Mystery Of Kung Fu Icon Bruce Lee’s Death May Finally Be Solved

Mystery Of Kung Fu Icon Bruce Lee’s Death May Finally Be Solved


Although Kung Fu legend Bruce Lee’s death at the age of 32 in 1973 was blamed on swelling of the brain from painkillers, many theories were propounded that his actual cause of death remained a mystery, including theories that he was murdered by gangsters or died from heatstroke.

Now a team of scientific researchers, having examined publicly available evidence, has reached a new and startling conclusion of what actually killed the martial arts superstar, who popularized the motto, “Be water, my friend.”

Too much water.

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“We now propose, based on an analysis of publicly available information, that the cause of death was cerebral oedema due to hyponatraemia,” the team of researchers write. “In other words, we propose that the kidney’s inability to excrete excess water killed Bruce Lee.”

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