We have a number of great fighters in the world of MMA, fighters like Demian Maia, Brian Ortega, Ronaldo Souza, Charles Oliveira, and Nate Diaz.
The best BJJ in MMA must be a dedicated fighter like Demian Maia who is a Brazilian professional submission grappler and mixed martial artist. His dedication earned him two World titles, three World’s Cup titles, one Pan American Championship, two North American Championships, one Brazilian championship, seven São Paulo State Jiu-Jitsu Championships, and one ADCC title. BJJ needs a rash guard that can withstand the toughest training conditions and a compression shirt and MMA shorts that are stretchy and quick dry for maximum comfort.
Demian Maia is regarded as one of the greatest grapplers in MMA history. He is a black belt and mastered Mixed Martial Arts, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, Boxing, Judo, Karate. A great grappler like Maia needs the best rash guard, compression shirt, and MMA shorts since he is always fighting aground.
As a child, Demian Maia, had his first contact with the fighting world. First with Judo, Karate and Kung-Fu, which he practiced for seven years. It was at the age of 19, already envisioning a career in MMA, that he started to practice the martial art that would become his greatest passion: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
Demian dedicated himself intensely to the sport, often training three or four times per day. He achieved his black belt in only 4 years and 7 months of training, which is pretty much a record for the standards of those days in Brazil. The reason why I regarded him as the best BJJ in MMA.
I also consider Ronaldo Souza dos Santos, nicknamed Jacaré, as my second best BJJ in MMA. He is also Brazilian mixed martial artist and submission grappler just like Demian Maia.
Grapplers like Souza need a rash guard, compression shirt and mma shorts that is dependable at all fights. Hitting opponents of the ground needs anti-slip gel panel technology
for extra grip and keeping the rash guard from riding up.
Souza was born in Vila Velha, Brazil, into a cafuzo family and was raised in Cariacica, Brazil. Souza had a rough upbringing, and on the day he turned 15, he saw one of his good friends get shot to death. After this event, Souza’s mother moved him to Manaus to go and live with his brother and he started training in Judo and Brazilian jiu-jitsu when he was 17. He is an eight-time World Jiu-Jitsu Champion and has a colorful BJJ career like Demian Maia.
Souza known to most simply as “Jacare,” Ronaldo Souza is simply, and truly, one of the greatest grapplers in MMA today. In addition to winning the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu World Cup in 2004, the decorated black belt is also a 2004 CBJJ Pan American Champion as well as a 2005 ADCC 77-87 kg World Champion and Absolute division runner up.
These two fighters have the best BJJ in MMA. It is my bet, not only are they from Brazil but they won world championships.
Roberto Villa is the CEO, Executive Writer, Senior Editor of FightBook MMA. Has a passion for Combat Sports and also a podcast host for Sitting Ringside. He’s also a former MMA fighter and Kickboxer.
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