Endo Athletics will finally be making it's long awaited debut in the world of professional Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu promotions with the inaugural Endo Athleitcs Jiu-Jitsu PRO event that will be held at the Historic Palace Theater in Crossville, TN on January 12th, 2019.
Endo Athletics has already held several smaller grappling events with the Endo Athletics Invitationals, but they hail in comparison as to what the Endo Athletics Jiu-Jitsu PRO events will be that will be taking place throughout 2019.
Endo Athletics Jiu-Jitsu PRO 1 will showcase some of the best grapplers and jiu-jitsu competitors in the state of Tennessee and will be held in one of the nicest venues the Southeast has to offer with The Historic Palace Theatre playing host to the event. The event and the venue will provide an experience like no other that jiu-jitsu fans nor it's athletes have experienced before and will be a fitting start to what the Endo Athletics Jiu-Jitsu PRO events will be moving forward.
The Historic Palace Theatre was built in the 1930s and opened in November of 1938 with the screening of If I were King featuring Ronald Coleman. It ran as a theater throughout the 1970s until it closed in 1978. It remained closed until 1993 when it was purchased by the city of Crossville. The theater building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1994 and was later renovated and restored and has served as a multi-purpose community auditorium since.
January 12th is shaping up to be one of the most historic jiu-jitsu events to ever take place in the state of Tennessee with exciting bouts scheduled from start to finish and will be headlined by two of Tennessee's most accomplished competitors as Steven Haag of Victory BJJ takes on Michael Bartlett of 10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu in an advanced NoGi match-up. Tickets are available now.
Tickets start at $25 for General Admission and $30 for VIP seating. Stay tuned to endoathletics.com as more bouts are announced for Endo Athletics Jiu-Jitsu PRO 1.