Fighter.
Humanitarian.
Believer.


 

“I love MMA, but I’m not fighting for myself anymore. I’m fighting to bring attention and change to those who don’t have a voice.”

 

 

From the Spike reality show “The Ultimate Fighter” to a current MMA heavyweight record of 15-2, Justin Wren has cemented his place as a successful mixed martial arts athlete.

But in 2011 his struggles with addiction and depression led Justin on a journey to the Congo to live with and ultimately broker freedom for the Mbuti Pygmies. Through his Fight for the Forgotten [link to FFTF page] initiative, this formerly enslaved people group is now flourishing.