#1 Posted by King Saturn (222830 posts) - - Show Bio

Who wins this four way fight between these action stars ? Who goes out first ?
Post Edited:2008-05-22 22:37:02

#2 Posted by Akira Overdrive (10075 posts) - - Show Bio

I say it comes down to Jet Li and Donnie Yen,if you know anything about those two they you know the versatility they have.Tony Jaa and Jim Kelly are kind focused on one martial art,Tony Jaa being the less versatile one.

#3 Posted by King Saturn (222830 posts) - - Show Bio

Akira Overdrive says:

"I say it comes down to Jet Li and Donnie Yen,if you know anything about those two they you know the versatility they have.Tony Jaa and Jim Kelly are kind focused on one martial art,Tony Jaa being the less versatile one."

True. But I think Tony Jaa vs Jim Kelly would be an interesting fight still

#4 Posted by No_Name_ (17403 posts) - - Show Bio

Tony Jaa

#5 Posted by Akira Overdrive (10075 posts) - - Show Bio

BatgirlBabs says:

"Tony Jaa"

Donnie Yen

#6 Posted by Tenjin (1594 posts) - - Show Bio

Tony jaa or jet li......tony can be very versatile too...he mimics others moves sometimes or counters them....ong bak he did it to the japanese kicker, the australian got it hard too.....and in protector was good cuz you know he potential could fend of alot of attacks.....i not a fanboy but he is my favorite martial artist and no disrespect but he only has 2 mainstream movies so most people have not to see him in action alot.....jet li would fair well against almost anyone cuz his wushu is so different...strong but soft you know?

#7 Posted by Akira Overdrive (10075 posts) - - Show Bio

King Saturn says:

"Akira Overdrive says:
"I say it comes down to Jet Li and Donnie Yen,if you know anything about those two they you know the versatility they have.Tony Jaa and Jim Kelly are kind focused on one martial art,Tony Jaa being the less versatile one."

True. But I think Tony Jaa vs Jim Kelly would be an interesting fight still"

Yeah it would,but really now that I think about,anyone could win or lose.It all depends if they double team,go after a certain person,or all go against each other.

#8 Posted by Akira Overdrive (10075 posts) - - Show Bio

Tenjin says:

"Tony jaa or jet li......tony can be very versatile too...he mimics others moves sometimes or counters them....ong bak he did it to the japanese kicker, the australian got it hard too.....and in protector was good cuz you know he potential could fend of alot of attacks.....i not a fanboy but he is my favorite martial artist and no disrespect but he only has 2 mainstream movies so most people have not to see him in action alot.....jet li would fair well against almost anyone cuz his wushu is so different...strong but soft you know?"

Tony Jaa has never faced any at any of these mens caliber.He is good,dont get me wrong but Jet Li,Jim,and Yen,have all studied way more then he has(or at least shown way more)

I have only seen Jaa use Muay Thai.

#9 Posted by No_Name_ (17403 posts) - - Show Bio

NH that was alright, but I still think Tony Jaa would throw down and win.

#10 Posted by Static Shock (47330 posts) - - Show Bio

Akira Overdrive says:

"Tony Jaa and Jim Kelly are kind focused on one martial art,Tony Jaa being the less versatile one."

Tony Jaa is skilled in other forms, not just Muay Thai. I know he's skilled in Kung Fu, and Capoeira. Can't remember the rest....

#11 Posted by Akira Overdrive (10075 posts) - - Show Bio

BatgirlBabs says:

"NH that was alright, but I still think Tony Jaa would throw down and win."

NH?Who the hell?lol

Why though?He is fighting three other men who have more skill.

#12 Posted by Akira Overdrive (10075 posts) - - Show Bio

Static Shock says:

"Akira Overdrive says:
"Tony Jaa and Jim Kelly are kind focused on one martial art,Tony Jaa being the less versatile one."

Tony Jaa is skilled in other forms, not just Muay Thai. I know he's skilled in Kung Fu, and Capoeira. Can't remember the rest...."

Thanks for the info.

#13 Posted by Static Shock (47330 posts) - - Show Bio

Vance Astro says:

"Jim Kelly? The old quarterback of the Bills?"

#14 Posted by Vance Astro (90727 posts) - - Show Bio

Static Shock says:

"Akira Overdrive says:
"Tony Jaa and Jim Kelly are kind focused on one martial art,Tony Jaa being the less versatile one."
Tony Jaa is skilled in other forms, not just Muay Thai. I know he's skilled in Kung Fu, and Capoeira. Can't remember the rest...."

Muay Boran, Krabi Krabong, Tae Kwon Do

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#15 Posted by Vance Astro (90727 posts) - - Show Bio

Jim Kelly? The old quarterback of the Bills?

