I'm not "everyone else." My approach is different from what you are used to seeing. I've already shown videos of me using the principles that I mentioned, using Jow Ga techniques, so there's not need for me to debate what's in Jow Ga. And I'm not offended. You don't train Jow Ga and you definitely don't train Jow Ga with me so there's no way you can know this. How many Jow Ga practitioners have you seen fight like me? What makes you think that this only applies to them and not to me? If they make a wrong move with me, will I not capitalize on it? This is basic fighting logic. If you screw up the your opponent will make you pay. This is not a ground fighting only logic. This is not a way to screw yourself over. "Getting back to your feet as fast as possible" is not the same as "getting back to your feet right away." If you have trained with me then you would know this. Any of my students I have train in recovering from the ground can tell you that I have never told them to get to their feet right away. As a matter of fact I have already shown a video of me doing such a drill. A lot of Kung Fu practitioners misunderstand the concept of getting back on their feet as soon as possible. Many make the assumption that it means get back on their feet right away. The reality is that depending on how you fall or land, other techniques may need to be used before getting up. Getting up right away puts a person at risk for being struck while getting up. In terms of grappling, it may mean you are attacked while in a position that prevents you from gaining any structure to deal with the attack. If I do BJJ then I'm not doing Jow Ga. I have expressed many times that my goal is to be a good representation of Jow Ga Kung Fu so if I'm going to find or use a solution then it's going to have to be within the system. Jow Ga is made of 3 different systems which gives me a lot to work with in terms of finding a solution. Hopefully I'll get a chance to spar with some of the people from Martial Talk and they can give you their opinion about my abilities and describe what it's like. Not that it's going to change how you are.. lol. I'll be better off trying to grow a tree that creates money. As far as me being kicked out because of my fighting spirit. To be honest, if you have to be kicked out, that's a pretty cool reason to be kicked out. Hey you do kung fu, but we have to kick you out because you focus on fighting too much and not the traditional aspects / rituals. Being the way MMA has been wiping up "kung fu Masters," I would have to say I'm ahead of the game lol. I can't do it at the moment as I have some other things in the works, but eventually I'll find some cool BJJ guys to spar with and I'll record that.