16) Bruce Lee (Lee Jun Fan / Lee Siau Lung).
- In 1958, Bruce Lee beat Boxer British Boxing Champion three times, Gary Elms, in the third round with a KO in the Hong Kong Inter School Championship Amateur Boxing Championship.
- Prior to dealing with Gary Elms, Bruce Lee defeated Shen Yuen, Lieh Lo, and Yang Huang, all of them in the first round by KO.
- Bruce Lee beat Pu Chung, Choy Li Fut Kung Fu expert with a first round TKO in a fight Full Body Contact. Sponsors battle is Wong Sheung Leung.
- From 1959 to 1960, Bruce Lee was involved in many battles in the street and the average victim KO or disability, so that the police be busy due to the favorite.
- In 1962, Bruce Lee beat Uechi, a Black Belt Karate champion, by KO in 11 seconds, in Seattle. Taki Kimura, a disciple and friend of Bruce Lee, it calculates KO within 10 seconds.
- At the time of shooting the film The Big Boss in Thailand, Bruce Lee challenges the Muai Thay with their representatives to KO in just seconds.
- At the time of filming Enter the Dragon, Bruce is also the challenge of a karate black belt by clicking-Konya in seconds.
- On several occasions, Bruce challenges from various martial arts expert either by using bare hands or arms, but all opponents averaged fate KO or unable to continue the fight. In general, the fight was witnessed by many people or experts in other martial arts.
- the longest battle and draining enough Bruce Lee is when he is confronted with Wong Jack Man, a Xing Yi, Shaolin Kung Fu and Tai Chi South. It is said that Wong Jack Man is a fighter of Chin Woo Kung Fu School. The fight finished in 20-25 minutes with Bruce Lee's victory. On another occasion, Wong Jack Man throw down the gauntlet again, but Bruce Lee never responded. Learning from these struggles, Bruce integrate all his martial arts skills and knowledge and ultimately create a new martial stream, which of Jeet Kune Do.
Finally, along with the rapid progress of the country and the openness of China, various types and flow of Kung fu martial arts gradually merged and standardized into a form of exercise that can be contested internationally, currently known as Wushu or "Art of Fighting".