Enter the mini dragon.
A Japanese child with an extraordinary knack for nunchaku can keep up with Bruce Lee’s classic martial arts films — move for move.
The boy’s father began uploading videos to show off the 5-year-old’s adorable attempt at the martial arts style known as jeet kune do. It’s made Ryusei an overseas viral star.
His stage is typically a living room carpet in front of the family’s entertainment system that’s been turned into a shrine dedicated to Bruce Lee.
The little fighter’s latest video from Friday shows the him perfecting Lee’s moves from “Enter the Dragon,” the actor’s last movie before his death in 1973.
Ryusei has since taken his martial arts show on the road. He appeared on a Korean television show last month to demonstrate what he’s capable of.
Though a little shy at first because he doesn't speak Korean, but Ryusei had no problem attacking invisible foes — and real ones — on stage in a child-sized version of Lee’s iconic yellow-black track suit.
He says his father is teaching him kung fu with a little help from Bruce Lee's films.
Watch the video below....