Joe Lewis vs Bruce Lee (Lewis talking about Bruce Lee)

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The article today is about a demonstration between Joe Lewis and  Bruce Lee.
lets introduce Joe Lewis:
Joe Lewis (March 7, 1944 – August 31, 2012) was an American kickboxer, point karate fighter and actor. As a fighter, Lewis gained fame for his matches in the 1960s and 1970s.
He has twice been voted the greatest fighter in karate history, having won innumerable karate tournaments, and has attained the titles of "United States Heavyweight Kickboxing Champion," "World Heavyweight Full Contact Karate Champion, and "United States National Black Belt Kata Champion.
From February 7 to July 14, 1966, he was stationed at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, at which time he was released from active duty. Upon returning to the USA, he began a winning tournament career.
From 1967 to 1968, he studied privately with the influential Wing-Chun kung Fu teacher, Jeet Kune Do founder, and Chinese/Hollywood movie legend Bruce Lee. Hong Kong cinema historian Bey Logan says Lewis was the original pick of Bruce Lee for the villain Colt in Way of the Dragon, but that Lee and Lewis had a falling out before the film and thus Chuck Norris was tapped instead.
 Bruce Lee is very light compared to the Karate great champion Joe Lewis, Lee was 58 kilograms (127 lbs) while Joe was 88 kilograms  (195 lbs), It is a huge difference of 30 kilograms between the two.
Even though, Bruce Lee can push Joe by his one inch punch technique, this says a lot about his power. Some people think that the image of Bruce lee is much more than reality, that is an opinion that we should respect, but we have heard many people and champions whom really met Bruce Lee in person, and had practiced martial arts with him, and other who filmed with him. 
Many personalities met Bruce Lee and witnessed the reality in person such as the great martial artist and actor Chuck Norris, Bolo Yeung, Jackie Chan (when he was a teen)...
Watch the video of Bruce Lee and Joe Lewis👉



Read more about Joe Lewis in the Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Lewis_(martial_artist)

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