OKAY, so YES this is a good tsuki,
But I hate the guys attitude. I dislike the way he acts when his opponent is on the ground obviously suffering, just points his shinai at the camera man like ‘oh what? you want some to?’
This isn’t kendo, not in the way our Sensei teaches it. Kendo is supposed to be honourable, you have friends, team mates - a tsuki should not be that powerful, that’s un-needed.
Respect is what kendo teaches us. We use our friends for learning technique in ji-keiko, not trying to kill them.