Bruce Lee is the greatest martial arts icon of all time, and a hero to many people around the world. He was the founder of his own fighting style, called "Jeet Kune Do" - the way of the intercepting fist. Lee was an instructor of martial arts, an actor, filmmaker, and a philosopher. His death at the young age of 32 left a void in this world that is still felt today.
His many fans pay tribute to his legacy in different ways. Some create art, while others dedicate their lives to learning Jeet Kune Do and other martial arts. Now, one little fan has taken the world by storm with his Bruce Lee inspired moves. Meet Ryusei, the mini-Bruce Lee. He doesn’t just pay respect to the legendary man - he becomes him.
The 5-year-old Japanese boy has mastered his hero’s moves from one of Lee’s most well-known films Game of Death, released in 1978. His expertise with the nunchucks might be up to par with Lee’s own legendary prowess. Pretty soon, we might actually have another martial arts champion on our hands, and this video might make you think twice about reincarnation.
H/T: Little Big Shots