5-year-old Performs Perfect Bruce Lee Nunchaku Fight

Posted: May 4 2015, 5:44am CDT | by , in News | Latest Movie News

5-year-old Performs perfect Bruce Lee Nunchaku Fight

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A video of a 5-year-old fighting with nunchaku like Bruce Lee has gone viral. Watch the reincarnation of Bruce Lee below.

Bruce Lee is still a big hero for today's kids. The legendary martial arts star died at the age of 32 in 1972. A 5-year-old Japanese boy is an obviously huge fan of Bruce Lee. A video of him showing his nunchuku fight skills has gone viral.

Ryuji Imai copies every single move of Bruce Lee in the movie Game of Death. He swirls the nanchuku as fast as Bruce Lee. The video shows him performing each move in front of the movie playing on a TV. The synchronicity is mind blowing. The yellow jumpsuit does help.

Ryuji Imai has already a Facebook page with close to 20,000 followers. He has the skills to become a martial arts actor. Hollywood should take note now.

Bruce Lee's last movie was Enter the Dragon released in 1973. In 1978 Game of Death was released that used stock footage of Bruce Lee. Game of Death II followed in 1981 using again stock material Bruce Lee filmed before his untimely death.

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