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Joao Assis Record Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!


Who is Joao Assis?

Joao Assis is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu competitor and black belt from Porto Alegre, Brazil. Joao Assis started training in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu at the age of 17 as a way to defend himself as he had often gotten into street fights when he was younger. 

Who is Joao Assis?

Joao Assis is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu competitor and black belt from Porto Alegre, Brazil. Joao Assis started training in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu at the age of 17 as a way to defend himself as he had often gotten into street fights when he was younger. 

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Joao Assis first began to train under Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and MMA coach Luis Brito who was teaching in Porto Alegre at the time. 

Under Luis Brito, Joao Assis earned both his blue and purple belts. As Joao Assis became more and more fascinated by the art of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, he realized that it was what he wanted to do in his life. However, Joao Assis realized that the BJJ scene in Proto Alegre was too small for him and travelled to Sao Paulo to train with and compete against more high-level competition. 

In Sao Paulo, Joao Assis began to train under the legend Leonardo Vieira, at the Brasa headquarters, which is now known as Checkmat. There Joao Assis began to train with a top-notch team and earned his brown belt and eventually his black belt in 2009. 

Still, Joao Assis wanted to train with even more people and this time, even Brazil was too small for his aspirations. In an even bigger move than his first Joao Assis moved to the United States of America. On top of this massive move with its culture shock, Joao Assis had basically nothing, no money, job, house or even a phone number he could use. Eventually, through some luck and prayer, Joao Assis was able to meet up with some big names and settle into his new home. 

These big names include Fabricio Werdum, Rafael Cordeiro, Dan Henderson, Carlson Gracie Junior, Lucas Leite, Robert Drysdale and many others. In America, Joao Assis began to work on his no-gi and wrestling game so that he could get back into MMA, a sport where he first competed in brazil in 2003 but stop focusing on putting more time into his BJJ training. 

Since living in the states Joao Assis has trained with big-name teams like Team Quest and competed in both Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and MMA. Eventually, Joao Assis would open up his own gym in Huntington Beach, California, Electric Jiu-Jitsu, which acts as the Checkmat affiliate location for that area. 

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How Old is Joao Assis

Joao Assis was born on July 11, 1983, in Porto Alegre, the state capital of Rio Grande do Sul, a state within Brazil. This makes Joao Assis 38 years old at the time of writing. 

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What is Joao Assis’ Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Lineage 

Mitsuyo Maeda > Carlos Gracie > Helio Gracie > Rolls Gracie > Romero Cavalcanti > Leonardo Vieira > João Assis

How Much is Joao Assis Worth?

Joao Assis’ estimated net worth as of 2021 is currently unknown. 

How Tall is Joao Assis?

João Assis’ height is currently not listed 

What is Joao Assis’s Reach? 

Joao Assis’ official reach is currently unknown. 

How Much Does Joao Assis Weigh?

In MMA, Joao Assis competed at middleweight, which is 185 pounds. In Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Joao Assis has competed at 81 kgs, 94 kgs, 97 kgs, 99 kgs, and 100 kgs. 

Joao Assis’ Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Fight List

Joao Assis’ listed Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu career begins in 2009 at that year NoGi Worlds. At this event, Joao Assis lost in the first round via Kimura. Joao Assis then appeared at the 2010 Pan Americans where he won his first match but then lost his second. Then Joao Assis successfully competed at the Grapplers Quest UFC Expo where he defeated all 4 of his opponents to win in the absolute division. 

Joao Assis would then do the same thing in the same division at his next competition, the Grapplers Quest WBG in 2010. At this event, Joao Assis defeated all 4 of his opponents to once again win the absolute division. 

The next big competition that Joao Assis appeared at was the 2011 world championships where he defeated his first two opponents and then lost in his third match against Leo Nogueira by referee decision. 

Then Joao Assis would go on to compete at the Grappler Quest world championships that year in the absolute division and won against all three of his opponents. At the ADCC event held in 2011, Joao Assis went on to defeat his first 3 opponents and lose in the finals of the 99-kilogram division, which ultimately won him the silver medal. Joao Assis would also compete in the absolute division of that year’s ADCC but lose in the first round. 