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#16 Posted by Vance Astro (90727 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't think any of these guys can f#ck with Tony.

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#17 Posted by Tenjin (1594 posts) - - Show Bio

i read somewhere tony is making a new movie and he is using some DIM MAK...it literally means death touch.....i not sure if the sources were true though but i know of DIM MAK, my style of Wing Chun (a southern chinese art) was incorporated some pressure points from D.M.......

also jet li is getting old now...but if jet was in his prime i might have second thoughts about it....he still owns now i just saying.....War was sick!!!!!

#18 Posted by King Saturn (222830 posts) - - Show Bio

I wonder how Gordon Liu and Stephen Chow would fair in this fight if they entered it.

#19 Posted by Static Shock (47330 posts) - - Show Bio

Akira Overdrive says:

"Static Shock says:
"Akira Overdrive says:
"Tony Jaa and Jim Kelly are kind focused on one martial art,Tony Jaa being the less versatile one."

Tony Jaa is skilled in other forms, not just Muay Thai. I know he's skilled in Kung Fu, and Capoeira. Can't remember the rest...."

Thanks for the info."

Muay Thai Boran, Krabi Krabong, Stick, Sword, Pencak Silat, Capoeira, Wushu. I think Wusha and Kung Fu are the same, or Wushu is a part of Kung Fu... Correct me if I'm wrong....

#20 Posted by No_Name_ (17403 posts) - - Show Bio

Akira I am so sorry, I'm not wearing my glasses. forgive me?

Tony Jaa in Ong Bak and in the Protector fought many different styles of martial arts- so he hasnt just had to fight muay thai. The clip you showed was good, but I just personally thought Jaa is a better fighter.

#21 Posted by Tenjin (1594 posts) - - Show Bio

Static Shock says:

"Akira Overdrive says:
"Static Shock says:
"Akira Overdrive says:
"Tony Jaa and Jim Kelly are kind focused on one martial art,Tony Jaa being the less versatile one."
Tony Jaa is skilled in other forms, not just Muay Thai. I know he's skilled in Kung Fu, and Capoeira. Can't remember the rest...."
Thanks for the info."
Muay Thai Boran, Krabi Krabong, Stick, Sword, Pencak Silat, Capoeira, Wushu. I think Wusha and Kung Fu are the same, or Wushu is a part of Kung Fu... Correct me if I'm wrong...."

wushu literally means martial art......it is similiar but most kung fu is rooted to the earth(feet planted and body rotation) while wushu is more for movies with fancy kicks and high flyers

#22 Posted by Vance Astro (90727 posts) - - Show Bio

Static Shock says:

"Akira Overdrive says:
"Static Shock says:
"Akira Overdrive says:
"Tony Jaa and Jim Kelly are kind focused on one martial art,Tony Jaa being the less versatile one."
Tony Jaa is skilled in other forms, not just Muay Thai. I know he's skilled in Kung Fu, and Capoeira. Can't remember the rest...."
Thanks for the info."
Muay Thai Boran, Krabi Krabong, Stick, Sword, Pencak Silat, Capoeira, Wushu. I think Wusha and Kung Fu are the same, or Wushu is a part of Kung Fu... Correct me if I'm wrong...."

Your right Wushu is Kung-Fu.

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#23 Posted by Vance Astro (90727 posts) - - Show Bio

Static Shock says:

"Vance Astro says:
" Muay Boran, Krabi Krabong, Tae Kwon Do"
He took Tae Kwon Do too?"

Yup...and Gymnastics.

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#24 Posted by King Saturn (222830 posts) - - Show Bio

Vance Astro says:

"I don't think any of these guys can f#ck with Tony."

You dont think Black Belt Jones aka Jim Kelly can deal with Tony Jaa ? LOL

#25 Posted by Static Shock (47330 posts) - - Show Bio

Vance Astro says:

"Muay Boran, Krabi Krabong, Tae Kwon Do"

He took Tae Kwon Do too?

#26 Posted by No_Name_ (17403 posts) - - Show Bio

King Saturn says:

"Vance Astro says:
"I don't think any of these guys can f#ck with Tony."

You dont think Black Belt Jones aka Jim Kelly can deal with Tony Jaa ? LOL"

No, I don't, actually.

#27 Posted by Static Shock (47330 posts) - - Show Bio

BatgirlBabs says:

"King Saturn says:
"Vance Astro says:
"I don't think any of these guys can f#ck with Tony."

You dont think Black Belt Jones aka Jim Kelly can deal with Tony Jaa ? LOL"

No, I don't, actually. "

Agreed. Jim Kelly isn't even considered one of the greats. A lot of his films were blaxploitation films, and were only popular among African-Americans. If it wasn't for Enter the Dragon, nobody would even know about him. He's the last martial artist that people think of...

