10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu: The David Lo Pan

“This is a from guard variation of the Peruvian D’Arce (itself A Peruvian Necktie Variation using the vice grip) that I have been developing. I was having a lot of success with the Peruvian D’Arce, so I decided to see if it would work from guard. So far, so good.” – David “Lo Pan” Callaham

EDIT: The music is, naturally, “Pork Chop Express,” from the BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA SOUNDTRACK. Written and performed by John Carpenter himself.

I haven’t hung out with David much, but after watching this video, I probably should. The Big Trouble In Little China references had me falling out laughing. These set ups are really slick.

2 Responses to “10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu: The David Lo Pan”

  1. ArrashSpawnOfCthulu says:

    The arm drag setup is the shit. That song also kicks ass like “Boo doom deem, doo doo dum!” What!

    Then at like 1:40 it gets all “Come along for a ride in my convertible in South Beach”, and then your ass is knocked unconscious.

  2. Casey says:

    That is an ill setup, going to put this one into my game for sure. 10th Planet for life.