I understand your point of view and I have a lot of respect for MT. It's a beautiful and skilled sport. I feel like there is room within MT for slightly different approaches. Not radical, but different nonetheless. I know it's very traditional, but looking at someone like Dieselnoi and Samart, you see very different skillsets within the same sport. Most Thais don't practice a lot of slipping, and it's true that it's not a necessity within the format. There are other ways to deal with punches effectively. My contention is that, that doesn't mean that head movement, adapted for the format, is not valid at all in MT. I hate to sound like a broken record, but I've already pointed out a few guys who have used it well at the highest level. It's not a necessity, but it can work very well. To that end it is a personal prefence. I feel one of the reasons it is not used has as much to do with culture, tradition and ruleset as it has to do with the effectiveness. It does seem like it's turning a bit again, and that more Thais are supplementing with boxing, right? Just like the golden age. Maybe you can educate me a bit more on that.