The Internet Is Going Wild For This 10-Year-Old 'mini Bruce Lee'
The kid dubbed 'mini Bruce Lee' has officially broken the internet - again!
Japanese Kung Fu prodigy Ryusei Imai is destined for the bright lights of Hollywood after a video emerged of him on social media copying Bruce Lee's famous nunchuck moves.
With the ripped abs to match, the 10-year-old even looks the part as he took the internet by storm with his rapid skills.
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And while the talented kid is attracting global attention, it's his family that are most proud.
"The phrase Bruce Lee used to say 'don't think, feel', I can see that feeling coming out of Ryusei's face," Ryusei's father said.
"It's the coolest. I love Bruce Lee and so does Ryusei."
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And it's not the first time Ryusei's videos have gone viral.
Back in 2018, clips flooded the internet of the youngster wielding his nunchucks in front of the television screen as he recreated Bruce Lee's iconic scene from the 1973 movie Enter The Dragon.
Having already become a national treasure in his home country and amassing a massive social media following, the wonder-kid is tipped to become the next Japanese star to hit the global screens.
"I want to be as cool as Bruce Lee," Ryusei says.
"I want to move as fast as him."
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