Every martial artist would like to know how and what made Bruce Lee such a devastating fighter. Even
though a lot of people associated with Bruce Lee or many claimed to have trained him or trained with him,
I can safely say that not many of them were privileged to his secret training method.
'The Art of War'
Bruce and I grew up together. We were friends since we were young boys. It was I who introduced Bruce
Lee to Wing Chun School in the summer of 1954. In the old days, the master would never teach the new
It was up to the senior students to pass on the Wing Chun lessons to Bruce. As I was his Kung Fu
Senior of many years, I was instructed by Grandmaster Yip man to train him. By 1995, one year into his
Wing Chun training, Bruce progressed very fast, and already became a threat to most of the Wing Chun
seniors as the majority of them were armchair martial artists.
They discovered that Bruce was not a full
blooded Chinese because his mother was half German and half Chinese. The seniors got together and put
pressure on Professor Yip Man and tried to get Bruce kicked out of the Wing Chun School.
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Professor Yip Man had no other choice but to bow to their pressure, but he told Bruce that he
could train with me and Sihing Wong Shun Leung. But most of the time we trained together.
The first thing I showed Bruce was the Principles of being a good fighter:
1. The Heart In a confrontation, one must desire to win; when under pressure, one must maintain calm