Robert Drysdale is a father, a student of history, IBJJF world champion, ADCC absolute division world champion, undefeated MMA fighter, owner of Drysdale Jiu Jitsu, co-founder of Zenith BJJ. Robert teaches seminars at his Zenith Affiliate schools all over the world. When he is not traveling and teaching Jiu Jitsu seminars he is teaching at his own school in Las Vegas. Drysdale is partnering with a former student to open a second location in North Las Vegas.
Coach Evan Barrett
Evan has been training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu since 2008, and currently holds the rank of Brown Belt which he achieved under Professor Curtis Hill in 2014. In 2015 he earned the title of No Gi Grappler of the year from Fight to Win Promotions. Evan is an avid competitor and in 2015 competed in the first Fight to Win Pro submission only event winning his match. Since then Evan has competed regularly in the Fight to Win Pro events, as well as the local jiu-jitsu tournaments. Along with being a coach at Fulcrum Jiu-Jitsu Academy, Evan is also the gym manager.
Professor Nick Brown
Nick began studying Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in 2008 and in 2017 earned his Black Belt from Professor Curtis Hill (black belt under Professor Wellington “Megaton” Dias). Nick is a valued teacher, mentor, and competitor. Nick has competed in many tournaments and in 2016 competed in his first professional jiu-jitsu event through Fight to Win Promotions. Nick has fought in MMA as both an amateur and a professional with a record of 3-2 amateur and 1-0 pro; all of his wins were earned via submissions.
“My goal is to use jiu-jitsu as a vehicle for group improvement. By creating a positive team atmosphere, we can challenge one another to be better people. I believe that group accountability raises all boats. In short, I have come to love jiu-jitsu over the last decade and I think if you give it a try you will too. See you on the mats!”
Anselmo Gutierrez was born in Chihuahua Mexico. He’s 2-0 pro MMA and a Robert Drysdale Bjj black belt.
Kevin Is a wrestling instructor at Castle Rock BJJ and an Olympian in the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney.
Olympian 6th place in Sydney | Nine-year member of the United States national | Former NCAA wrestling coach. | Claimed five U.S. National Championships in 1997, 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2003 | First place at the Pan American Championships 2003 | Named the Championship Belt Series (most wins for Team USA for the Year) | Alternate for the 1992, 1996 and 2004 USA Olympic Teams | Coach at the US Olympic Training Center
Coach Kim Pitts
Kim has been training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu since 2011 and in 2015 earned her purple belt from Professor Curtis Hill. Kim regularly holds women’s self defense classes and combines them with an introduction to kickboxing and jiu-jitsu. Kim also enjoys competing and sees it as a tool to help improve her technique and challenge herself.
A brown belt under Professor Curtis Hill, and is the club manager.