Documentary about martial arts fraudsters and fakes

Count Dante (previously at Boing Boing) was the greatest, but he was far from the only one. Dante and others feature in Super Eyepatch Wolf's compendium of kung-fu crooks, bullshit black-belts and the mysticism-tinged genre of no-touch knock-outs.

I think there's a good case to be made that much of this is a form of theater. As with debunking western psychics and televangelists and whatnot, there's the necessary exposure of people using it as a vehicle for fraud or to trap people in a cult — and then there's skeptics ranting about end-of-the-pier fortune tellers. Or enjoying watching old men get punched in the face for their sins (previously).