This is one of the most incredible things I've ever seen:
What's really amazing is not just that he is beating two guys in ping pong using nunchucks, but that the people he is beating are actually pretty good themselves. When I was in college, I routinely played ping pong against most of the basketball team. They were all pretty good. By the end of my time there, I was pretty darn good myself, and was able to beat about half of them.
I also know my way around nunchucks. When I was in high school, I was really into martial arts. I got good enough to win a silver medal in the Illinois state championships in free-style sparring. Of course that was all empty-hand, but over the years I've put a lot of hours into swordsmanship, nunchucks, and other martial weaponry. I may be way out of practice today, but I still know what I'm looking at.
So while I am far from an expert, I know enough to know that I couldn't beat either of those two opponents with a paddle, let alone take them both on, let alone with nunchucks, let alone with behind the back action and spinning jumps.
Bruce Lee died 35 years ago last summer. I was too young to know who he was then. But I can certainly say there has been no one like him since. He could have been the best in the world at virtually any physical sport or art. And, he was a great showman, able to make the extraordinary look easy with a laugh and a smile.