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The Wing Chun Federation Brandon Lee Biography Brandon Lee was an action film star and the son of actor Bruce Lee. His untimely death was caused by a prop gun accident and the set of the film The Crow. Synopsis Brandon Lee was born on February 1, 1965, in Oakland, California to martial arts star Bruce Lee. After his father’s death, Lee moved to Seattle with his mother and sister. Early Life Actor Brandon Lee was born on February 1, 1965, in Oakland, California. Lee struggled growing up, moving around a lot and coping with being the son of a martial arts legend. Early Career Around that time, Lee appeared in Kung Fu: The Movie with David Carradine, which aired on television. 'The Crow' and Untimely Death With his career on an upswing, Lee signed on to play Eric Draven in The Crow based on the comic books of James O'Barr. Lee was taken to the hospital where surgeons tried to stop the bleeding and repair the damage, but they were unsuccessful. The Crow was released the next year after additional scenes were shot to complete the film.

Jeet Kune Do Jeet Kune Do, also Jeet Kun Do, and abbreviated JKD, is an eclectic and hybrid martial art system and philosophy of life founded by the martial artist Bruce Lee[2] (1940-1973) 1960 with simple and direct, or straightforward, movements and non-classical style. Jeet Kune Do practitioners believe in minimal movements with maximum effects and extreme speed. The system works by using different "tools" for different situations, where the situations are divided into ranges, which is kicking, punching, trapping, and grappling, where we use techniques to flow smoothly between them. In 2004, the Bruce Lee Foundation decided to use the name Jun Fan Jeet Kune Do (振藩截拳道) to refer to the martial arts system that Lee founded; "Jun Fan" was Lee's Chinese given name. System and philosophy[edit] Lee's philosophy[edit] Jeet Kune Do (JKD) is the name Lee gave to his combat system and philosophy. The dominant or strongest hand should be in the lead because it would perform a greater percentage of the work.

Love Actors Zen Do Kai History[edit] The first Zen Do Kai dojo was opened at Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. Jones states that it was originally intended to cater for those who worked in the security industry.[1] Zen Do Kai follows the classical martial arts model with a distinct hierarchy, a philosophy and the promotion of the ethical code of Bushido. The web site of Bob Jones Corporation Pty Ltd claims that Zen Do Kai has clubs located in Australia, New Zealand and Israel.[2] Philosophy[edit] Malcolm Anderson's Split and Anderson Bushi Kai[edit] Malcolm Anderson was sent to Queensland to take charge of the development of Zen Do Kai in that region in the 1970s. Disputes arose between Anderson and Jones that led to Anderson being removed as the head of Zen Do Kai in Queensland in late-2000. References[edit]

Troy (2004 Vale tudo Vale tudo (IPA: [ˈvali ˈtudu]; English: anything goes) are full-contact unarmed combat events, with a limited number of rules, that became popular in Brazil during the 20th century.[1] Vale Tudo has been considered a combat sport by some observers.[2] Vale Tudo uses techniques from many martial art styles, making it similar to modern mixed martial arts. History[edit] 1920s to 1980s[edit] Fighting sideshows termed "Vale Tudo" became popular in Brazilian circuses during the 1920s.[3] Examples of such bouts were described in the Japanese-American Courier on October 4, 1928:[4] One report from São Paulo declares that Jiu Jitsu is truly an art and that in an interesting exhibition in the side tent to the big circus a Bahian of monstrous dimensions met his waterloo at the hands of a diminutive Japanese wrestler. From 1960 onwards, Vale Tudo remained a mostly underground subculture, with most fights taking place in martial arts dojos or small gymnasiums. 1990s to present[edit] References[edit]

Love Movies Zui Quan Concept[edit] Zui quan is a category of techniques, forms and fighting philosophy that appear to imitate a drunkard's movements.[1] The postures are created by momentum and weight of the body, and imitation is generally through staggering and certain type of fluidity in the movements. It is considered to be among the most difficult wushu styles to learn due to the need for powerful joints and fingers. Style[edit] Even though the style seems irregular and off balance it takes the utmost balance to be successful. Zui quan within Chinese martial arts[edit] Many traditional Chinese martial arts utilize drunken techniques and fighting philosophy within forms and techniques. Media appearances[edit] References[edit] External links[edit]