Found this on wrestlinginc.com
-- 2004 "Tough Enough Challenge" star, Daniel Puder is making his Bodogfight debut.
His MMA record is impressive so far with 4 defeats and no losses. He is heading into his bout as a heavyweight against 23 year old Alden, who is also undefeated at 6-0. Puder admits that this is his toughest opponent yet but he is confident that his wrestling pedigree has prepared him well.
Puder had some comments: - "I think that pro-wrestling has toughened me up," says Puder. "You're falling more, you're being dropped more and you can get hurt a lot quicker. I've been flash KO'd a few times [in pro wrestling] and had to keep going in the match. So I'm ready for whatever happens in the ring."
I think ppl can be quite critical on how tough bein a pro-wrestler can be...yes it is staged and everything, but there is alot of physical work that goes into it.
Daniel Puder is also the wrestler that called out Angle for a MMA match.....thoughts??