who has the most aggressive offensive jiu jitsu?

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  1. Ashi Barai

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    I hate seeing bjj fighters flopping on their back hoping hoping a fighter will jump into their guard.
    but if its high level and aggressive jiu jitsu, its super exciting to watch. which ufc fighter would you
    say attacks people the hardest with bjj?
     
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    Palhares, Ryan Hall, Ferguson
     
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    Anthony Pettis deserves a mention
     
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    Ronaldo Jacaré
     
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    Werdum is always pretty active on his back attacking with stuff. Especially keeping that active for a HW.
     
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    Paul harris for days. Hes the mike tyson of tearing legs off
     
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    Maia and Rousimar "Paul Harris" Palhares

    Special mention to Garry Tonon and Buchecha
     
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    Maia is insane.
    Very good guys look lost when he gets a hold of them
     
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    Maia! Come on folks. Damian has adapted his game from that of a passive Bjj player who waits for you to make a a mistake to a complete mauler. Him an Khabib have some of the most brutal, smothering grappling styles in the game today.

    #GUERNICAbless
     
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    Paul Harris by a giant landslide
     
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    conor mcgregor, he tried to take nate down and submit him when nate hurt him with punches
     
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    Lauzon is relentless with it.
     
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    How the fuck would anyone say that Damian Mai has the most aggressive offensive BJJ? Lol! Have any of you nimwits ever watched Mai? Apparently not. He is methodical and patient, and maybe better than everyone but he is not even close to being the most aggressive.

    You guys who posted above me are all clearly newbs.

    The fact that no one has even mentioned Charles Oliveira proves it. He is by far the most aggressive as far as BJJ offense. Hell, he is so aggressive it has gotten him subbed twice now even as good as he is. That's just his style.
     
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    Gunnar, Maia, Ferguson, MM, Faber, Diaz bros. Jacare, Bones, Cirkunov
     
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    maia in the beginning was a wrecking ball but he seems to be more cautious on the ground now. and shields handled him there - which is no knock against maia, just proves how world class shields is.

    werdum is consistently ferocious on the ground, always attacking. that could be due to the fact that the heavies tend to be more slow and plodding and so it's easier to work against them though.

    jacare should definitely be in the running as well.
     
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    Palhares and Da Bronx imo

    And Frank Mir was always looking for subs.
     
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    Cerrone is very underrated in this regard
     
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    Brian Ortega is pretty damn good.
     
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