Erwann Marshall Shows Respected Blog Contributor, David Callaham’s, “David Lo Pan”

March 23rd, 2009 In Techniques | 10 Comments

Erwann Marshall and David Callaham show us the “David Lo Pan.” A nifty variation of the Peruvian Necktie from Crackhead Control.

10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu: The David Lo Pan

July 30th, 2008 In Techniques | 2 Comments

“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.

Peruvian Neckties

July 28th, 2008 In MMA, Techniques | 1 Comment

Here’s Brandon’s variation on the Peruvian Necktie. I like how he secures the ankle and can hold on even when the opponent tries to roll out.

Here’s and example of the peruvian necktie in action from the recent UFN CB Dollaway vs Jesse Taylor