December 1, 2022

Mo Jassim Returns as Main ADCC Organizer in 2024

Great news for the world of grappling as Mo Jassim has been selected as the head organizer for the ADCC World Championships in 2024. This event will once again be held in Las Vegas with a target date of September 2024, with trials kicking off at the trials of East cost. in November 2023.

ADCC 2022 was the biggest grappling event in history, with more than 12,000 fans in attendance to watch the event over two days at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas. There was certainly a lot of hype leading up to this, and the ADCC team put on an exceptional event that will likely go down as a turning point in grappling history.

“I’m very happy with ADCC 2022, the feedback has been overwhelming. We could have executed some things better and we’ll make sure to address that in the future, but I’m very happy with the event.” Mo Jassim

Mo first attended the ADCC as a spectator in 2000 and 2005 before officially joining the ADCC staff in 2007. He started at the bottom, initially handing out wristbands and fulfilling a number of roles before his first race as chief organizer at Worlds in 2019. He had previously organized the 2017 West Coast Trials.

Preparing for his third race as the ADCC Worlds Chief Organizer, Mo has big plans for 2024 –

“I will ensure that ADCC 2024 eclipses ADCC 2022 in every aspect. My rule is to never be satisfied and to always push the boundaries as hard as possible. My sole focus for every event is to smash expectations and I can assure you that ADCC 2024 will be no different!” Mo Jassim