Fight for the Forgotten

Fight for the Forgotten

How A Mixed Martial Artist Stopped Fighting for Himself and Started Fighting for Others

Book - 2015
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The notable mixed martial artist and UFC fighter describes the childhood bullying that inspired his career, the depression and addiction that triggered his self-destructive downward spiral and the faith that compelled him to heal and become an advocate for the enslaved Mbuti Pygmy tribe in Congo.
Publisher: New York : Howard Books, [2015]
ISBN: 9781476765587
1476765588
Branch Call Number: B W926
Characteristics: viii, 278 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Hunt, Loretta

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smichal
Aug 16, 2016

Wonderful story. I saw Justin Wren on Joe Rogan podcast telling about his time being cruelly bullied in high school. Then seeing what the pygmies go through: starvation, disease, death, cannibalism, etc. We are so lucky to live here. Our problems are nothing compared to theirs.

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