Joao Assis would avenge that loss at his next event, which was the No-Gi Worlds in the absolute division. Joao Assis won against all three of his opponents to take home first place. 

Joao Assis then started off 2012 by competing at that year’s Pan Americans event. Joao Assis competed in the over 100 kg weight class and lost in the second round of the event. Joao Assis would then compete twice in that year’s No Gi Worlds event both in the 100 kilogram and absolute divisions. In both those divisions, Joao Assis won his first match but lost in his second. 

At the 2013 world championships, Joao Assis competed in both the absolute and 100 kg divisions. In the 100 kg division, Joao Assis would fare better, losing in the third round. In the absolute division, Joao Assis lost in his first match. 

Joao Assis then competed at the 2013 ADCC and won gold in the 99 kg division. Joao Assis then went on a winning streak, winning gold at his next event, the 2014 NoGi Worlds and then again at the FIVE NAIC that same year. 

Joao Assis then competed at the FIVE SL event in 2015 where he defeated two out of his three opponents. Joao Assis then competed again that year at ADCC, beating his first two opponents and then losing to his third. 

Joao Assis then competed at the No Gi worlds event and won all three of his matches in the 97 kg division. For the rest of 2015 and all of 2016, Joao Assis would compete at small shows and make his next big performance appearance that the 2017 ADCC competition but unfortunately lost in the second round. 

That year Joao Assis also competed at the No-Gi worlds and lost in the third round. 

Joao Assis’ MMA Fight List

Joao Assis Made his MMA debut at Profight Combat Show in Brazil on May 24, 2004. Joao Assis won the match via rear-naked choke in the third round. Joao Assis then made his next MMA appearance at Profight Championship three and would once again finish his opponent but this time by TKO in the first round. 

Joao Assis then competed at Clube de Luta 2 against Edinelson Nelsão on May 15, 2005.  

Joao Assis won this match by first-round submission. 

Assis then made his next appearance and lose his first MMA match at Storm Samurai 6 in brazil. Joao Assis lost the match by KO due to a punch. Joao Assis then got back into the winner’s column at his next event at Profight Championships 4, winning by rear-naked choke in the very first round. 

At his next fight at Clube de Luta 4, Joao Assis would have his match go to a no-contest against Jalison Silva Santos. Joao Assis then got his last MMA win against a fighter amazingly named Jaguar Jaguar at Portugal Vale Tudo 2 and won by KO. 

Joao Assis then lost all of his remaining MMA fights, all 5 of them, by KO or TKO. 

Who Did Joao Assis Lose to?

In Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Joao Assis has lost to big names like Jackson Sousa, Abraham Marte, Leo Nogueira, Joao Rocha and others. 

In MMA, Joao Assis has lost to Helio Dipp, Victor Vianna, Luiz Cane, Augusto Montano, Gerson Cordeiro and Lorenz Larkin. 

What is Joao Assis Record

In Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Joao Assis has a total of 71 listed matches with 51 wins and 20 losses. In MMA Joao Assis had had a total of 11 matches with 5 wins, 6 losses and 1 no contest. 

This means that Joao Assis has a total listed record of 82 matches with 56 wins, 26 losses and 1 no contest. This gives Joao Assis a total win percentage of 68 percent. 

What Titles Has Joao Assis Held 

Joao Assis has won many titles, including,

  • ADCC champion
  • 2x World NoGi Champion 
  • 2x NAGA Champion 
  • 2x NAGA NoGi Champion 
  • 4x National American Champion 
  • 10x Grappler Quest Champion

Has Joao Assis Had Any Serious Injuries

Joao Assis has not had any serious injuries worth noting. 

Is Joao Assis Retired?

Joao Assis has retired from MMA and hasn’t competed in the sport since his last match in 2010. Joao Assis has not announced a retirement from BJJ competition but has not competed in that sport since 2018.

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