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  • Bruce Lee;probably has more experience that Jackie Chan. Chan uses the tailsmans as majic in the cartoon seires, but since this is a real fight, then Bruce may have advantage. And Chan is getting quite old by the way, may not have the strength anymore as his earlier years.
  • Jackie Chan for sure, it wouldn't take much effort to beat up a dead guy (all respect to Bruce, he's a badass).
  • Jackie Chan hands down - no one could beat the ORIGIONAL stunt master :P
  • Jackie Chan.
  • Jackie Chan because Bruce Lee never fought against Chinese, only those that oppressed the Chinese. And in no time, Jackie would have Bruce laughing and they would call the whole thing off.
  • I would say Bruce Lee because Jackie Chan is mainly stunts.
  • As Bruce Lee has been dead longer than a lot of ABers have been alive, it would have to be Jackie Chan.
  • Bruce Lee has entered the dragon. Anyone that has mastered drunken monkey style can beat anyone else. I remember seeing Bruce Lee in more involved fighting sequences instead of Jackie Chan's flashyness. Chan films all his stunts and then plays them at double speed like a Benny Hill Show skit.
  • BRUCE LEE HANDS DOWN HE'S LIKE THE ELVIS PRESLY OF MUSIC.
  • If Bruce Lee were still alive, most certainly he would win. Jackie Chan is more of an acrobat than a martial artist.
  • Bruce Lee for sure.
  • bruce lee would win. not only did he beat chuck norris but he also destoyed the 10 feat tall Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. He is more skilled than Jackie in many more different fighting styles and he also created his own. He's unstoppable and way faster and jackie is just a loser whos movies are too shitty for their time
  • jackie Chan.
  • Jackie Chan all the way! He rocks!
  • Bruce lee ,I'm sure
  • Who knows? Did you know Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan were friends back then? And did you also know that Jackie was one of the unlucky guards from Enter the Dragon?! Bruce hurt Jackie on more than one occasion... When doing the scene where Jackie attacks Bruce and Bruce fights with the Escrima sticks, Bruce accitdentally hits Jackie in the face!! Bruce appoligized and promised Jackie that he would star with him in his remaining movies(too bad he died before this happened!!) And he also kicks Jackie through a wall!!!!
  • Jackie Chan as Bruce isnt as fit as he was! lol joke
  • Books and documentaries describe Bruce Lee as being a serious student of martial arts. He became quite the expert during his time. Don't know much about Jackie Chan. He appears to be more of an acrobat or stunt man. I'd put my money on Bruce.
  • I'd put a paycheck on Bruce.
  • Bruce Lee would win the fight but,the ultimate winner of that match would be "Pay Per View"
  • in their prime? Tough call, jackie chan believe it or not is even more athletic than bruce was in his prime, just watch his old flicks like police story to get what i mean. i did have to go with bruce cause his techniques are way more deadly and less flashy. but give jackie a wide space to maneuvour and some props on the way i gurantee you it would be hard to call, how can you beat someone you cant catch? Jackie chan's a cat with 9 lives.
  • The Bruce, Chan was an understudy of his.
  • bruce lee. he is the best. he could put his fist about 6 inches away from your chest and then from there punch you his hardest and knock you 6 feet back on your ass. i would put all the money in the world on bruce lee. he is number 1 all the time. no body could beat him.
  • Jackie chan was not only in Enter the Dragon but also I believe in Return of the Dragaon as a Camera man while they were shooting the fight scene with Chuck Norris. Jackie Chan studied Pak Mei kung Fu, Peeking Opera and most classical kung fu styles and has genuine ability. Bruce lee started out with Tai Chi from his Dad,(Peeking Opera), hung-gar and most famous for WingChung under Yip Man but he also had experience in Western fighting like boxing, Philapino, Indonesian fighting,wrestling,korean and japanse styles as well. His Jun Fan do (Jee kune Do Philosophy) was very revolutionary, very practical and he seemed to be more of a street fighter than Jackie Chan but Wing Chung is very much street fight orientated. Ok who would win of the two? Don't know for sure but they would surely both kick the crap out of my butt.
  • Bruce lee would win, with his duration. Bruce Lee felt that many martial artists of his day did not spend enough time on physical conditioning. Bruce included all elements of total fitness--muscular strength, muscular endurance, cardiovascular endurance, and flexibility. He tried traditional bodybuilding techniques to build bulky muscles or mass. However, Lee was careful to admonish that mental and spiritual preparation was fundamental to the success of physical training in martial arts skills. The weight training program that Lee used during a stay in Hong Kong in 1965 at only 24 years old placed heavy emphasis on his arms. At that time he could perform bicep curls at a weight of 70 to 80lbs for three sets of eight repetitions, along with other forms of exercises, such as squats, push-ups, reverse curls, concentration curls, French presses, and both wrist curls and reverse wrist curls. [36] The repetitions he performed were 6 to 12 reps (at the time). While this method of training targeted his fast and slow twitch muscles, it later resulted in weight gain or muscle mass, placing Bruce a little over 160 lbs Lee believed that the abdominal muscles were one of the most important muscle groups for a martial artist, since virtually every movement requires some degree of abdominal work. Perhaps more importantly, the "abs" are like a shell, protecting the ribs and vital organs.
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  • I'd put my money on Bruce, sorry Jackie :[ Though both haven't exactly mastered any martial arts styles, Bruce was in better shape and probably knew more, whereas Jackie was more of a stuntman, acrobat, and slap-stick comedian 0.0
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  • chan would kick his fucking ass left and right
  • If both were alive and in their prime, it would be Bruce Lee. His art was more practical whereas Jackie Chang had to practice his art to where it look flamboyant but not very practical.
  • Wow I think there is enough old footage of Jackie Chans made for china chinese movies to suggest that has genuine Martial Arts Skill. The thing is that in China as like in some other asian countries it is easy to obtain martial arts skills when you are young and if you became an acrobat or an actor it was almost a must. Bruce lee was also a child actor having the same influences but he was heavily influenced by wing Chung Kung Fu and since He relocated to the USA, where he had actually been born, he used martial arts as a means of earning an income. He may have been much more dedicated and serious about it from a personal and spiritual standpoint than Jackie Chan but at the end of the day they were both Actors behind the camera and both Martial Artist. Maybe Bruce Lee would win.
  • Bruce Lee Of Course.
  • Jackie Chan :)
  • i think Bruce Lee, he was real quick!
  • Bruce Lee, all the way. Most people don't know this, but Jackie Chan is NOT a fighter. He is a brilliant stuntman, singer, comic, and choreographer. He's basically a great dancer. Most of the martial arts he employs in film are everything Bruce Lee was against, i.e. things that look nice but would never work in the real world. By his own admission, Jackie Chan has only been in two fights and lost both. Bruce Lee on the other hand was a real martial artist and street fighter who was rarely ever defeated. While Bruce Lee famously could win a fight in a minute flat, I guarantee he would have taken out Jackie Chan in about five seconds.
  • Bruce Lee, of course.
  • I think Bruce Lee. Even if you take them both at their prime, I choose to believe the myth that Bruce Lee had to slow down his punches for them to be seen on television. I just don't think jackie Chan (as cool as he is) could handle that.

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