Fight for the Forgotten

with JUSTIN wren
February 1, 2023
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Justin Wren, aka “The Big Pygmy,” is a man of many talents – a former UFC and current Bellator MMA fighter, a humanitarian, and the founder of Fight for the Forgotten. This non-profit organization is on a mission to bring hope to the marginalized, to give voice to the voiceless, and to be a beacon of love for the unloved.

Join Danny as he sits down with Justin on The Higher Self podcast to delve into the captivating story behind Fight for the Forgotten and its recent progress with displaced indigenous people’s groups in West Africa. Discover how this powerhouse of a man has taken his physical strength and turned it into a force for good, using his platform to bring awareness to some of the world’s most pressing issues.

Be inspired by Justin’s unwavering commitment to making a difference and head over to the Fight for the Forgotten website to learn more about their work and to donate to this truly remarkable cause:


About Justin Wren

Justin Wren’s childhood was marred by relentless bullying, but he persevered and rose to prominence as a UFC fighter. Despite his physical prowess, he was haunted by demons of self-hate, exclusion, and self-sabotage, leading him to make several attempts to take his own life. However, a series of coincidences that can only be described as divinely orchestrated, saved him and showed him a higher purpose. He became the founder of Fight For The Forgotten, a humanitarian organization that aims to serve the Pygmy people of the Congo with clean water, a basic necessity for survival. Over the years, we have had the privilege of witnessing the growth of his giant heart as he continues to shine his light for the world, touching the lives of those around him and inspiring others to do the same.

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