#28 Posted by King Saturn (222830 posts) - - Show Bio

Static Shock says:

"BatgirlBabs says:
"King Saturn says:
"Vance Astro says:
"I don't think any of these guys can f#ck with Tony."
You dont think ***Black Belt Jones*** aka Jim Kelly can deal with Tony Jaa ? LOL"
No, I don't, actually. "
Agreed. Jim Kelly isn't even considered one of the greats. A lot of his films were blaxploitation films, and were only popular among African-Americans. If it wasn't for Enter the Dragon, nobody would even know about him. He's the last martial artist that people think of..."

He may not be considered one of the greats. But he was still a good martial artist

#29 Posted by Tenjin (1594 posts) - - Show Bio

agreed....

#30 Posted by King Saturn (222830 posts) - - Show Bio

You have to understand to that back in the 1970's not too many African Americans were being considered for conventional Martial Arts roles. So we didnt get to see very much of Jim Kelly in terms of Martial Arts skills.

#31 Posted by Tenjin (1594 posts) - - Show Bio

as i said with tony it was the absence of film that deludes talent compared to someone with multiple roles

#32 Posted by King Saturn (222830 posts) - - Show Bio

Tenjin says:

"as i said with tony it was the absence of film that deludes talent compared to someone with multiple roles"

Thats True

#33 Posted by Tenjin (1594 posts) - - Show Bio

i would want to see jason statham vs. Jaa that would be crazy....

#34 Posted by King Saturn (222830 posts) - - Show Bio

Tenjin says:

"i would want to see jason statham vs. Jaa that would be crazy...."

Yes Indeed

#35 Posted by Tenjin (1594 posts) - - Show Bio

King Saturn says:

"Tenjin says:
"i would want to see jason statham vs. Jaa that would be crazy...."
Yes Indeed"

most indubably....lol

that would be an awesome fight though, especially in a parking lot.....with no weapons

jason from transporter.......Jaa from Ong bak

#36 Posted by Alexander Anderson (4030 posts) - - Show Bio

Donnie Yen.

#37 Posted by Tenjin (1594 posts) - - Show Bio

Alexander Anderson says:

"Donnie Yen."

why is that....just wondering

#38 Posted by Alexander Anderson (4030 posts) - - Show Bio

Pure charisma. I have no idea what his real-world martial arts qualifications are, but he's got my vote for his intensity alone.

#39 Posted by Tenjin (1594 posts) - - Show Bio

Alexander Anderson says:

"Pure charisma. I have no idea what his real-world martial arts qualifications are, but he's got my vote for his intensity alone."

thats cool.....but im gotta go with Jaa man dude is sick

#40 Posted by Super-Buster (2358 posts) - - Show Bio

Compared to Jaa, most other martial arts stars seem flashy and fake, at least IMO. So I'll go with Jaa.

#41 Posted by Tenjin (1594 posts) - - Show Bio

Super-Buster says:

"Compared to Jaa, most other martial arts stars seem flashy and fake, at least IMO. So I'll go with Jaa."

sweet......im not a huge jet li fan but his last two movies were awesome.....

#42 Posted by King Saturn (222830 posts) - - Show Bio

I wonder how good of a martial artist is Jason David Frank ? Or Micheal Jai White ?

#43 Edited by mv (1876 posts) - - Show Bio
   Say No more Donnie Yen
 
#44 Posted by Speedfreak (553 posts) - - Show Bio
@King Saturn said:
"

I wonder how Gordon Liu and Stephen Chow would fair in this fight if they entered it.

"

Gordan Liu would school Jim Kelly and Tony Jaa. Donnie Yen and Jet Li would be a slug fest. They both have alot of skill with both hands and feet. Real life combat, I'd give it to Jet Li, but only because I've seen footage of him in real life.
#45 Posted by King Saturn (222830 posts) - - Show Bio
@Speedfreak said:
" @King Saturn said:
"

I wonder how Gordon Liu and Stephen Chow would fair in this fight if they entered it.

"
Gordan Liu would school Jim Kelly and Tony Jaa. Donnie Yen and Jet Li would be a slug fest. They both have alot of skill with both hands and feet. Real life combat, I'd give it to Jet Li, but only because I've seen footage of him in real life. "
Gordon Liu would school Jim Kelly ? Jim Kelly is a Two Time Middleweight Karate Champion... he is actually rather skilled in Martial Arts even though he may not have seemed totally unbeatable in Enter the Dragon
#46 Posted by Trauma (5884 posts) - - Show Bio

i think jet li would be out on top though tony jaa could come close