WWE 'Tough Enough' Season 4 Winner Daniel Puder Sworn In As Sheriff's Deputy In Arkansas

Daniel Puder is officially on duty.

Season 4 WWE 'Tough Enough' Winner Daniel Puder has moved on from the sports of professional wrestling and MMA as he is now embarking on a new journey as a Sheriff's deputy in the state of Arkansas. The news was reported by 'KARK.com' whom put together a video package which featured comments from Puder explaining why he decided to jump into the field of law enforcement. Puder said that law enforcement is powerful with building relationships and he loves seeing how officers can impact a community.

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“It’s a different experience for me. I’m blessed.” Puder continued, “It was awesome to see how they enforced the law, but also how they went out there and impact a community. Law enforcement is super powerful with building relationships with [a] community, protecting the owners of different businesses, speaking at Rotary, being a part of Chamber of commerce." He concluded.

Puder is mostly remembered for his memorable moment during an episode of SmackDown when he locked WWE Hall Of Famer Kurt Angle in a double-wrist lock and the referee who was in the ring had to count Puder down for a three count in order to prevent Angle having to tap out or Angle seriously being injured had Puder not released the hold. 

Puder had stints in Ring Of Honor, New Japan Pro Wrestling and has an 8-0 record in MMA but is now embarking on a journey as a Deputy in the state of Arkansas.

If the quote in this article is used, please credit 'KARK.com' with an H/T to Fightful for the transcription.

 

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