I think it was the movie Drunken Master starring Jackie Chan.
In this movie there is a scene in a tea house where two martial arts masters are arguing over the superiority of their respective styles. One guy A would say that he will use Technique X and the other guy B would say he will respond with Technique Y. Master A would then say he will counter Technique Y with Technique F and Master B will say he will counter Master A’s Technique F with his Technique G and so on.
Then Jackie Chan barges into the teahouse and mayhem is let loose and Master A and B proved that for all the boasting and talking when the real thing comes they are but paper tigers.
One of the things about the internet is that people tend to argue over hypotheticals. Honestly, speaking who cares. You can boast, sing, praise the superiority of your style but the only real test is the test of the moment. This means that you are only as good as your last opponent. Take for example any of the great boxers. Do we doubt they can KO us easily? No. Does this mean they are forever superior? No. They can lose too when they come across the wrong opponent.
However, I understand why some parties don’t like me to speculate or write my opinions about such stuff. This is because it can potentially hurt their business. What some cults, I mean martial arts like to have are low esteem, slow thinking students whom they can brainwash with claims of the fantastic with the aim of financial or some other unsavory gains. As the old saying goes a fool and his money are soon parted. This part I don’t have to speculate to know its true.
You know up north we have Another Wing-chun Cult headed by someone who papers the walls of the school with tons of newspaper articles, photos of well known dignitaries and certificates. Many know that its a con yet just as many continue to cling on in the hope of I don’t know what.