I actually found this rather logical and much more balanced than almost any video I have seen on the topic. I am interested on the views of other people. Keep in mind he is addressing it in the context of in the Ring vs. on the Street against a Street attacker (robber, person looking to assault you etc.) not what we usually see which is MMA solely against TMA. He also notes the importance of the "approach" and "intent" of the practitioner such as the difference between someone training to deescalate violence vs escalation etc.