I just had a huge brain thingy...(you know that thing when you think of something good) anyways..I was wondering, WHO IS THE BEST NINJA EVER? your input would be most welcome (unless i dont like who you picked, then it will not be welcomed by me, but others might like it) anyway here is the list.
1. Snake Eyes (G.I.joe)
2. Storm Shadow (cobra)
3. Michaelangalo (ninja turtle)
4. Leonardo (ninja turtle)
5. Donatello (ninja turtle)
6. Raphael (ninja turtle)
7. Splinter (ninja turtle)
8. Chuck Norris
9. Jean Claude Van Dam
11.Ryu (street fighter)
12.Ken (street fighter)
13.Chun-lei (street fighter)
14.Rayden (mortal combat)
15.Lui Kang (mortal combat)
16.Scorpion (mortal combat)
17.Sub-Zero (mortal combat)
18.Shang Tsung (mortal combat)
22.Chow Yun-Fat (crouching tiger, hidden dragon)
If there is any I have missed please post them. Vote Now!
Dude Lu Kang hands down.
Anyone who can morph into a dragon wins. That's how he overcame Shao Kahn.
akuma...street fighter...bad man
dude.....how can you leave of two of the biggest heros ever!? Pat Morita as "Mr. Miyagi" and ralph Macchio as "daniel son" and what the hell about the three ninjas, those kids kicked ass. Also, I think there should be a new addition to Supa's World. They have the grammy's, they have the oscars, hell they even have an awards ceremony for reality Tv and porn. But we dont have the "Supa Awards"??????? I think this should be added. Supa....your thoughts?
BRANDON LEE HANDS DOWN AND ALSO LEROY AND SHO NUFF FROM THE LAST DRAGON. BE EASY THA GAME
I would have to go with Leroy He had the Glow
You beat me to it, Hemi. I was going to say those kids from 3 ninjas. Those kids rocked!! I like how you think, man...
Pei (Pie) Mei (May) from Kill Bill.
Baddest dude ever.
GoGo (hotty oriental girl in Kill Bill)
Hottest karate chick ever.
Quickest hands and feet.
Baddest white karate dude.
Biggest star on this planet (big in China)
Hong Kong Fuey
I have to disagree I know all of u know BOLO YOUNG AKA chung Li from blood sport.The baddest of the bad You break my record now I break you like I break your friend.then maube the entire COBRA KAI DOJO sorry those guys are crazy.
tom cruise and the leader of the samurais, cant remeber his name. anytime you can whup a clan of ninjas you know you bad. from the last samurai
honorable mention--antonio banderas in desperado
damn you guys, time to break out another duo.....
ya'll remember kickboxer!? frickin TONG PO....that dude could break your back with one swift elbow. or how about the trainer, another Mr. miyagi?? dennis chow as Xian Chow, Mylee was hot by the way too. When I was a kid I used to make Grilled cheese sandwiches.
I vote for john hill of the KC MUSTANGS because I heard he can do some pretty crazy Nija shit too.
I think we're forgetting someone very important here:
OH YES! JOHN HILL I vote him too b/c i dont know those other guys and i dont want one of john's 70mph kicks to hit me in the face for not voting for him.
Did you know........Chuck Norris sleeps with a night light!?!? It's not because he is scared of the dark, its because the dark is scared of him
Chuck Norris turned 66 today, born on this day in 1940.
when the boogeyman goes to sleep he looks under the bed to make sure chuck norris isn't hiding there
As ESPN says... "...AND DID YOU KNOW?"
The greatest icon of martial arts cinema, and a key figure of modern popular culture. Had it not been for the amazing Bruce Lee and his incredible movies in the early 1970s, it's arguable whether or not the martial arts film genre would have ever penetrated and influenced mainstream western cinema & audiences the way it has over the past three decades.
