I posted this a while back, but it is always a good watch
I would tweak things a little if he were in my house - he loses a lot of explosivity in his functional work due to having single function circuits. eg. his rope pull ups are awful because he is burned out from the horizontal bar pulls. Would be better to mix up and alternate function within the circuit to maintain performance intensity.
Also, their is little in the way of hip drive in any of the exercises - needs a bigger tyre so he can flip it, not push it
Rounds 3 and 5 are just someone running out of ideas. If they had used those rounds for direction change, the hammer, and medicine ball work, it would have allowed some active recovery whilst also working on muscular proprioception and reflexes.
Failing that, a round of multi angle tabatas striking on the grapple dummy would have been more functional.
Also, His hips are waaay too high in the bear crawls, just awful.
I love the fact that, having done his sports conditioning, his diet and use of weights are pure oldschool bodybuilding - A dude doesnt want to get in the cage without getting his pump on
My deconstruction sounds negative, but I really like the principles behind his training, and at a walk-around weight near 300lbs, he is a seriously fit and mobile man.