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    Bruce Lee’s legendary technique, the famed one-inch punch, is not that impossible, South Korean martial arts instructor DK Yoo has proven.

    At a seminar in London, the 39-year-old Korean master applied the punch to several opponents sending them almost flying.

    DK Yoo says the secret of implementing the punch is "pulling the power of gravity from your legs to your fist."

    DK Yoo is an expert in 15 martial arts and the founder of his own school, the Warfare Combat System.

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