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Born Mariusz Pudzianowski
February 7, 1977 (1977-02-07) (age 34)
Biała Rawska, Poland
Other names Pudzian, Python, The Dominator, Super Mariusz, Pudzilla
Residence Poland
Nationality Polish
Height 1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)[1]
Weight 112 kg (246.9 lb; 17.6 st)
Division Heavyweight (265 lb)
Super Heavyweight (265+ lb)
Style Freestyle, Karate, Boxing, Wrestling
Fighting out of Poland
Team Pudzian Team
Mixed martial arts record
Total 5
Wins 3
By submission 2
By decision 1
Losses 2
By submission 2
Other information
Occupation Strongman, mixed martial artist
Website pudzian.pl (Polish)
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog
Competition record
Strongman
Competitor for  Poland
World's Strongest Man
4th 2000 World's Strongest Man
1st 2002 World's Strongest Man
1st 2003 World's Strongest Man
1st 2005 World's Strongest Man
2nd 2006 World's Strongest Man
1st 2007 World's Strongest Man
1st 2008 World's Strongest Man
2nd 2009 World's Strongest Man
Arnold Strongman Classic
4th 2003
4th 2004
6th 2006
Strongman Super Series
3rd 2002 Hawaii Grand Prix
1st 2003 Hawaii Grand Prix
1st 2003 Dutch Grand Prix
2nd 2003 Canada Grand Prix
2nd 2003 Finland Grand Prix
1st 2003/4 Overall Champion
1st 2004 Moscow Grand Prix
1st 2005 Venice Beach Grand Prix
1st 2005 Moscow Grand Prix
1st 2005 Poland Grand Prix
1st 2005 Mohegan Sun Grand Prix
1st 2005 Overall Champion
1st 2006 Moscow Grand Prix
1st 2006 Poland Grand Prix
1st 2006 Mohegan Sun Grand Prix
1st 2006 Overall Champion
1st 2007 Mohegan Sun Grand Prix
2nd 2007 Venice Beach Super Series
1st 2007 Viking Power Challenge
1st 2007 Overall Champion
2nd 2008 Mohegan Sun Grand Prix
Europe's Strongest Man
1st 2002
1st 2003
1st 2004
1st 2007
1st 2008
1st 2009
World's Strongest Team
3rd 2002 w/Jarek Dymek
1st 2003 w/Jarek Dymek
1st 2004 w/Jarek Dymek
1st 2005 w/Slawomir Toczek
Poland's Strongest Man
1st 1999
1st 2000
2nd 2002
1st 2003
1st 2006
1st 2007
1st 2008
2nd 2009
World Strongman Cup
1st 2006 Overall Champion
1st 2007 Overall Champion
World Muscle Power Championships
2nd 2003
World Strongman Challenge
3rd 2002
1st 2003

Mariusz Zbigniew Pudzianowski (Polish pronunciation: [ˈmarjuʂ pudʑaˈnɔfski]) (born on February 7, 1977 in Biała Rawska) is a Polish former strongman and current mixed martial artist. His nickname in Poland is "Pudzian" (Polish: [ˈpudʑan]).

During his career as a strongman, Pudzianowski has won five World's Strongest Man titles—more than any other athlete—as well as two runner-up titles (including his most recent performance in the 32nd edition). In 2009, Pudzianowski debuted as a mixed martial artist.

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[edit] Early years

Mariusz Pudzianowski was born in Biała Rawska, Poland. His father, Wojciech, was a weightlifter.[2] Pudzianowski quickly became interested in sports. Since the age of 11, he has been training the Kyokushin style of karate.[1] His current grade is 4th kyu green belt.[1] He began strength training at the age of thirteen.[1] When he was fifteen, Pudzianowski also started training boxing, quitting after seven years.[1][2]

Pudzianowski debuted in professional sports at the age of sixteen, taking part in Polish Weightlifting Championship, in the bench press event.[1]

[edit] Imprisonment

In 2000 and 2001, Pudzianowski spent 19 months in prison for assault.[1][2][3] In an interview, he said he wanted to stop a "local mafia boss",[2][3] from physically abusing a young man.[2][3] The man later accused Pudzianowski of assault and theft of a gold chain.[3]

Pudzianowski was incarcerated in prison in Łowicz.[1][2] Several years later he arranged a resocialization meeting for the prisoners at the same penal institution.[3]

In an interview in 2009 Mariusz said [4]:

"Wojciech Harpula (journalist): Why did you end up in jail?

