Jiu Jitsu Las Vegas

Jiu Jitsu Las Vegas

10th Planet Downtown is the premiere no gi jiu jitsu academy in Las Vegas! Centrally located in the Fremont East Arts District of Downtown Las Vegas, 10th Planet Downtown offers high level instruction, plush amenities, in the heart of vibrant Downtown Las Vegas!

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Jiu Jitsu Las Vegas gyms are aplenty but at 10th Planet Downtown we are no politics, welcoming all affiliations. Our no gi style of jiu jitsu is open minded, progressive, and promotes jiu jitsu as a whole. 

Whether you are brand new to jiu jitsu or an advanced student that trains at another Jiu Jitsu Las Vegas school, come train with us! From Basics classes to Open Mat, we have something for everyone no matter your skill level or lineage of training.

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10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu is a non-traditional system of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu developed by Eddie Bravo. It was one of the first Jiu-Jitsu school systems to not use a gi.

In 2003, after earning a black belt under Jean-Jacques MachadoEddie Bravo opened his first 10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu school in Los Angeles, California. Bravo's system emphasizes developing students for submission-only grappling competition rather than points. He focused his jiu-jitsu on training without the traditional gi; becoming one of the first jiu-jitsu schools to do so. The idea behind this was to try to implement as many of the techniques as possible in mixed martial arts (MMA) competitions. Bravo worked for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) during this time and felt the jiu-jitsu wasn't as high-level as it could've been, mainly attributing this to fighters wearing a gi when training jiu-jitsu but competing in MMA without one.[1] 10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu has been controversial since it's inception. Bravo's changes to traditional Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, like abandoning the gi, drew a lot of backlash and there has been debate to how much 10th Planet techniques, most notably its iterations of the rubber guard, should be used in MMA.[2]

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