During his first, one-against-three battle against the Shaolin Elders Do Geep, Do Ngak, and Do Ngan, Cheung Mo Gei was able to singlehandedly battle the three of them to a standstill. He couldn't defeat them, but they couldn't defeat him either. It seemed to be a stalemate.
A few days later, Cheung Mo Gei returned with reinforcements: the Ming Cult's Yeung Siu and Yan Teen Sing. Yeung Siu and Yan Teen Sing were not only two of the most powerful fighters in the Ming Cult, but they were among the best fighters in HSDS *period*. Nevertheless, the addition of these two Ming Cult stalwarts got Cheung Mo Gei the same result: a stalemate (and technically, the Ming Cult lost because Yan Teen Sing later died of overexertion). How could the addition of two such powerful fighters after Cheung Mo Gei had already singlehandedly stalemated the Elders once have not made any difference at all? Unless the Elders went easy on him during the first battle, the math doesn't work.