That is an interesting take on the Bravest.
Sometimes being Brave doesn't involve taking down an scary enemy or facing some kind of physical fear or danger.
Sometimes Bravery just means you do something that, despite going against something you or someone else believes, is ultimately the right thing to do. It's that willingness to do so that makes someone Bravery. Sometimes Bravery also means showing vulnerability regardless of how terrifying it is to be vulnerable in front of enemies and especially around loved ones.
"Get in loser, we're going to go raid the Pridelands."
Have you never heard of a monkey's paw, Peach? You gotta be specific or else stuff like this happens.