Mariusz: Because of the "boss" from my birthplace Biała Rawska. He is a rich, influential chap. I couldn't just stand and watch as he physically abused a young boy. He hit the boy until he fell down, and then he kicked him and stood with his shoe on his face. It was that scene with the shoe that made me lose it. It is difficult to upset me, but when I am angry then you have to beware.

WH: And what did you do?

Mariusz: I went into action. This guy was about as tall as me and of similar size and he was an ex boxer. Back then in 2000 I didn't look as I am looking today and I wasn't a Strongman World Champion, but I showed him what it means to get. I defended the weaker, because that's what I've been taught at home. And the big boss went to the police as a "crying baby" [in the original: as a "baba" - "a woman"]. His mates advised him how to frame me.

WH: Frame?

Mariusz: He accused me not only of assault, but also of stealing of a gold chain. This is ludicrous, I have never even seen any gold chain. The court freed me from the charge of theft, but not the assault. I got first 3.5 years in jail, and after the appeal 2.5 years. I was released earlier for good behaviour. I have never been a thug, I did not make trouble. Unfortunately, the law is, as it is. Somebody could caught you on the street and beat you up. You do somebody justice, and because you are stronger, then the other party will be considered as more of a victim than you. And then you will be put in jail.

WH: You can always do not do somebody justice.

Mariusz: Oh no. I do not turn the other cheek. I do somebody justice."

Mariusz said that many famous gangsters proposed him a job. He was supposed to extort protection money:

""Someone who has never done time cannot understand this world. You cannot do anything yourself. Even big muscles would not help. There are two main groups among all prisoners: those who inform against others and those who live according to their own rules. I lived according to the rules, but would never come back there again. I went to the prison because I tried to help a young boy who was punched by the other guy. He was defenceless so I decide to help him. As a result, I was accused and sentenced" – said famous strongman." "“You can earn very easy money, you will be rich very soon” – said important people from the “underground”. “I did not agree, and I do not regret this decision”."[5][6]

[edit] Strongman career

Pudzianowski during a strongman competition in 2009.

On May 1, 1999 Pudzianowski entered his first Strongman competition, held in Płock, Poland.[1] He achieved his first major success at the international level in 2000 when he finished fourth in his first World's Strongest Man (WSM) competition.

Pudzianowski could not participate in some of 2000 and all of 2001 events because of his imprisonment (see above).

He returned to win the WSM contest in 2002, and retained his title in 2003 by the largest margin ever achieved in the competition. In March 2004, he also became the Strongman Super Series World Champion.

He initially finished third in the 2004 WSM contest but was later disqualified for breaching the governing body's Strongman Health Policy.[7] He was forced to return his prize money, stripped of the International Federation of Strength Athletes points from the event, and received a one-year ban from competition. Pudzianowski did not dispute his banned substance violation and waived his right to have his stool sample verified.[citation needed] He then returned to win the title for a third time in 2005.

In the 2006 World's Strongest Man contest, he came second to Phil Pfister.

Pudzianowski regained his title in 2007, winning with one event to spare (which he had also done in 2003 and 2005). At that time he was one of the three four-time winners (the other two being Jón Páll Sigmarsson and Magnús Ver Magnússon).

In the WSM 2007 competition, Pudzianowski said that his target was to become the only person to win the event five times, which he did by winning the 2008 WSM competition in the very last event, ahead of Derek Poundstone. He succeeded despite a serious calf injury, which he suffered in the Polish Strongman Championship Cup of 2008 and further exacerbated during the WSM qualifying rounds, seriously threatening his chance of even reaching the final.

He competed in the 2009 World's Strongest Man competition, which took place in Malta, placing second after Žydrūnas Savickas. In an interview, Pudzianowski said he will not continue participating in strongman events, because of his career in Mixed Martial Arts, which requires a totally different training to strongman.[8]

[edit] Achievements as a strongman

Professional Competitive Record – [1st (42), 2nd (7), 3rd (4) – Out of Total(59)]
Performance Metric – .964 [Polish – .995 International – .953]

