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Daniel Puder Released By WWE
A bit late in the reporting perhaps (hey, I just got back from a 2-week vacation here), it seems that former Tough Enough winner Daniel Puder has been released by WWE.

Puder was last used as the #3 entrant in the Royal Rumble match, but hadn't been used after that. A release was probably to be expected, and finally happened.

News courtesy of PWInsider.Com:

"WWE.com posted an announcement that Million Dollar Tough Enough winner Daniel Puder has been released from World Wrestling Entertainment. The website noted that Puder's victory in the Tough Enough contest earned him a one-year guaranteed contract with a three year option. Although WWE.com noted that Puder's first year has expired, it actually expires this December. It is believed Puder will be getting a buyout for the remainder of his contract in exchange for an immediate release.

As reported earlier by PWInsider.com, Puder was informed last Monday in Nashville, TN and given the option to sign a developmental deal, relocate to Atlanta, and work out of the Deep South territory. It is believed that Puder turned down that option and is looking towards doing MMA in the future.

Puder, who made a name for himself during the Tough Enough competition locking Kurt Angle in a keylock during a legitimate shoot, was the obvious winner of the contest. He only made two PPV appearances for WWE, a victory over Tough Enough finalist Mike Mizanin (now under a WWE developmental deal) in a Boxing exhibition and an appearance at the 2005 Royal Rumble. In the Rumble appearance, Puder was beaten stiffly by Bob Holly, Eddie Guerrero, and Chris Benoit, before being eliminated.

Puder spent the remainder of his tenure training at Ohio Valley Wrestling's school in Louisville, Kentucky. He was never used on OVW TV during Jim Cornette's tenure, but had become a regular in the storylines in recent weeks under Paul Heyman. Puder is scheduled to face Johnny Jeter at this week's Ohio Valley Wrestling TV taping, which looks to be his final appearance for the company."

2005-Sep-18 12:14 am by Mr Taco

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