Hi All, In my new Black Belt magazine there is an article called the Paradigm Shift. This article is on: "The long-held beliefs of what's truly effective in the martial arts have been turned upside down in a most severe and dramatic fashion. The emergence of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, the PRIDE Fighting Championships and other mixed-martial arts events during the past decade has caused a storm of controversy and confusion by repeatedly showing the ineffectiveness of many centuries-old techniques and even entire arts." The article then goes on to talk about the 2 ranges of combat and gives examples. "To support these contentions, it's useful to analyze the early matches of the UFC, for they contain an abundance of convincing evidence. They are also easier to examine because they focus on style-vs-style bouts." The article lists several bouts but this one made me curious. "Patrick Smith vs. Scott Morris: In a classic example of how not to fight, ninjutsu-stylist Morris charged at Smith and clinched immediately. Smith then obliterated him in one of the most awesome destructions of a martial artist ever seen on television" My question is: Has anyone seen that fight? Have clips? What happened? Thanks.