Chuck Norris vs. Bruce Lee
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When martial arts legend and political juggernaut Chuck Norris shares his thoughts on Bruce Lee, you listen. On his WorldNetDaily column, Chuck Norris discusses Bruce Lee's charm, adaptability, and whether the jeet kune do master would have stood a chance against the karate champ.

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Bruce Lee San Francisco
Bruce Lee Family Archives
This weekend, San Francisco's Chinatown Historical Society of America will debut an exhibition meant as a long overdue tribute to one of the city's native son's, legendary martial artist Bruce Lee. Lee was born in San Francisco's Chinatown Hospital in 1940 while his parents were on tour with a visiting Chinese opera company. After moving to Seattle from Hong Kong in 1959, he would briefly return to live and teach in the Bay Area before moving to Los Angeles.
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Bruce Lee
Return of the Dragon / Golden Harvest / Warner Bros
Regardless of when, where and how Bruce Lee’s Return of the Dragon (1972) was released, it is always the return of the nunchaku — yet this time, it’s double trouble. Return of the Dragon (aka Way of the Dragon) was released in the United States in a way that implied it was a sequel to Bruce Lee’s Enter the Dragon (1973). Far from it! In fact, multitudes of people regard Return of the Dragon as Lee’s best film.
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David Leitch
Credit: WireImageCopyright: 2019 Samir Hussein

David Leitch

Over the past decade, regardless of all the technological breakthroughs in modern medicine, the leech has been reborn as a lifesaver for those undergoing skin grafts, reconstructive plastic surgery and limb-reattachment operations due to cancer and other traumatic experiences. The surname Leitch dates back to the Middle Ages with Anglo-Saxon/Scottish origins regarding folks who were important doctors who saved clan members’ lives and searched for new ways to heal.
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