RIP. He really opened up the world to the timid wannabee hipsters as well as other people. He really was able to access alot of places that others couldn't. I especially liked his one in Molokai, HI. His fish-out-of-water schtick did get a little tiresome at times. It seemed like he was pandering a bit to the hipsters when he did the Jersey-boy goes native-thing. He was ahead of his time though.
Fun fact- the guy that he is grappling there is an avid competitor, and in my weight class. Great guy. We have competed at the Atlanta open no-gi when they collapse the age brackets down to just Masters 1 and 2.