Sylvester Stallone thinks he is tougher than modern action stars.
The 61-year-old 'Rambo' actor believes he and his 80s "peers", Arnold Schwarzenegger and Bruce Willis, are far more "physical" than today's "hands-off and intellectual" Hollywood heroes.
He said: "I think that some young actors will look at me as this archaic, prehistoric creature because now we've become much more scientific, less personal.
"Most of my peers were very physical. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Bruce Willis - they were just more hands-on. I think that a lot more actors today are hands-off and they're more intellectual."
Stallone believes Rambo would wipe the floor with Matt Damon's 'Bourne Ultimatum' character Jason Bourne in a fight.
He joked: "Rambo would murder Jason Bourne. I'm kidding. Maybe the one in 'The Transporter' though - Jason Statham."
Stallone also revealed he is now "best buddies" with his former big screen rival Schwarzenegger.
He added in an interview with Britain's The Sun newspaper: "I see him every Saturday at Café Roma in Beverly Hills. It's funny because we used to be so competitive in the 80s and now we're the best buddies in the world."
'Rambo', the fourth film featuring Stallone's formidable ex-soldier John Rambo, is due to hit cinema screens next month.