Yep, when it all boils down and you twist the truth it usually ends up that way. You twist things so much that it appears you even believe it yourself. As to news reports. First reports rushing to break a story often miss important bits. They generally come out later as they did in this case. I'm not sure why you would say this. You suggested my training was setting females up for failure, now you say because I'm combining martial arts it's different. Why would you suggest I was against MMA training? Like most people, there are certain systems or types of training that don't appeal to me. MMA training is one of them, but that has nothing to do with MMA. The very practical reason is, although I hate to play the age card, MMA in your 60s is not the most sensible place to play. Even in my 20s or 30s I doubt it would have appealed but that is personal choice. So no, I am not against MMA. I think for people who wish to participate in MMA competition it is probably the best way to train. But, I am the first to admit, I don't have the right skill set to teach MMA so although you may claim I teach MMA, that is just not true, and I do not offer MMA training.