EA Sports UFC to Feature Bruce Lee

Bruce_LeeThe legendary Bruce Lee, considered the father of mixed martial arts, will make his historic first step into the Octagon in EA Sports UFC from Electronic Arts Inc. and the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). The game is scheduled to launch on June 17, and fans can complete the game’s career mode at Pro difficulty to unlock him.

A recently released trailer, EA Sports UFC Gameplay Series: Bruce Lee Reveal, shows Bruce Lee realized in the game.

Round 5 Releases Officially Licensed Bruce Lee Dragon Fists

Slip these oversized fists over your hands and get ready for some fun. Styled after the iron hands of Bruce Lee, the Fists of Fun feature internal electronics and speakers. Each movement and strike triggers the sound of Bruce Lee-inspired whoops and war cries. Now you can wield the iron, or in this case foam, fists of Bruce Lee, without the worry and hassle of challenge match battles. Visit the Round 5 website to purchase.

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Round 5 Announces Bruce Lee Toys

Round 5 announced an exclusive collaboration with art toy design legend Jeremy Madl on the first release of Round 5 X Bruce Lee X MAD figures and the debut of Bruce Lee’s Temple of Kung Fu line of collectibles. The Temple of Kung Fu launch represents the first of several planned collaborations between Round 5 and established artists from the art toy space centering on the official Bruce Lee brand.

The first Temple of Kung Fu figures, scheduled for global release this summer, will feature a three-inch blind box assortment of 28 characters, including a variety of mystery characters, and will be available at select retailers around the world. In addition to the standard figures, Temple of Kung Fu will include hyper-limited chase figures featuring alternative colorways, costume designs, and accessories.

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