Why do people fight at a fundamental level? They are unhappy with a situation and want to do something about it. Professional fighters generally like to face problems head on and are even willing to get in a cage to prove their mettle against another trained athlete. Fighters train because they are not satisfied with … Read more
As Manny Pacquiao warms up for his daily run in preparation for his upcoming fight with Floyd Mayweather he stretches and dances around to loosen up. In this new video captured by EsNews (“Elie Seckbach reporting”) we can witness the 36-year-old Filipino boxing legend also showing some knowledge of kicking. Watch as Pac-Man first does … Read more
It’s the giving season and EA Sports has decided to give players the Bruce Lee character for free in the EA Sports UFC video game. Lee will be available as a playable character in the Bantamweight, Featherweight, Lightweight and Welterweight divisions — but only for a limited time, so you better hurry up if you … Read more
We’ve seen plenty of gameplay from the EA Sports UFC video game so far. But now take a look at how submissions will work; how to submit your opponent, and how to defend submission attempts. Watch as UFC women’s bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey tries out her infamous arm bar on her arch rival Miesha Tate. … Read more
Yes you can play as Bruce Lee in the upcoming EA Sports UFC video game due for release on June 17th. Now take a look at the Master in action from actual in-game footage. Bruce Lee fans will immediately recognize the gestures and movements of the man considered by most to be the godfather of … Read more
Bruce Lee co-wrote the “The Silent Flute” but passed away before its completion. Years later, the script was finished, David Carradine was cast in the role meant for Lee and it was renamed “Circle of Iron”.
Watch as one of the greatest fight scenes in martial arts history from the 1973 film “Enter the Dragon” is recreated for the modern day using Anderson Silva in the place of Bruce Lee and Chael Sonnen in the place of the character “Oharra”, played by Bob Wall.