Frank Seabright Sonam is here tonight in the laboratory. He started experimenting around with some Makka she principles. These principles can be considered as a form, a formula, or whatever we want to call it. He is comparing it to some of the other strategies and forms. One of the things we did was throw it up against any kind of Sri soo type of idea. Now, the reason I'm making this video in front of this is because we generally do not say that this is how these work macaques versus arisu. What we're doing here is showing one person using one method, which is their level of expertise. We are also showing another person using another method, excluding the others. When I say I'm using sir a suit in this match, I'm really saying that I'm taking a very defensive attitude. I'm trying not to engage directly, but instead, trying to identify their weak spots and get little hits or take advantage when the opportunity arises. It's not very aggressive; it involves hanging back, observing, and strategically moving around. You're going to see a lot of orbiting, moving around, and not staying in one place. So, there's a little disclaimer right before the deed. Without further ado, we will show you some mccoshen versus sri suta. You can check it out right here.