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The Karate Kid is not real.

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Jackie Chan felt like he achieved one of his life goals. Source: I am Jackie Chan, My Life in Action


Jackie Chan learned Kung Fu throughout his childhood and continueing into his adult life because he studied different styles for the movies.


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Nope. That is just in Jackie Chan Adventures which is not real life.


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Jackie Chan has trained in a variety of martial arts so technically can fight, but has never taken part in any competitive fighting.


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In his book "I am Jackie Chan. My Life In Action" Jackie relates a story of how he was rejected by a girlfriend when he was still in his teens because he wasn't 'good enough' for her, or at least her father and he says that at that moment he decided that he was going to be a success, to be the best.


There are two answers to this question:1. Bruce Lee would win.2. Jackie Chan would win.There are lots of reasons why Jackie or Bruce would win depending on when they fought, how old they were, and what the rules were. Have fun discussing it.Trivia: In his autobiography 'I am Jackie Chan. My life in Action' Jackie relates a story that Sammo Hung challenged Bruce Lee to a fight in the corridor at Golden Harvest one day. Jackie said that Sammo claimed to have won.


Jackie Chan has achieved many things in his life. From a recent tongue-in-cheek list Jackie wrote about himself - he is an stunt man, kung fu practitioner, actor, kung fu director, playwright, director, singer, producer, business owner, philanthropist, and an international celebrity


Karate for Life was created in 1977.


Quite a few - there are several in English about Jackie, his life and his film making and there are many picture books in Japanese as well as several biographical books in Chinese.


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Jackie was a stuntman in 'Enter the Dragon' and "fought" Bruce Lee in the underground fight scene. Bruce Lee accidentally hit Jackie with his stick on the side of his face knocking him unconscious. He did NOT break his neck.Jackie was also an extra and stunt double in 'Fist of Fury'.Jackie and Bruce Lee never fought in real life. This is not the way of true martial artists.



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