Okay, for those of you who don't know what Capoeira is, it's a brazilian form of martial arts that is the predecessor to break dancing. It involves a very flexible body and mostly consists of kick attacks.
The topic I'm bringing up for discussion is the possibility of Sanji implementing this into his fighting style. Some of his moves are already similar to Capoeira, but in order to take it to "The next step", Sanji could ultimately become the equivalent of a break dancer: using fluid, dance-like motions combined with Diablo Leg. The end result? Actual character development.
Let's face it. Sanji has not trained or learned any new moves since he joined the crew. He's been the same fighting cook since leaving Baratie. Everyone else has adjusted their fighting style in some way. Nami was given a versatile weapon and found out how to use her intelligence. Luffy has found new ways to use his rubber body. Usopp has upgraded his weapons with dials. Zoro has created all sorts of new techniques. And Chopper has been working on his Rumble balls. Monster point isn't exactly an improvement, but it can very much be if Chopper could learn to control it.
In order for Sanji to grow, like his fellow nakama, he must adjust his style to fit the more aggressive types on the Grand Line. Diablo Leg is the first new technique / method of fighting that he's developed, and it seems more forced than anything. Sanji learning Capoeira would be a natural progression of his fighting style. Dancing and kickboxing go hand in hand.
So, assuming Sanji does decide to delve more deeply into this fluid form of kick fighting, how will he go about it? Like I said, his style does closely resemble it, but it's not quite there. What can he do, in your opinion, to become the Mugiwara "Break Dancer"?