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Justin Wren: Don’t Be A Hurt Person That Hurts People

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Don't Be A Bully!

  • Bullying affects a significant number of children, with many experiencing depression and skipping school as a result.
  • Justin Wren shares personal experiences of being heavily bullied throughout his childhood, including instances of humiliation and isolation.
  • Despite facing severe bullying, Wren pursued his dream of becoming a UFC fighter, finding solace in martial arts.
  • Wren’s life took a dark turn when he struggled with addiction and found himself in dangerous situations, ultimately leading him to a transformative experience.
  • Through volunteering and working with the pygmy people in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Wren found purpose and began a mission to provide clean water and improve their living conditions, demonstrating the power of compassion and resilience in overcoming personal struggles.

Justin Wren is not your average fighter. Born on November 27, 1986, in Fort Worth, Texas, his journey goes beyond the confines of the MMA cage, reaching into the depths of compassion and humanitarianism.

Wren’s passion for fighting ignited early in his life. He started wrestling at the age of six and quickly found success, becoming a Texas State Champion in high school. His prowess on the wrestling mat paved the way for a promising career in mixed martial arts (MMA).

In 2009, Wren made his professional MMA debut, showcasing his exceptional talent and determination. Over the years, he competed in various promotions, including the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), where he showcased his skills against some of the best fighters in the world.

However, it was a trip to the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) in 2011 that would profoundly change Wren’s life and redefine his purpose. During his visit, he witnessed the immense suffering and poverty faced by the Mbuti Pygmy tribe, a marginalized indigenous group.

Deeply moved by their plight, Wren felt compelled to take action. He made the life-altering decision to step away from the world of professional fighting and dedicate himself to humanitarian work. In collaboration with the Mbuti Pygmies, Wren founded Fight for the Forgotten, a nonprofit organization focused on providing clean water, land rights, and sustainable agriculture to indigenous communities in the DRC.

Through his relentless efforts, Wren has helped drill water wells, build schools, and empower the Mbuti Pygmies to create a better future for themselves and their children. His commitment to serving others has earned him widespread recognition and admiration, transcending the realm of sports.

Beyond his humanitarian endeavors, Wren continues to inspire people worldwide through his motivational speaking engagements, spreading messages of hope, resilience, and the power of compassion. His mantra, “Don’t Be A Hurt Person That Hurts People,” encapsulates his belief in the transformative power of healing and empathy.

Justin Wren’s journey exemplifies the potential for individuals to make a meaningful difference in the world, one act of kindness at a time. As a fighter, humanitarian, and advocate for change, he serves as a beacon of hope, challenging us all to strive for a more compassionate and inclusive society.

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