The Bronze Tiger possesses no metahuman powers, but is a superb martial artist. Many consider him one of the top 10 martial artists in the DC Universe, if not in the top 5. He has bested such great martial artists as Batman before. Turner defeated Batman in Detective Comics #485 (1979), a side result of which was the death of Kathy Kane. He would face Batman again shortly after. Even though Batman had taken every possible precaution for the rematch, neither fighter was able to gain an advantage, and the fight only ended when one of the League members shot Batman with a poisoned dart.
From "The Brotherhood of The Fist" story line. Where fighters of the DCU are attacked by the Monkey Fist Cult. The Iron Monkeys attacked Black Canary, whiich she struggles to fight off. Bronze Tiger saves her, smoothly taking out the Iron Monkeys. For info, This monkeys are ranked 6th out of 8 in their order. Some cool scans.
Bronze Tiger against Shrapnel. Looked up Shrapnel, Shrapnel has superhuman strength and stamina. He doesn't have to eat or sleep in this form.
In addition, the metal plates on Shrapnel's body can be projected into explosive bursts. Each scale is a living organism controlled by Shrapnel's consciousness, so once fired they can be directed and recalled at will. Pieces lost by Shrapnel will eventually die, but he can regenerate new ones. Bronze Tiger going mano-mano with him shows BT's badassness.
Does he use...Tiger Style Kung Fu? Haha, badass. Check out my user page.
__________________ "Compounding these trickster aspects, the Joker ethos is verbally explicated as such by his psychiatrist, who describes his madness as "super-sanity." Where "sanity" previously suggested acquiescence with cultural codes, the addition of "super" implies that this common "sanity" has been replaced by a superior form, in which perception and processing are completely ungoverned and unconstrained"