That flippy floppy stuff with dancing around ain't no karate. That ain't, it's just some american variation of it. That doesn't represent Karate at all I say this, because I like Karate a lot. I don't practice it, and I don't know too much about it perhaps, but I know that that shit ain't karate that jumping around wailing and flipping if it resembles anything, that resembles much more ITF taekwondo, much much more so than Karate, which probably was influenced quite a bit by Karate, which in turn may have been influenced by the influx of Chinese martial arts, and on and on. Thought of course there are lots of different karates in existence, and one can perhaps trace their history back to the original karate whether by land or sea, but in no way shape or form does that represent Karate, in my opinion. It's akin to pointing to a rapper and say that they represent the art of poetry very well, because they use literary devices like rhymes and etc, and perhaps at the root of the rap, or any art really, if you trace it back in time enough, perhaps you will find something common the type of which still exist in much same version as it did back in time, but it doesn't mean the other version is a good representative of it. GSP destroys Wonderboy even if he's blind, and if someone out of those two represents karate better, it would be GSP, not Wonderboy.