Hey man good stuff. By the way where do you train out of, you look like someone that would be fun to spar. That said, and knowing your hand is an issue (that can change a spar session big time), I'd say just experiment with a traditional kickboxing front stance just to learn its strengths (what it can set up) and weaknesses. You fight from the side a lot and while its not inherently bad, it makes it a little more difficult to flawless execute a lot of different kicks, and kick+punch combinations. You'll also be able to flawlessly transition through the two making it harder to read you in a fight if you learn both. Also read this http://www.amazon.com/Tao-Jeet-Kune-Bruce-Lee/dp/0897500482 It will hopefully open up your mind to more about engagement, distancing and feinting, all of which I think you could benefit from (and pretty much anyone). The last tip is if you fighting the way you do, you've found out by now or have experienced that kickboxers will target your lead leg since the general advice for someone in that stance of yours is target leg since its harder for you to check (which is true), but knowing this you can easily set them up with a pull back of the leg as they attack it into a side kick to the mid section or hip.