Professional 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th INJ DNQ Total
Polish 15 1 16
International 27 6 4 2 2 1 1 43
Combined 42 7 4 2 2 1 1 59
Completed contests
Competition↓ Location↓ Outcome↓ Date↓
Malta World's Strongest Man Valetta, Malta 2nd place 2009-03-10
United States World's Strongest Man Charleston, West Virginia, USA Winner 9/6-14/2008
Belarus World Strongman Federation Grand Prix Silichy, Belarus Winner 2008-03-08
Poland Poland Cup Poland Winner 2008-02-08
Russia World Strongman Federation Grand Prix (Globe's Strongest Man) Russia Winner 2008
Poland Poland vs. The World Poland Winner 2008
United States Mohegan Sun Super Series Grand Prix Uncasville, Connecticut, USA 2nd place 2008-01-19
United States World's Strongest Man Anaheim, California, USA Winner 2007
Norway Svend Karlsens Viking Power Super Series Grand Prix Norway Winner 2007
United States Venice Beach Super Series Grand Prix Venice Beach, California, USA 2nd place 2007
United States Mohegan Sun Super Series Grand Prix Uncasville, Connecticut, USA Winner 2007
Poland European Championship Poland Winner 2007
England World Strongman Cup Grand Prix England Winner 2007
Latvia World Strongman Cup Grand Prix Latvia Winner 2007
People's Republic of China World's Strongest Man Sanya, China 2nd place 2006
Poland Poland Super Series Grand Prix Poland Winner 2006
Russia Moscow Super Series Grand Prix Moscow, Russia Winner 2006
United States Mohegan Sun Super Series Grand Prix Uncasville, Connecticut, USA Winner 2006
Russia World Strongman Cup Grand Prix Russia Winner 2006
Poland World Strongman Cup Grand Prix Poland Winner 2006
Latvia World Strongman Cup Grand Prix Latvia Winner 2006
Belarus World Strongman Cup Grand Prix Belarus Winner 2006
United States Arnold's Strongest Man Columbus, Ohio, USA 6th place 2005
People's Republic of China World's Strongest Man Chengdu, China Winner 2005
Poland Poland vs. The World Poland Winner 2005
United States Mohegan Sun Super Series Grand Prix Uncasville, Connecticut, USA Winner 2005
Sweden Sweden Super Series Grand Prix Sweden Winner 2005
Poland Poland Super Series Grand Prix Poland Winner 2005
United States Venice Beach Super Series Grand Prix Venice Beach, California, USA Winner 2005
Austria World Strongman Cup Grand Prix Austria Winner 2005
United States Arnold's Strongest Man Columbus, Ohio, USA 4th place 2004
The Bahamas World's Strongest Man Nassau, Paradise Island, The Bahamas Disqualified (originally 3rd place) 2004
Poland European Championship Jelenia Gora, Poland Winner 2004
Poland World Team Championship Plock, Poland Winner 2004
Russia Moscow Super Series Grand Prix Moscow, Russia Winner 2004
Poland Polish Cup Poland Winner 2004
Zambia World's Strongest Man Victoria Falls, Zambia Winner 2003
Poland European Championship Sandomierz, Poland Winner 2003
Hungary World Team Championship Hungary Winner 2003
Finland Ylitornio Challenge Finland Winner 2003
Poland World Record Breakers Gdynia, Poland Winner 2003
Poland Polish Cup Poland Winner 2003
United States Arnold's Strongest Man Columbus, Ohio, USA 5th place 2003
Finland Finland Super Series Grand Prix Finland 2nd place 2003
Canada Canada Super Series Grand Prix Canada 2nd place 2003
Netherlands Holland Super Series Grand Prix Holland Winner 2003
United States Hawaii Super Series Grand Prix Hawaii, USA Winner 2003
Malaysia World's Strongest Man Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Winner 2002
United States Hawaii Super Series Grand Prix Hawaii, USA 3rd place 2002
Sweden Sweden Super Series Grand Prix Sweden 5th place 2002
Poland European Championship Gdynia, Poland Winner 2002
Poland Polish Cup Poland 2nd place 2002
Hungary World Team Championship Hungary 3rd place 2002
Republic of Ireland World's Giants Ireland Winner 2002
South Africa World's Strongest Man Sun City, South Africa 4th place 2000
Finland Helsinki Grand Prix Finland 10th place 2000
Hungary World Team Championship Hungary 2nd place 2000
Poland World Cup Grand Prix Poland Winner 2000
People's Republic of China World Team Championship China 3rd place 1999
Poland Polish Cup Poland Winner 1999


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