Micheal Jai White
- Tony Jaa0% (0)7% (1)4% (1)Vote
- Scott Adkins0% (0)0% (0)0% (0)Vote
- Micheal Jai White33% (3)7% (1)17% (4)Vote
- Iko Uwais0% (0)14% (2)9% (2)Vote
- Jet Li44% (4)21% (3)30% (7)Vote
- JeeJa Yanin0% (0)7% (1)4% (1)Vote
- Other23% (2)44% (6)36% (8)Vote
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It's hard to make a comparison because the fighting styles are so varied.
Tony Jaa was fantastic in all three of the Ong Bak movies, but I feel that he was sold short in FF7.
Iko Uwais, similar to Tony Jaa in that they are well known within their country, and tremendously talented, was great Merantau and Raid 1 and 2... I would have to say though that I really enjoy the silat style of fighting and how it's incorporated into the movie.
Scott Adkins is a great martial arts actor and some of his high kicks and aerial moves are amazing to watch with the appreciation of his form only made possible with certain cinematography.
I wouldn't consider Michael Jai White in this list due to the length of time that he has been involved in action movies, but he has certainly improved on his craft, confirming that age is just a number.
Likewise, Jet Li is an amazing practitioner of his fighting style, whom I feel is let down by the use of cables in a lot of his movies which ruins the physics of a fights scene. His earlier Hong Kong work was more enjoyable for me.
Donnie Yen's work proves that he is not only a great martial arts actor but a great actor. I have enjoyed his work over the years, Ip Man being the most recent.
Great question, too...2