MMA badass Daniel Puder is taking Chuck Lorre's side in the "Two and a Half Men" creator's epic battle with Charlie Sheen -- telling TMZ, he'll even train Chuck if he accepts Charlie's octagon… READ MORE >
Daniel Puder (born October 9, 1981) is an American professional mixed martial artist who trains at the CSW Training Center, in Fullerton, California, and at his own gym, the Hollywood MMA Gym, in Hollywood, California. Puder is known for having trained at the American Kickboxing Academy, in San Jose, California. Puder is also a professional wrestler, best known for his stints in World Wrestling Entertainment, Ohio Valley Wrestling, and Ring of Honor. Puder currently wrestles for New Japan Pro Wrestling. Puder was involved in amateur wrestling during high school. In high school at Monta Vista High School, in Cupertino, California, Puder finished first place in his weight division in the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Central Coast Section, in amateur wrestling, while wrestling with a broken hand. Puder was also involved in entrepreneurship during high school, starting several businesses. At the age of 16, Puder began training in mixed-martial arts and professional wrestling. Puder entered the fourth Tough Enough competition that was conducted as part of WWE SmackDown between October and December 2004. The prize was announced as a $1,000,000 professional wrestling contract, however, it was in reality a four-year contract at $250,000 a year, with the option to terminate the contract after the first year. On October 28, 2004, episode of SmackDown!, during Tough Enough, Puder was legitimately shoved spine-first into a locker by The Big Show.
TMZ posted Daniel Puder's email address on TMZ.com and TMZ on TV along with his offer ... if you're being bullied, email Daniel and he'll come settle it. And wouldn't you know it -- the MMA star's… READ MORE >
Undefeated MMA badass Daniel Puder is laying the blueprints for a nationwide gay-bullying crackdown -- here's how it works: 1) send the dude an email, 2) dude flies to your school, 3) no more… READ MORE >