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Bruce Lee's influence on Mixed Martial Arts

Roots of Fight releases short film featuring a "fighter's" look at Bruce Lee

By Editorial Staff
Bruce Lee's influence on Mixed Martial Arts

Roots Of Fight™ known for their thought provoking and entertaining tributes to fighting icons throughout history is now releasing its latest short film featuring a "fighter's" look at Bruce Lee and the influence his philosophy (Jeet Kune Do) has had on the culture of combat sports.

The new release titled, Bruce Lee JKD, presents combat sports personalities such as Mark Munoz, Randy Couture, Bas Rutten, Mike Tyson and Shannon Lee, detailing Bruce Lee's dramatic impact on today's fighting, and how he was the first man to practice mixed martial arts.

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Roots Of Fight pays tribute to the rich history and tradition of martial arts from regions around the globe and connects the history and images of iconic fighters like Muhammad Ali ® and Bruce Lee™ with the contemporary global scale of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA).

By presenting the inspiring stories of fighting icons from the past with those of the present - Roots of Fight pays homage to not just the world's greatest fighters, but also the roots, regional influence and diversity of each discipline.

The “Sweet Science”, “Jun Fan Gung Fu”, Jeet Kun Do along with MuayThai, Russian Sambo and Krav Maga – are just some of the unique and effective fighting systems explored in the Roots Of Fight™ concept.

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