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 initiative, this formerly enslaved people group is now flourishing.


 

“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.”
— SPEAKER & AUTHOR, JUSTIN WREN

“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.”
— SPEAKER & AUTHOR, JUSTIN WREN