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Lee Leesportrait
Lee, as he appears in Street Fighter.
Birthdate December 13, 1956
Birthplace China China
Height 5'10" (178 cm)[1]
Weight 212 lbs (96 kg)[1]
Eye color Brown
Hair color Black
Fighting style Kung Fu
Rival(s) Ryu & Ken
First game Street Fighter
"I have good fortune!"

Lee (李) is a non-playable character from the Street Fighter series who only appeared in the original Street Fighter game as one of the ten computer-controlled opponents.


Lee is a Chinese martial artist who participated in the first World Warrior tournament but ends up losing to Ryu.

The twin brothers Yun and Yang from Street Fighter III are his nephews. Yun is visually similar to Lee (ponytail, blue cap), and his dashing punch special move is similar to Lee's dashing punch.

Other appearancesEdit

Sakura GanbaruEdit

Lee battled Sakura in the Sakura Ganbaru manga.

SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters ClashEdit

He also makes an appearance as a card in SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters Clash.

Street Fighter Legends: Chun-LiEdit

Lee also makes an unnamed appearance in the UDON comic, Street Fighter Legends: Chun-Li in which he is shown challenging Fei Long to a fight at the unveiling of a Chinese art exhibition. Lee passionately questions Fei Long's right to present the exhibit, believing that he is merely an actor without real martial skill. The two fight right in the middle of the presentation, with Fei Long easily emerging the victor.


  • A character of the same name from SNK's fighting game series, Art of Fighting, shares more than few visual traits with Lee. This might be more than just coincidence, since it's known fact that the development team that worked on the original Street Fighter left Capcom and joined SNK.[citation needed]
    • In fact, another character of the same name from Data East fighting game Fighter's History utilizes the same Dash Punch that Lee does. Since this was not the sole example of what Capcom believed to be infringement of copyrights, two companies have settled their dispute on court.[citation needed]
  • The Great Wall stage in Street Fighter Alpha is highly reminiscent of Lee's background.
  • In Yang's ending for Super Street Fighter IV: AE, Chun-Li mentions that she is paying her respects to Master Lee. This could either be implying that he has passed on, or that she is visiting him.

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