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Revgear World Open – Huntington Beach Press Release

Revgear World Open – Huntington Beach Press Release

Revgear Competition League Host Jiu-Jitsu and Grappling Tournament In Huntington Beach

Revgear World Open – Huntington Beach grappling and jiu-jitsu tournament scheduled for February 28, 2015 with Cash Prizes.

Van Nuys, CA (PRWEB) January 29, 2015

Revgear Competition League has announced their first tournament of 2015 scheduled to take place on February 28, 2015 in Huntington Beach, CA. Huntington Beach High School, located at 1905 Main Street, Huntington Beach, CA, will be the host venue for this grappling and jiu-jitsu tournament event.

The Revgear Competition League brings a unique grappling and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu tournament structure with double-elimination matches for all While Belt, Blue Belt and Kids divisions of 5 or more competitors. This guarantees a minimum of two (2) competition matches as well as the benefits of pre-scheduled brackets, day before weigh-ins, and more.

Revgear Competition League and the Revgear World Open events were developed by leading Martial Arts manufacturer Revgear whose 18-year history in the sport has lead them to a position as one of the trusted names in the Martial Arts industry. Revgear’s Founder Paul Reavlin said, “I am excited that we ended the year with a tournament here in Southern California and can start 2015 in our backyard. We have grown as a company here in Southern California and to be able to put on an event with so many of our friends and family in attendance is a true pleasure.”

Revgear World Open events took the grappling community by storm in 2014 hosting successful tournaments in Costa Mesa, CA, Kansas City, MO and Denver, CO. Events featured competitors ranging from former UFC, Bellator, and Strikeforce MMA superstars to local competitors and highly talented grapplers of all ages. Attendees also included well-known athletes such as Josh Barnett, Cris ‘Cyborg’ Santos, Jeff Glover and others.

Revgear World Open – Huntington Beach is a pre-registration only event. Medals and Championship Belts will be awarded for various division competitors. Cash prizes of $500.00 are being offered to winners of the Male & Female Adult Black Belt Gi and Adult No Gi Expert Absolute divisions. Early Bird Pricing is in effect until February 14, 2015 allowing competitors to save time and money entering early before Regular Pricing goes into effect on February 15, 2015.

Registration can be completed online at

“I love Southern California and am happy we’re able to get back here so quickly. Revgear World Open – Orange County was a great tournament and I’m excited we can again put together a tournament in an area so rich in jiu-jitsu culture.” said Revgear National Events Director and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt Chris Stolzman. “For 2015 we have teamed up with Mata Leao Martial Arts Tournament Management who will provide us with pre-scheduled brackets for competitors and join us in our commitment to highly organized events.”

Additional Revgear World Open – Huntington Beach information is as follows:

Pre-Weigh In Friday, February 27th at Huntington Beach High School from 4:30 – 7:30 PM
Event Day Weigh-Ins allowed up to one hour before competition match begins.


About Revgear Competition League
RSD Events, LLC is the parent company and sanctioning body for the Revgear Competition League (”RCL”) and it’s subsequent Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Grappling tournament events taking place throughout major markets in the United States. RSD Events is also the host organization for the Revgear University trade show event and convention for the Martial Arts industry.


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Competition Tips From The Pros – Myles Jury

Competition Tips From The Pros – Myles Jury

Team Revgear’s Myles Jury shares his 5 competition tips that he would give to anyone as they prepare for the upcoming Revgear World Open – Kansas City event on September 27th!

Myles is an undefeated MMA fighter currently competing in the UFC organization and is the #9 Ranked Lightweight in the World! Only 25 years old, Myles has been competing in the sport for over 10 years! Myles is a Black Belt in Jiu-Jitsu and also has helped create his own style of training ‘Jury Jiu Jitsu‘.

Myles has been competing from a very young age and also with his undefeated record he is no stranger to competition and how to prepare. He’s currently expected to face Takanori Gomi this weekend on September 20, 2014 at UFC Fight Night 52.

Myles’ 5 Competition Tips:

1. Stay focused on what you want to accomplish and don’t let anyone get in your way.
2. Train hard every day, push your body to the limits so the hard work is over when it’s time to compete and competition is the easiest part.
3. Channel your nerves so they don’t take over your mind/body. Keep in mind you trained for days/months and the competition is only a matter of minutes.
4. Vision everything that can happen, both good and bad and how you will react.
5. Rest- make sure you’re getting 8 hours of sleep every night.

My first tournament I was super nervous but kept reminding myself how hard I worked and it was just another day in the office, mind over matter. It takes a while to get the experience to overcome the nerves, but with a strong mind and having a great vision, it gets easier every time. The feeling when it’s over is the best thing ever and last quite some time, live it up and have fun with it!