Anonymous
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December 11th, 2016, 2:59 pm #21

What have been seen here are mostly until 1969 backyard training footage.

Still unreleased are 70-71 U.S. backyard training footage (minus Bruce recuperting from back injury Aug-Nov‘70). Daniel Lee and Ted Wong said they left the backyard training at Bruce house in "1971" (after he went shooting Big Boss in July 71).

Also, Bruce shot training/rehersal footage in HK of himself(keeping record of his new skills), Brandon(preparing for TVB appearance), Wu Ngan and with his stuntmen (mainly rehearsals and some trainings) in his Kowloon house 72-73. So far, only Inosanto's G.O.D. rehearsal with Ngan in Bruce's backyard wes shown partially. The rest are not released yet though not much in length as Bruce was busy shooting movies.
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Philip Callahan
Philip Callahan

December 13th, 2016, 12:21 pm #22

It is sad that Louis never did many indepth interviews on Bruce Lee, if any? He must have stayed out the limelight after his competitive career.
To my knowledge, he commented on his relationship with Bruce Lee in three separate articles. They include...

1969 Black Belt Magazine article where he spoke of a brief move to California to train with Mike Stone and Bruce Lee. Delgado's intent was to improve his skills for point competition and he states that Lee preached variety in his training methods.

1970 Black Belt Magazine article where he spoke of the humbling experience of sparring with the Little Dragon.

1974 Fighting Stars Magazine article where he states that Lee was "the toughest man I've ever faced."

I have a DVD of a Delgado seminar which occurred about 2 years prior to Louis contracting the HIV virus. At the end of the seminar, Louis opens the floor for questions and one student asks him about his relationship with Bruce Lee. Delgado politely declines to comment on his experiences with Lee. Louis repeats this stance when asked about Joe Lewis and Chuck Norris.
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September 5th, 2018, 5:36 pm #23

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[quote]Bruce Lee's Backyard Training (Rare Footage)
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Bruce Lee Home Footage:
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Nice to see the late, great Louis Delgado training at Bruce Lee's home. Priceless to hear Bruce telling Louis that he tends to slide to the left when delivering the sidekick. It would have been great if Bruce had someone film his sparring sessions with Delgado. In 1974, Louis told Black Belt magazine that Bruce was the toughest man he ever sparred with. This coming from a man who competed against Joe Lewis in point tournaments and was the last man to defeat Chuck Norris in a point match.
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Someone else said that Delgado was Bruce Lee's first choice to be his WOTD opponent, can anyone else confirm this?
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Joined: July 24th, 2015, 3:19 am

September 5th, 2018, 5:54 pm #24

Videos have been taken down.
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