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“When is 30 for 30: Be Water premiering on ESPN?”
Bruce Lee’s legend continues! When is 30 for 30: Be Water airing on ESPN?
With the ascendancy of mixed-martial arts, there is no wonder Bruce Lee has reemerged in today’s sports world consciousness. ESPN has a history of amazing documentaries in the 30 for 30 series, and there is reason to be excited about the upcoming 30 for 30: Be Water premiere.
Martial arts fans, Kung Fu fans, Bruce Lee fans, and philosophy fans should be tuning in to watch this documentary. Based on ESPN’s history with the 30 for 30 series, this is going to be well worth the time.
Here’s what to look forward to in 30 for 30: Be Water.
Some may think there isn’t anything more to be displayed in terms of Bruce Lee’s life. There have been countless documentaries, movies, and interviews. The reason most people make high-pitched noises when pretending to perform a kick is because of Bruce Lee. So what could be new?
It’s a valid point, until the brand new footage and perspective of The Last Dance is considered. That was brand new territory in so many ways. And even if it weren’t, everyone loved the parts they’ve already seen. So this won’t simply be the famous one-inch punch, legendary workout routine, or waxing philosophical.
Unless you’re a hard-core Bruce Lee aficionado, there is likely some new ground. More specifically, there is almost certainly a new quote to be appreciated or memorized. One in particularly encapsulates how everyone should approach the content in 30 for 30: Be Water:
I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times.
Here’s a quick preview of the 30 for 30: Be Water:
Until it airs, you’ll need to practice 5000 punches a day, do the Cha Cha, break out the nunchaku and get ready, because this is going to be epic!
Bruce Lee fans only have a short amount of time to wait! His life journey airs Sunday, June 7, at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN.
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