Originally Posted by aruko samaki
Come on...Do you study martial arts? Because if you do you SHOULD know that it depends on the artist themself, as the posters above said. BUT if it were by style this would be my analysis:
To your first analysis of JKD and TKD:
TKD is also known for it's speed. Yes mostly for kicks but speed+strength+kick = pain. I have never really seen JKD in action before so I really wouldn't know much about it.
To your second analysis of JKD and Capoeria:
Do you know how many kicks/attacks someone that studies Capoeria can get out? Easily they can throw like 8 attacks. Even if the JKD practitioner were a hard-ass, literally, one open spot and a Capoeria practitioner would have 6-8 shots in.
Again I don't know all too much about JKD but what you said sort of offended me that you would say what JKD could do but not what the other forms could do.
I honestly don't know I would say Jeet Kune Do but like aruko_samaki mentioned earlier it's not guaranteed because what was stated about the capoeira master.One must remember not everyone can use JKD as effective as the one invented it.If both fighters are seasoned in their art than the outcome of the fight is unpredictable especially with a style that is as unorthodox as capoeira.Also as stated above it depends on the person and how well they can fight in a certain scenario.