Great Lee, also known as the Bruce Lee Impersonator, is a minor character who makes a few appearances in Dragon Ball. He's a world renown fighter who likes to impersonate the real life martial arts icon Bruce Lee. Despite having a very similar looking face and haircut as Bruce, he is notably of a far bigger build. His style also seems more focused on kickboxing and Japanese karate rather than Bruce Lee's Jeet Kune Do. Great Lee was a formerly undefeated fighter, until he once day faced off against the aspiring kid fighter Goku, who greatly outclassed the Great Lee.
Powers and Stats
Name: Real name unknown. Often referred to as Great Lee or Bruce Lee impersonator.
Origin: Dragon Ball
Classification: Human, Martial Artist, Kickboxing World Champion
Powers and Abilities: Peak Human Strength, Speed, Durability and Stamina, Expert in Martial Arts
Attack Potency: Street level (Was a formerly undefeated kickboxing world champion. Easily sent a man nearly twice his already large size flying several meters in the air back)
Speed: Peak Human (Effortlessly evaded attacks from a trained warrior)
Lifting Strength: Peak Human
Striking Strength: Street Class
Durability: Street level (Landed directly on his knee onto concrete from several meters in the air without much pain. Took several very casual hits from early Kid Goku without even getting knocked out)
Range: Standard melee range
Standard Equipment: None
Intelligence: Very well skilled in martial arts, acting and impersonation
Weaknesses: Cocky and underestimates his opponents
- Dragon Stomp: This technique is a more powerful variation of a stomp. A highly controversial technique where you violently strike an opponent that's on the ground from the air. As if you were stepping on them. Due to the potential of causing dangerous injuries and general sense of unsportmanship stomps hold, they typically are not prohibited in fighting tournaments. Great Lee performs a typical stomp, but instead hops slightly in the air and pushed the entire weight of his body down into the technique, resulting in far greater strength and effectiveness.