In 2014, Abbas Alizada went viral after an image of him posing alongside his idol Bruce Lee was posted online. High Horse Studios talked to Abbas about his dreams of redeeming himself and his country through impersonation, performance and martial arts training.
We’d never trust a four-year-old with a set of nunchucks, but this kid seems to know what he’s doing. Watch as he does his best impression of Bruce Lee as he mimics his moves on the TV behind him – without breaking the screen.
EA Sports reveals in-game footage of Bruce Lee in its upcoming PS4 and Xbox One UFC game. The martial arts legend will be playable in the league’s flyweight, bantamweight, featherweight and lightweight divisions.
Sorry Lyoto, but the real Dragon is here. Alongside in-game footage of vicious knockouts and submissions, the latest gameplay video for the Xbox One and PS 4 MMA game reveals that Bruce Lee will be a playable character.
Dan & Dave worked with Bruce Lee Enterprises to create this beautiful deck, each of which contains a philosophical quote from the martial arts master, as well as an intricate dragon motif on back. The Jokers? Lee himself in action.
Supreme worked with Bruce Lee’s family to release a line of apparel featuring the legendary martial artist. The must-have has to be these terry crewneck sweaters featuring a large graphic of the Dragon. We also dig the Vans.
International action star and martial artist Donnie Yen goes up against the Dragon himself in this slick computer animated short film, A Warriors Dream. Directed and animated by Li Jin, a passionate fan of both Yen and Lee.
If it wasn’t strange enough to see Bruce Lee reincarnated via CGI, it’s even more odd that his uncanny doppelgÃ¤nger is appearing in a promo for Johnnie Walker Blue – since clean-living Bruce never drank. Still, it’s worth watching.
In the 1970s, Jackie Chan was cast in a very minor role in Enter the Dragon. Like many other extras, he was unintentionally hurt in a fight scene by the insanely fast limbs of the Dragon himself. But Jackie made the most of it.
A set that includes Blu-ray and DVD versions of The Big Boss, Fist Of Fury, Way Of The Dragon and Game Of Death, plus DVD versions of two documentaries. It’s packaged in a book that is itself filled with pictures and other materials.
Bruce Lee’s in-depth interview at the Pierre Berton Show, originally filmed in 1971, just a couple of years before he passed away. The footage was lost and would not be found and aired again until 1994.