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    I used to have massive posters of both Bruce Lee and Muhammed Ali when I was at uni, two archetypes of manliness and confidence, or so I thought. Think they are certainly iconographic but apparently Lee wasnt that great a boxer or fighter in reality.
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    After watching documentaries, and readings, Lee is actually a great fighter and proved it time and time again to those that tested him. However, he wasn't a professional martial artist such as Chuck Norris.

    Still, Chuck verified he'd get his ass whipped.
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    The Jackie incident forever immortalized in Enter the Fat Dragon by Sammo Hung:
    towards the end.
    YouTube - Enter the Fat Dragon - Sammo Hung vs Bruce Lee impersonator
    Tweaking Big Nose's big nose.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    I used to have massive posters of both Bruce Lee and Muhammed Ali when I was at uni, two archetypes of manliness and confidence, or so I thought. Think they are certainly iconographic but apparently Lee wasnt that great a boxer or fighter in reality.
    Neither was Ali. Even with bogus rules Inoki proved it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by candylandjoe View Post
    It's not an assumption of mine because I left the door open to your providing explicit examples.
    Still eagerly waiting for your evidence, jixmix.

    sx/sp e19 entj, socionics LIE, logical subtype. isfp or istp would be ridiculous. Is there even such a thing as an e1 isfp?

    An sp/so e98 entj interviews him in the most popular Youtube interview.

    Kinda has me thinking Prince might be e19 rather than e12.

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    I take that back about istps lacking in e-ish dynamic ability. Certainly could be him.

    e1 or 8 though?

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    Default Bruce Lee - TP but what TP?

    I watched all the Bruce Lee interviews I could find on youtube yesterday.

    I think I have narrowed it down to ISTP or ENTP. He is introspective and has a reflective bend that comes across as very TP (Ti) to me. I am tempted to go with ISTP (which would also be the logical choice, given his profession). But you cannot conclude a type from a professsion.

    Yet once or twice the interviewer throws him an intuitive bone to pick and Bruce misses it. Its interesting; I don't really get any sensing from him, but nor does he seem overly intuitive.

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    [YOUTUBE="y-2gEx0n_MA"]Bruce Lee, nunchuck ping pong[/YOUTUBE]

    I can agree with you... Interesting that it's hard to distinguish...
    I think perhaps ESTP, but that martial arts and him being from an asian culture plays a role in making him seem introspective.
    He's a huuuuuuuuuuge show-off, though, and really freaking Se-oriented.

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    very good point
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    ISTP
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    ISTP.... I remember that someone on PerC was arguing for INFX.

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