Yikes. This is so awkward but I can't think of how to fix without losing the passive.
It's a fact of life that English speech tends to avoid passives and Indonesian doesn't. We could choose a much better example sentence though.
"The challenges of professional wrestling are faced by the wrestlers every day" is something closer to a natural English sentence.
Wow! These sentences need context and "restructuring".
Maybe if you added a little to the sentence:
Ini tidak dihadapinya sendiri, tetapi bersama kami.
This is not faced by him alone, but together with us.