The owner of a, shall we say, “José Aldo” style of fighting, South Korean bruiser Chang Sun Jung has been climbing the UFC featherweight ranks with ferocity and flair. “The Korean Zombie” is blessed with mark-finding fists, high kicks and rare Jiu-Jitsu skills, and for that reason he’s seen as the biggest threat to Aldo’s throne. But before the inevitable showdown can take place, the champion, José Aldo, has to get past Eric Koch on July 21.
Watch and decide for yourself whether or not Zombie is skilled at the art of terrorizing an opponent high and low like José Aldo:
But it’s not just Aldo and team Nova União who’s got their eyes on the ace. Faithful fans of good Jiu-Jitsu Ryron and Rener Gracie put the South Korean’s game under the microscope, in particular his intricate finish over Dustin Poirier at UFC on Fuel 3 last May 15.
The move Jung used is an effective variation on the arm-triangle often referred to in Jiu-Jitsu as the brabo or D’Arce choke, dubbed as such because of the exhibitions of Joe D’Arce, who used the hold proficiently in the USA. Learn some more details about the hold below, and use them to further bolster your Jiu-Jitsu.