Wade has very prestigious martial arts training. Like srrsly. I spent 6 years learning Wing Tsun, 2 on Muay Thai and I've been studying Yuchia Gung Fu for almost 3 years now. Wing Tsun is a northern Chinese style which focuses on swift punches, throws and hand techniques. Muay Thai is essentially just Thai boxing; lots of knees and elbows. Very brutal and efficient...if you want to learn bone-breaking, deadly martial arts, Muay Thai is the way to go. Yuchia Gung Fu is a southern, Chinese Shaolin style, and it would be too difficult for me to explain within this post.
I do a lot of Jeet Kune Do on the side, though have never had any formal instruction. Recently, I've begun going to a studio on the weekends which teaches Keysi, a newer JKD-derived system, which I find fascinating. I'll admit, that the main reason that I was attracted to it is because it was used in Batman Begins.
Favorite Martial arts films? Anything by Bruce Lee. All of his movies are brilliant. I also really enjoy a lot of Jet Li's movies. Ong Bak, starring Tony Jaa, is one of my favorite martial arts films of all time. I'm really into old, crappy kung fu movies, which I really just watch for fun.
If I met the karate kid in real life, I'd start by peeling off all of his fingernails and toenails. One by one. I'd then sew every orphis on his body shut with a dull needle. I'd kick in both his knees, and then start stabbing every non-vital part of his body with a box cutter. This would be followed by me sitting back with a glass of wine, watching him bleed out.