Solution to Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Darce Choke created by American Top Team Coach Malachy Friedman with the “DARCE KILLER” Series
CHARLESTON, SC – BJJ black belt Malachy Friedman, coach and owner of ATT Lowcountry has created a series of techniques to defend against the Darce choke. In the past there has been no answer to escaping a fully-locked Darce. With the Darce Killer series, not only is there an escape but it Friedman’s techniques kills the Darce in every position. The Darce Killer has been tested by stars of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and UFC title contenders who repeatedly destroy the Darce with this method. It was then refined by Friedman’s mentor, the legendary Ricardo Liborio who calls the system “Revolutionary.”
Dace Background: The Darce choke is a variation of the triangle arm choke used in BJJ, MMA and grappling sports. To achieve the Darce choke, a competitor wraps both his arms around his opponent’s neck, leaving one arm inside and the other outside this hold. The name is derived from D’arce, after the American grappler, Joe D’arce who while didn’t invent the technique, used it successfully in competition. The Darce has been used in the UFC 18 times for the win.
Until now, the fully-locked Darce has been impossible to escape. With The Darce Killer, the Darce is now declared officially dead.
The Darce Killer consists of 18 techniques, including The Sit; The Chop; The Flip; The Hip Block Tripod; The Tripod Walk; The Tripod Sit; The Air Sitout; Guard Escape; Step Over Escape; Mount Escape; Back Escape; Guillotine Escape and the Anaconda Escape.
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We are so glad that Malachy and Budovideos has shared this content with the world! We are using the videos to kill the darces in our gym, one at a time. We now have the tools to work through these positions. So far, we've seen some very good success with surviving the darce! We are still working through all of the techniques, but we have confidence based on our early successes!