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5 Bruce Lee Myths Debunked

5 Bruce Lee Myths Debunked If you're a kung-fu legend, chances are there have been some tall tales created about your life. Here are five myths about Bruce Lee that have been debunked in his recent biography, Bruce Lee: A Life. 1. Lee didn't drink much because he probably suffered from alcohol flush reaction. People with this reaction lack an enzyme needed to metabolize alcohol. 2. Kung Fu was written by two Jewish comedy writers from Brooklyn, Ed Spielman and Howard Friendlander. 3. This fight was sparked by an insult and not about who Lee allowed as students at his Kung-Fu school in Oakland, CA. 4. The reality is that Bruce Lee worked his opponent over so hard, someone had to intervene and rescue Wong. 5. Conspiracy theories surfaced after his death, but Bruce Lee died from a cerebral edema (swelling of the brain).

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