Fist of Fury Part II (Chinese: 精武門續集), originally released in Hong Kong as Jing wu men xu ji and also released as Chinese Connection 2 and Fistful of the Dragon, is a martial arts film that is an unauthorized sequel to Bruce Lee's Fist of Fury (A/K/A The Chinese Connection), not to be confused with New Fist of Fury). Bruce Li plays the brother of the Lee character from the first film.
The lead role of Chen Shan, played by Bruce Li, who goes to Shanghai to mourn his brother's death who was killed at the hands of the Japanese. Chen Shan then avenges his brother by killing the Japanese.
The final fight between Chen Shan and Miyamoto, played by Lo Lieh, is generally thought of as disappointing compared to other fights in the film as it is slow and long. This film is generally regarded as one of Bruce Li's better films. It wasn't as well received as its predecessor but was thought to be much better than New Fist of Fury. Another sequel exists, called Fist of Fury III(Chinese Connection 3).
The action takes place shortly after the execution of Chen Zhen, the Bruce Lee character from Fist of Fury. Japanese leader Miyamoto Lo Lieh orders that the Ching wu martial arts school be closed. Chen Zhen's brother Chen Shen (Bruce Li) arrives from Shanghai after hearing about his brother's death, and is just not happy. Kicking butt to avenge both his brother's death and the oppression caused by the Japanese, he finally kicks and punches his way to Miyamoto for a showdown.