Desculpa em discordar, mas não é uma comparação justa, embora não conheça a procedencia do kata nem o estilo, este executante tem técnica, cintura, kime e respiração, coisa que o outro maluco não sabe nem que existe.
E tem mais, se é dele que estão falando então o negócio é sério:
"Shimabuku shinshi was a student of Chibana Chosin, later Higa Yuchoku, now Tokashiki Iken. He's 85 years old, and looking better than ever. Naihanchi is done with both open & closed hand on Okinawa. The bunkai are not exactly the same, but related. Variations on a theme. He's a wonderful karateka, and everyone I encounter on Okinawa speaks well of him. I have the privilege of training with him Sunday mornings, and treasure the opportunity. A wonderful representative of the birthplace of karate."
"What I like best about these versions you found is the timing. You note that Shimabukuro was a student of Chibana's, in his 40s when Chibana died, so it would seem that Chibana's influence would have been preserved. While the movements follow the same patterns, they are done with more continuous flow than the way some Chibana systems practice them today. You can see in the Chibana videos below that there are lots more pauses between movements, and the flow is more discontinuous. I recognize that Chibana is very old in these videos, and perhaps that might have been a factor, however, in Iha systems that descend from his student Miyahira, the pace in the videos below is, IMO, similar to how it is practiced today."