Bujinkan Kata Ransho
Michael Glenn's Bujinkan video exploring the kata, 乱勝 ranshō. One translation for this name is an "upset." In English an upset means an unexpected victory. It is like when one side of a competition is expected to win, then somehow the underdog steals the victory. When your opponent attacks, how do you steal the victory? The first character in ranshō suggests the chaos of war.