Undefeated MMA fighter and former WWE Tough Enough winner Daniel Puder is “Fighting For Our Future” as he steps back into the ring to compete in a professional wrestling event 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 14 in Miami.
As Puder prepares to return to the ring through My Life My Power Entertainment, he reveals a different purpose this time around, and it is to benefit the youth of South Florida.
The event -- at Miami Jackson Senior High School, 1751 NW 36th St., 33142 -- is family friendly and provides attendees with an up-close-and-personal experience with pro wrestlers. Fans attending are not only treated to high-flying maneuvers and bodyslams from nationally known wrestling stars, but fans can shake their hands and get a photo and autograph at the pre-show red carpet.
These world class athletes, who have competed in football stadiums and on pay-per-view, also love the intimate atmosphere/setting of what My Life My Power Entertainment provides through their events.
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Puder has partnered with United Teachers of Dade, The Florida Education Association, PTA/PTSA with Miami-Dade County Council, and South Florida’s Ronin Pro Wrestling.
The highlight of the event will be a challenge from UTD President Fed Ingram, LtCol USMC Major Mark and Puder. They will face anyone in the ring who is up for the challenge.
Purcahse tickets online before Oct. 31 to receive 10-percent off. Discount code: MLMP001.
There is a fundraising platform for the event where anyone can help sell tickets and 80-percent of the proceeds from those ticket sales go into My Life My Power Programming. Thanks to a gracious match sponsor, all funds raised will be doubled. To learn more about this fundraising opportunity and receive a coupon code, visit:
For information, visit:
- Pro Wrestling On the Web
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