Tiger Schulman's camps and striking style have been discussed a lot since he has basically been turning his karate dojo into an MMA-karate mix of sorts and so it has been called the most famous McDojo in MMA. I had thought the striking style he teaches is predominantly Kyokushin based and so I was wondering, is it necessarily inferior relative to what someone like Duane Ludwig or Ray Longo teaches? I know that his students, like Lyman Good and Louis Gaudinot who of course is fighting tomorrow, may be considered mediocre or downright bad by some Sherdoggers but I do think that they have gone far enough in MMA to prove that Tiger is not teaching them nothing but bullshido that doesn't work. And furthermore, they are both typically hurt by their lack of positional grappling more than striking anyway. So is Tiger's teaching and style less legit than what guys like Ludwig, Longo, John Hackleman and Javier Mendez teach? Could somebody who trains striking in his camp be a UFC title contender if their wrestling was as good as good or better than that of the other UFC title contenders?