Zosph asked in SportsMartial Arts · 7 years ago

Who was the greatest Fighter of all Time?

We're talking about all forms of Martial Arts

Update:

It's not Bruce Lee or Jackie Chan lol

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  • 7 years ago
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    Chuck Norris.

    He will roundhouse kick your face for even asking this.

    Source(s): my brain ;)
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  • 7 years ago

    Bruce Lee greatly over-rated, naive adolecent runts want believe silly hoaxes of him. Jackis Chan know he not greatest, have jokes of himself and Bruce Lee at some movies.

    Are many candidates. At ancient Greece, Milo of Crotona and Polydamas are fighting champions at Olympics. Polydamas is 6'-8" tall, weigh 330 lbs. historians say. Tales say Milo carry bull at arena, use one blow of fist kill it, Polydamas strangle lion.

    Miyamoto Musashi is "sword saint" of Japan, is invincible.

    At 20th Century Wang Hsu-Chin (1905-1981) and Oyama Masutatsu (1923-1994, born Korea, real name Choi Young-Eui) are formidable men, easily beat Bruce Lee if he dare face them. Some Karate masters break hands when strike Wang Sifu's tough "Iron Shirt' body. Oyama Sensei use bare hands kill many bulls. Both men beaat many skillful fighters. Bruce Lee avoid public fights and sparring.

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  • 7 years ago

    No one. A martial artist will always have their pros and cons. His or her attributes keeps them grounded. One cannot excel at everything. Their faults defines them as human. He or she will always have more to learn. Bruce Lee, for instance, was only mortal. Although he is known for his signature one inch punch, there has been no confirmed account of him fighting accept Wong Jack Man. Bruce Lee is a martial artist for sure, but no fighter.

    Source(s): Avid martial artist
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  • Stevie
    Lv 6
    7 years ago

    Bruce lee ? Jackie chan? Po?

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  • 7 years ago

    many could be thrown in this in no particular order:

    Leonidas of the Spartan 300

    Minamoto Musashi

    Motobu choki (beat a professional boxer when he was in his late 50's documented in Kingu magazine)

    Bruce Lee

    Mohammed Ali (claimed the title himself)

    Dempsy

    Mas Oyama

    Sakugawa To-te (had a family of martial arts named after him)

    Fedor Emilankos

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  • Guts
    Lv 5
    7 years ago

    Crixus, champion of capua

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  • coco
    Lv 5
    7 years ago

    Ralph Macchio

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  • 7 years ago

    Definitely Bruce Lee. He'd put all these modern MMA fighters to shame if he were still around.

    Your move, KW...

    Source(s): Experience in Multiple Styles, Primarily Muay Thai, Moderator of The Caged Dojo Forums founded by Top Contributors of the Yahoo! Answers Martial Arts Section.
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  • 7 years ago

    Lyoto Machida or Masahiko Kimura

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  • 7 years ago

    Miyamoto Musashi?

    OOOOH NO, it was Bruce Lee. I just read Keyboard warriors answer. Definitely Bruce Lee. My mistake, silly me.....

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  • Kokoro
    Lv 7
    7 years ago

    Oh it's bruce

    Kw when is the funeral, and were do we send flowers

    Do you seriously think that in the millions of years of humanity, and the billions of fighters that most of which were never heard of it can be narrowed down to one person

    Source(s): 30yrs ma
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