed "Bruce Lee"
Origin: Bruce Lee movies
Attack Potency: At least Street level, likely higher (Punched a man so hard in the stomach that his kidney collapsed, punched and kicked people in their "sacred spots" so hard that the shock killed them, can easily snap necks)
Speed: Peak Human (Effortlessly reacted to multiple opponents, reacted to flying knives, can easily use the nunchucks which are one of the hardest weapons to use, he is also too fast to be properly tracked by video cameras at 24 FPS, appearing as nothing more than a blur)
Lifting Strength: Peak human (Lifted 2 adult men with no difficulty and tossed them a few yards)
Striking Strength: At least Street Class, likely higher (Punched a man so hard in the stomach that his kidney collapsed, and can casually send people flying several meters in the air across a room)
Durability: Street level (Took hits from a guy that easily killed people with a few punches, he was massively beaten in Game of Death and survived)
Stamina: Peak Human (Fought tens of opponents without signs of getting tired)
Range: Standard Melee range, extended melee range with weapons
Standard Equipment: Knives, Nunchucks, staves
Intelligence: Bruce Lee is an extremely skilled mixed martial artist, easily fending off dozens of opponents with nothing but his bare fists or occasionally a weapon. He is also pragmatic in a fight, grabbing his opponent's hair, hitting them below the belt, among other dirty tactics in order to secure victory in dire situations.
Weaknesses: Normal human weaknesses
- Several showings of him using his Nunchucks.
- Kill Count in The Big Boss.
- One hit kills a guy
- Stomps a Karate dojo
- Beat a bunch of members of the same dojo
- Defeats dozens of trained killers
- Stomps a trained killer
- High kicks a man, twice in a single second
Note: This profile is for the fictionalized Hong Kong cinematic Bruce Lee, and not the real life actor Bruce Lee who portrays him.