Hey Reaka the thing bout Jet Li is that he trains hard but he does this solely for his career as a movie star and admits that he wouldnt be any good in a real fightas had no experience there. That doesnt doesnt mean hes a bad martial artist just not a good fighter (if u dont consider those things to be one and the same). Bruce Lee on the other hand was pretty good at fighting (arguable to many people on this forum) but i doubt that any of his real fight videos are avaiable as if these did exist Im sure they would be very very widespread and well known and not just on some random sites. There are however demonstratiosn that he did that arent part of any films and u can find these on nay doc regarding JKD. Or even a website have small compositions i think theres one on a site called www.jeetkunedo.narod.ru
somewhere (in a foreign language)it also contains other other vids of people doing JKD, quite a few actually. The vid shows him doing the one inch punch a few times on some karetka, making a wing chun guy look silly on the pak sao, breaking a few boards, pulling a few forms and things (his early days for the job interview), pulling off two finger push ups (on one hand that is by the way (whattaguy!!!)) a little sparring in full padding with some karateka, a flash of him directing someone how to kick in enter the dragon, they show him in his coffin a tthe end (bit unneccessary IMO), and all this is with loud dance music in the back (accept no substitutes!). Also got (from cant remember where) a speed demonstration video Bruce punched with a quater of an inch of a karatekas face a few times and even in slow motion the punch you could just tell was very very quick. Check those out for inspiration. Hes top, what dont u like about his personality, hes bubbly....
I think Jackies a good fighter and trained extrememly well back in the day though Im not entirely sure about this on mpeg for our convenience.
Another thing is that the way these people fight in real life (i know for sure for bruce and jet li only knows this way of fighting) is different to the way they would fight in real life and this is simply to sell the films and make them pretty you see. Bruce gave the audience what they wanted, so not only the martial artist audience would appreciate what he was doing. Bruce incorporated a larger proportion of kicks in films (especially those directed to the facial region) and less close range punching and so on which isnt eye candy..... thats why u dont get wing chun movies smashing the boxoffice (or existingfor that matter). (Im not taking a shot at wing chun, some beleive real kung fu is not beautiful). Also in his books he said that sweep kicks (the ones that sweep across from lef to right in the right stance) are rarely used in JKD as lack power but look good in film, and watching the films he sweep kicks karateka in all directions in all his films. Hes also faster in real life as people wouldnt be able to catch everything in full speed, though this might only be in the scene of him vs. kareem in game of death(u want to be checking that film out if u havent already reala, actually it comes on a dosumentry dvd called 'bruce lee: a warriors journey' that contains some of the training videos that exist of him too).
SO their moves are real though in real life they might decide to use more devasting and rational attacks that are less pretty.
If ur interested in martial arts i suggest u follow them, im not gnna get into styles but (JKD JKD JKD ! ! !(not a style ahem))!! in my local slang..... martial art pursual is the BUSINESS!!
I hope this post gets no hostile comments for any comments on it......... Ayub