The influence of Asian martial arts cinema can be seen today in so many other film genres including comedies, action, drama, science fiction, horror and animation and they all have their roots in the phenomenon that was Bruce Lee
Bruce Lee was born "Lee Juan Fan" in November 1940 in San Francisco, the son of Lee Hoi Chuen, a singer with the Cantonese Opera. Approximately, one year later the family returned to Kowloon in Hong Kong and at the age of 5, a young Bruce begins appearing in children's roles in minor films including The Birth of Mankind (1946) and Fu gui fu yun (1948). At the age of 12, Bruce commenced attending La Salle College, and was later beaten up by a street gang, which inspires him to take up martial arts training under the tuition of "Sifu Yip Man" who schools Bruce in wing chun kung fu for a period of approximately five years (this was the only formalized martial arts training ever undertaken by Lee). The talented & athletic Bruce also took up cha-cha dancing, and at the age of 18 won a major dance championship in Hong Kong.
Born Carlos Ray Norris
In 1968 he became the Professional World Middleweight Karate Champion, holding the title undefeated until he retired in 1974. He is a black belt in Tang Soo Do and Tae Kwan Do, both Korean fighting arts, and knows all forms of the martial arts. In 1969 he earned the Triple Crown for the highest number of tournament wins, and was named Fighter of the Year by "Black Belt" magazine. By the time he was 34, Norris had established 32 karate schools and had been a champion for six years. In 1996 he became the first Westerner to be awarded an eighth-degree black belt in Tae Kwan Do. Norris, who was urged to get into acting by his friend McQueen, skillfully incorporates his martial-arts knowledge into his series and feature film projects, stressing action and technique over violence. He is the author of the books "The Secret of Inner Strength" and "The Secret Power Within - Zen Solutions to Real Problems". He works for many charities, including the Funds for Kids, Veterans Administration National Salute to Hospitalized Veterans, the United Way Make-a-Wish Foundation and KickStart, a nonprofit organization he created to help battle drugs and violence in schools. He also starred in the television movie Bound by Honor (1993), broadcast on CBS. He lives on a ranch when not filming. His birthday is March 10.
The enigmatic Seagal commenced his martial arts training at the age of seven under the tutelage of well known karate instructor and author Fumio Demura, and in the 1960s commenced his aikido training in Orange County, California, under the instruction of Harry Ishisaka. Seagal received his first dan accreditation in 1974, after he had moved to Japan to further his martial arts training. After spending many years there honing his skills, he achieved the ranking of a 7th dan in the Japanese martial art "aikido".
Seagal's fighting style was rather different from that of other on-screen martial arts dynamos, such as Bruce Lee, Chuck Norris and Jean-Claude Van Damme, who were predominantly fighters from striking arts background such as karate or tang soo do. However, aikido is built around using an opponent's inertia and body weight to employ various locks, chokes and holds that incapacitate him
Jean-Claude Van Damme
Jean-Claude Camille François Van Varenberg
Born on Oct 18 1960, Jean-Claude Van Damme is the son of Eugene Van Varenberg and Eliana Van Varenberg. "The muscles from Brussels" originally known as Jean-Claude Van Varenberg, started martial arts at the age of 11. His father Eugene Van Varenberg introduced him to martial arts when he saw his son was physically weak. Jean-Claude started with Shotokan Karate and later studied Kickboxing, Taekwon-Do, and Muay Thai. He won the European professional karate association's middleweight championship as a teenager, and also beat the 2nd best karate fighter in the world. His goal was to be number one but got sidetracked when he left his hometown of Brussels.
He came to Hong Kong at the age of 19 for the first time and felt insured to do action movies in Hong Kong. So in 1981 Van Damme left Hong Kong and moved to Los Angeles, where he was trying for 5 years. He took English classes while working as carpet layer, pizza delivery man, limo driver, and thanks to Chuck Norris he got a job as a bouncer at a club. He gave Van Damme a small role in the movie 'Missing in Action', but it wasn't good enough to get anybody's attention. Then in 1984 he got a role as a villain named Ivan in the low-budget movie...No Retreat, No Surrender (1985).
Characters in his films, usually his own characters, frequently quote the literary classic "The Art of War," written by Sun Tzu around 500 B.C.E., which is widely regarded as the single best resource for training military special forces groups worldwide.
He is a 5th Degree Black Belt
Practices Capoeira, Brazilian martial arts.
WOW I never knew.......that jean claude delivered pizza. AMAZING...I am going to tell every pizza delivery guy that comes to my apt. just to give them a little motovation. AND THAT MY FRIENDS WILL BE MY "TIP"