Thank you for your point. Although his stand up styles are both Muay Thai and Tae Kwon Do he still seems to use techniques that aren't really thought in either. He has trained with great champions however all of them seem to fight differently. Shogun Rua and Wanderlei Silva are both aggressive but that's the only thing they have in comon. That fact alone tells me since everyone is different he must have had those tools before hand otherwise they'd all have very simular styles. Example Anyone who trains at John Hacklemans hawiian kempo kickboxing gym "The Pit" has very simular styles. Fighters like Chuck Liddell, Antonio Benuelos and Glover Texiera have a wide stance to defend takedowns plus a wide array or variety of unusual angled punches, mainly dangerous variations of the lead hook. Glover is a bit different having a slight more narrow stance with most traditional Boxing pinches. Greg Jackson's gym with fighters like Yoel Romero, Jon Jones and Holly Holm favor straight line kicks to the legs and body which I agree with being roundhouse have more risk than reward. In chute box everyone's for the most part different.