Soon I'm going to start reading all Bruce Lee's book. Just see what he has to teach and just learning from him directly. Then I'm going to learn from the people who claimed JKD, and see what they know. So I'm basically just comparing the real JKD master to those that claim themselves as JKD master.
I'm not only learning the combative aspects, but also the spiritual/philosophical aspects as well.
I know there can only be one JKD master, but I just want to view a different perspective or a different interpretation of JKD. I have viewed a few individuals or masters that expresses JKD or the concepts of it.
I have learnt a bit about Bruce, but I'm going to dive deep. I do have the Tao of Jeet kune Do, but I haven't read the whole book, just his philosophy or the spiritual aspect of what he expressed.
I always wanted to do something like this, but I just don't have the time to do it, or sometimes not motivated. So I let you guys know what my conclusion is once I'm done.
After I'm done with JKD, I'm going to look into Keysi Fighting Method and Systema. They looked interesting to me.