Ever notice how Bruce Lee - an eminent martial artist of the 20th century - duels in his legendary movies? He often adopted cat’s unique tone in most of his fight scenes that commonly being used by feline as a start up before the cat fight begins. It’s very interesting to wonder why Bruce Lee imitated cat’s voice. Even in one of his movies, “The Way of the Dragon”, where he had a fight with Chuck Norris in Rome's Colosseum is the iconic scene that this film builds towards. Witnessed only by a street cat, they square up and do battle, matching Bruce's agility and speed against Norris' power and size.
Let’s figure out why Bruce Lee using cat, both the voice or as witness in the fight scene above mentioned. Feline tend to use high pitch tone or unique voice in most cat fight cases for the purpose to sense their opponent awareness. On the other hand, to feel how their sensitivity level in initiating where does the movement will go to. The most important thing is to distract the attention, and last but not least to show who has the strongest guts.