Lee knew that even “no holds barred” underground tournaments are not like street fights.
In street fighting, no one is coming to save you if you go down.
There are no “rules.”
And your opponent likely means you real harm.
So, you have to do one thing: Show absolutely zero mercy.
And end the fight. Quickly.
Because the longer a fight lasts – especially against a stronger opponent – the more chance you could get hurt or have the fight turn against you.
That’s what Bruce Lee’s Jeet Kune Do was developed to do.
End real fights with devastating effect, against any fighting discipline.
And, after Lee’s tragic death in 1973, a few disciples continued to hone this art of “overwhelming devastation.”
One of these was Lee’s partner and friend, the famous fighter Dan Inosanto.
Paul Vunak was actually a protégé of Dan Inosanto’s.
Here’s an old photo of them training together…