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Former WWE Wrestler Becomes A Police Officer

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• OLD SCHOOL VIDEO HISTORY (February 1, 1985) – Mid-South Wrestling

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on February 1, 1985, Bill Watts’ Mid-South Wrestling aired an episode of their weekly TV Show.

The show featured pre-taped matches, interviews & storyline segments featuring several Mid-South Wrestling Superstars.

Here’s the card:

– Jake Roberts Interview

– Butch Reed (Body Work) Video (cameos by Mikah & Erik Watts)

– Ted DiBiase Interview & Video (Bad Reputation)

– Dirty White Boys (Self Titled) Video

– Tag Team Champions Rock ‘n’ Roll Express vs. Golden Terror & Terry Ellis

– DiBiase/Duggan confrontation

– Jim Duggan & Terry Taylor vs. Ted DiBiase & Steve Williams

– Hercules Hernandez vs. Richard Dye

– Kamala vs. Iceman Parsons (Hercules is dressed as Kamala’s handler “Friday”)

– Hector Guerrero & Chavo Guerrero vs. Tim Horner & Jason Walker

– Jake Roberts vs. Shawn Michaels

• Former WWE Wrestler Becomes A Police Officer

WWE Tough Enough 2004 winner Daniel Puder is now a police officer. Puder was sworn in as a part-time deputy officer for the St. Francis County police force.

Puder won’t be paid anything for this job as he will collaborate with his My Life My Power non-profit organization, whose goal is prevent children from being bullied and help families in need.

Below is what Puder said during an interview with Memphis’ WREG:

“Law enforcement is super powerful with building relationships, protecting the community, owners of different businesses, speaking at rotary, being a part of the chamber of commerce.”

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