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Bryanna "Pink Ranger" Fissori
A dynamite fighter from beautiful Honolulu, Hawaii, Bryanna trains out of the BJ Penn UFC Gym. She is a part of the “Women of War” team under the leadership of coaches Rich de Los Reyes and Guy Orogo.
Our Pink Ranger has top name gym and a solid coaching team, but her start was a humble one. An answer to a simple Craigslist ad was her start, working from a sparring partner to now competing on some of the biggest industry stages.
Outside of the Ring We’re always amazed at the lives these athletes lead outside of fighting. Besides putting leather to face, Bryanna is Veterinary Surgical Technician, has a law degree and teaches children’s jiu jitsu. Simply remarkable.
On any given day, she’s riding her pink electric bicycle (the megazord) around Honolulu. Of course, you couldn’t pass up a chance to go swimming or hiking on a place as special as Oahu.
Obviously one of the coolest sports in the world; freestyle skiing is about pushing the limits on speed and skill. There's an immense amount of physical and mental pressure on these athletes to be the best, and that requires concentration, commitment and being in peak physical condition.
Originally from Quebec and now calling Whistler, BC his home, Dean is a young, up and coming athlete with many top five results already to his name. Having these results looks extra impressive when you consider he's only been freestyle skiing since 2012.
One day Dean wants to develop programs to coach acrobatic air orientation. It's hard to think of anything crazier to do, so we think a safety focused program aimed at anyone willing to try is a terrific idea.
He also tells us that his ski socks are the one thing he'd never leave home without.
We wish Dean the best, and we're proud to support him on his journey to the top.