Former WWE Tough Enough Star Partners with Dallas Police

Mike Killam

Former WWE Tough Enough winner and Strikeforce MMA fighter Daniel Puder and his anti-bullying foundation MyLife MyPower has partnered with Dallas police to "educate schools on the impacts of bullying." 

According to the full article by DallasNews.com, Puder has been visiting several DISD schools, presented by the Dallas Police Department, and talking with them about how he was bullied throughout grade school. 

Daniel Puder won WWE's $1 Million Tough Enough challenge in 2004, but was released less than a year later. He is undefeated as a Mixed Martial Artist, and at one point in his short WWE career almost legitimately broke Kurt Angle's arm in an unscripted "shoot" on Smackdown.

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