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Rollar 10K – The UK’s Hottest BJJ Competition

BJJ tournaments all seem to be doing the same thing (with a few notable exceptions). Every now and then, something comes along and changes the game. Enter Rollar 10K

Rollar 10K is the latest competition on the BJJ scene, but unlike the IBJJF clones, the organisers want to bring something new to the table. A top-tier tournament with the highest level of black belt competitors fighting it out for 10,000 pounds.

Peter Irving and Stephen Fairburn have created the premier competition in the UK to attract top BJJ athletes as well as offering lower belt divisions. Their aim is to bring a grand competition feel, so that when competitors go the world championship tournaments, they will already have had the experience they need to succeed.

Rollar 10K has already caught the attention of well-known BJJ athletes from outside the UK, with competitors coming from the USA and Brazil looking to snag the 10K top prize.

Taking place at the Newcastle Eagles Arena, Rollar has found the perfect setting for their premier event. State of the art facilities and a grand stage, the competition will boast one of the best stages ever set in the UK for a BJJ tournament.

To top it all off, there will be a space set aside specifically for athletes who have finished competing to train with the highest level coaches and athletes in the game. Once the competitor is done with their matches, their day is only just starting.

The competition os open to all levels, with prizes available in each category. Special emphasis is put on submissions, with incentives to finish matches without gaming the points system.

All eyes will be on Rollar 10K on October 30th. Don’t miss out on this upstart competition with the potential to become the best in Europe.

Tom Billinge Tom is the Editor of Revgear Sports and the founder of WarYoga. He is a 10th Planet purple belt and a Muay Thai Kru having spent over two decades in the sport in Thailand and around the world. Tom has trained Lethwei in Myanmar, Kushti wrestling in India, Zurkhaneh sports in Iran, boxing throughout Europe, and catch wrestling in the USA. Tom also resurrected the ancient techniques of traditional British bareknuckle pugilism from archaic manuals.