Justin Brayton Cements Legendary Status, Helps Deliver His Third Child

There is no disputing that Justin Brayton is an absolute bad ass—on and off the track. 

On the track, Brayton, at 36 years of age landed on the podium in a stacked 450 field earlier this year at Houston 2. Oh, let’s not forget that Brayton’s first career win at Daytona in 2018 came when he was 33, making him the oldest winner in Monster Energy Supercross history. He’s also a four-time Australian Supercross Champion. As Slaw said, complete bad ass. 

Off the track, Brayton is known as one of the nicest dudes in the pits and has absolutely been slaying on the mic while filling in on Race Day Live this year. Again, all awesome things. 

Well, apparently Brayton CAN ALSO DELIVER BABIES!!!!!!

A few days ago, Brayton and his wife Paige welcomed their third child into the world, Presley Cove Brayton and apparently Justin helped deliver Presley after their midwife wasn’t going to make it. 

“Presley Cove Brayton was born last night at 8:45, weighing 10lbs! @paigebrayton is a complete rockstar! She started having contractions around 3pm, things started to get pretty intense just after I put the kids down at 7:30-8 and before we knew it, it was just Paige and I delivering baby Presley, just the two of us in the comfort of our own home. We had planned on a home delivery with our midwife but I quickly realized she wasn’t gonna make it in time. It was just as it was meant to be! An amazing feeling and something I’ll cherish for the rest of my life! Baby and Momma are doing great!”

My goodness, Justin, you sir are a legend. Congrats to you and Paige!


Main image: Octopi Media


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  1. Weege really missed an opportunity to bring another Brayton into the world. It’s no coincidence the baby also weight a perfect 10 lbs. #Bray10

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