The transcript below is from the video “15 Fake Masters Who Got Destroyed 15 Masters” by KNSTV Sports Martial Arts.

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The day has come. It’s time to visit the art of Bullshido with world-renowned martial arts masters. Welcome to KNSTV Sports Martial Arts. Today, we’re showing you the top 15 Bullshido gurus and their unique made-up techniques. Be sure to watch till the end to find out for the most hilarious ones. One last thing, you’ve got to remember to destroy that subscribe button, hit the notification bell and smash the like button for the algorithm, that’ll mean a lot to our channel.

For those who don’t know, the term Bullshido refers to the so-called martial artists who fabricate and make up stuff and preach useless fake techniques that wouldn’t work outside their own little world. One of the reasons traditional martial arts takes such a ribbing nowadays is because of Bullshido masters. Throwing out qi waves and rendering people unconscious with just a touch is the sort of stuff they teach and insist it works. Let’s face it, we’d all love to see a Donnie Yen or Jet Li type person walk into some trouble and take everyone out with spinning kicks and defense techniques so perfect it’s like they have a sixth sense for incoming attacks just like the movies. Unfortunately, that’s not the case in real life.

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#15. Yellow Bamboo

You can get a glimpse of Bullshido with these fights that more closely resemble Dragon Ball Z than real life combat. Take a look at these practitioners of the Balinese martial art, Yellow Bamboo, who consider they can blast their ops with god charged beams of qi. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work pretty well sometimes, as we can see from the clip. We personally love how the guy tried to fake a seizure thinking, “well, I can’t afford another lawsuit.”

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#14. George Dillman

What about this legend? George Dillman the no touch master. He was a pretty legit Karate master some time ago and even took some pictures with Bruce Lee and Muhammad Ali. He even declared they were his students. Well, it’s pretty doubtful. Today, he seems to have convinced dozens of his students that he could knock down and even knock out opponents without touching them. Of course, he became a laughing stock after getting exposed a couple of times but the guy did manage to build some sort of “career” for so many years. Nice one.

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#13. Yanagi Ryuken

Here’s Yanagi Ryuken, a Japanese man who declares to have psychic abilities and has been described as a master of Daito-ryu Aikido. In this video, he merely defeats a flock of his students. In 2006, Ryuken, being 65 years old already, accepted a challenge match against a 35-year-old Iwakura Tsuyoshi, a Japanese journalist and mixed martial artist. You can guess what happened. But if you’re interested in looking, check our latest video about it.

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#12. Stylish Vietnamese Master

How about this Kung Fu grandmaster from Vietnam? Huynh Tuan Kiet is a self-proclaimed Vietnamese grand master. He claims to be teaching a Vietnamese school of Kung Fu named Nam Huynh Dao and is putting his work out in public with a video demonstrating his skills. We must admit, he looks more badass than most artists at least because he’s got a nice looking costume on him every time.

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#11. The Chair Seater

Well, this fella is super legit. Guys, never try these techniques at home, only real pros can achieve his level. Really, this guy is so badass that he doesn’t even stand up from his chair. The most athletic tactic out there is to never lose extra energy and keep your qi power right in the belly, like this guy does. Topskill. Of course, he’s a no-touch guru. However, he still has to learn the no-touch the burger technique.

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#10. Russian Vodka Dancing Art

This one is highly unique. The guy mixed martial arts with dancing and it appears like some blend of ballroom dance and the dance you try to perform when trying to impress your crush. Excellent skill and outstanding performance. Mix it with some passionate music and you got the whole show rolling.

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#9. Jukka Lampila

This guru made a long way from the U.S to Barcelona to show his skills in an open lesson. Everyone could bring cameras and film the process. Okay, it might sound a bit risky for a fake guru but he went the extra mile trying to perform his skills on skeptics. What were you thinking bald man? These guys didn’t get paid to act in your Bullshido. Apparently, he got laughed off and humiliated in front of the whole class. Sell your courses in your local city and never dream big if you aren’t built like that.

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#8. Running Slap

The following martial art comes right from the mother Russia. Luckily, instead of all these no-touch gurus, these guys do hit their opponents by slapping them while running. It appears they’re trying to perform some music with their slaps. They should contact the dancing Russian too. Maybe these guys will hang out together and invent another mega super martial art; Running Slap Dance.

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#7. Black Dragon Fighting Society

Ashida Kim is a legendary classic old school Bullshido guru who could do anything, literally. Lightsaber fight? Here you go. Teach how to avoid bullets? Sure, why not. Indeed, this guy is a guru of every martial art technique. He’s also a ninja and a swordmaster. These fellas aren’t made anymore.

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#6. Yet Another Russian Master

Yep, for some reason Russia brings the most talented martial artist to the internet and this fella looks so authentic. Look at the heater on his back. Is that why he took his shirt off or is he showing off his insane muscles? Well, although the guy’s not that buffed, you can clearly see he’s got some insane leg kicks.

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#5. Joker Style

“You’ll never understand” – that was the saying of Antonio Lee when he came to this interview with a beautiful blonde lady. Definitely trying to impress her with his skills, the man looked pretty bizarre, mad, scary, whatever you call it. At least, he didn’t try to knock her out with his qi energy. We’ll give him credit for that.

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#4. Tai Chi Guru

This is another Tai Chi expert that got too sure about his skills at one moment. Yeah, you got impressive advertising, probably making some money selling your classes but who told you you should challenge real fighters? Aren’t you a bit out of shape for this? Well, probably this old man got what he deserved. Never overestimate your possibilities.

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#3. Bruce Silva The Brick Breaker

This guy over here is a Kung Fu master but he came to the show to perform some of his magnificent stone breaking skills. Apparently, his qi is so powerful that it can break bricks. What’s more, Bruce Silva promised to break them with a glass without even damaging the glass itself. Sounds extremely powerful and looks so too. Unfortunately, the TV host accidentally exposed Silva by breaking those bricks himself. What a strong TV host that was.

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#2. Sri Lanka’s Karate Guru

Heard about Sri Lanka Karate School? No, never? Strange, because this guru made it viral to the whole world with his impressive skills. Maybe too impressive. Apparently, the Karate kid managed to break some bricks but when it got to the head punch, something went wrong. Why did no one tell the poor fella that he should fake those bricks, not break real ones? Although, he looked extremely dizzy, the guy managed to stand up and even take some other bricks down with his impressive elbow smash.

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#1. Bruce Lee Resurrection

For the last one, we got you an absolute good-looking master in a Bruce Lee tracksuit. He did manage to look outstanding but his skills didn’t amaze his opponents enough. Unfortunately, the guy got beaten hard.

In conclusion, if you want to learn how to fight and defend yourself, unfortunately, it requires a lot of training. Consider a real fighting art such as Kickboxing, Muay Thai or Sanda and lots and lots of sparring. It means getting beat up a lot but it’s the absolute best way. You won’t succeed with qi skills no matter how much you try and how many fake gurus you learn from.

But what do you guys think? Do these fake gurus deserve a second chance? Should we treat them better or do they deserve to get exposed because of how they treat their students by literally selling them garbage knowledge? Share your opinion in the comments section. Don’t forget to like, share and subscribe so you don’t miss an upload. You can also enjoy the excellent content we send your way.




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