GAME DAY Signs Da Crazy Hawaiian, Slap Fight Champion, podcaster, and streamer to All-Star Roster

Published Jun 21, 2022 09:00 a.m. ET
Da Crazy Hawaiian

Koa Viernes, better known as “Da Crazy Hawaiian,” is a rising Slap-Fight challenger and the reigning United States Champion.


LOS ANGELES - June 20, 2022 - Game Day Inc. (“GAME DAY”), a cannabis company started for and inspired by professional athletes, is excited to announce the signing of Da Crazy Hawaiian to their lineup of all-star athletes. GAME DAY’s innovative line of high-quality cannabis products is designed to aid in health and wellness maintenance for professional athletes.

Da Crazy Hawaiian, a Waianae native and father of five (soon to be six), developed an affinity for the sport when it first came to the United States, launching a sensational career as both a slap fighter and ambassador participating in legendary fights, including a 20 round fight with Hillbilly Hippie, and the world’s first Pay-Per-View slap fight, hosted in Atlanta Georgia.

Koa Viernes, aka “the original slapper,” fought David "Zales" Zaleski on March 5th, 2022, in Ohio, at the Arnold Classic, and is a passionate and ferocious competitor at every turn, with numerous wins against epic opponents.

“GAME DAY is an adopted family. It’s a group of people that are striving to be one of the companies that provide athletes with a way to express their own take on how they use cannabis,” said Da Crazy Hawaiian. “I have a lot of injuries that plague me, like my knee, wrist and elbow, and I’m still moving forward as the best slap fighter in the world. I just want to make it known that this is what I take, and this is what I do to enhance my training, my mood, and to enhance my daily life.”

Viernes added, “Game Day doesn’t care about the stigma. They have one mission, and it’s to spread awareness and education for the people that really want to try cannabis, but they’re scared.”


Game Day is a cannabis company that embraces the benefits of the plant and its many components for all athletes, from professional to recreational. By providing essential tools, products, and information to the world’s high-performing players, Game Day helps athletes to train, perform, and recover from injuries better. With support from real pro league athletes, Game Day uses their real-life stories and experiences to show others who might benefit from cannabis how it can be done safely and effectively. Learn more about Game Day at and follow them on Instagram and Twitter for all the latest updates.

About Da Crazy Hawaiian

Koa Viernes is a podcaster, Twitch streamer, slap fighter, and a passionate advocate for cannabis in the world of professional sports. This hard worker knows exactly how daunting it can be to lift that protective veil of secrecy, especially when the plant is still frowned upon in many leagues, but he’s also a firm believer in the Game Day movement and all of the good it will bring for athletes who are struggling with physical and mental health issues.

“I strongly push for cannabis, and I believe it should be available to athletes all over the world because nothing else works for me. I’d like to advocate for everybody, anybody, and every athlete that does anything with their body or mind. You should be able to make that adult decision and do what you have to do to get through life.”

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