Former UFC fighter Justin Wren has taken the fight to a different arena since his days inside the Octagon.
Wren’s biography, “Fight for the Forgotten,” is set to be released his September. It details his battle with depression and addiction, how he eventually found his purpose on a mission trip to Africa and how he is continuing to fight for those who can’t fight for themselves through his foundation.
Wren competed on The Ultimate Fighter: Heavyweights and posted a 10-2 overall record, including six knockout wins and three more via submission. He lost to Roy Nelson on TUF via decision.
His lone official UFC bout was in 2009 when he lost a split decision to Jon Madsen. Wren fought three more times after that in 2010 before retiring from MMA.
You can check for more information on Wren’s website.