Back in the early 2000s, the WWE decided to get in on the reality TV fad early with the idea of a series called WWE (then F) Tough Enough. The should would bring a number of potential superstars on board as trainers, usually the current WWE wrestlers, would then test these rookies to see if they had what it takes to cut it in the WWE.
The show originally ran from 2001-2004 before being brought back in 2011 for a fifth season.
Now, it appears as though the show is coming back to the WWE Network. During the company’s earning results conference call on Thursday, George Barrios, WWE’s Chief Strategy & Financial Officer, revealed Tough Enough will be making it’s return via the newly launched network.It wasn’t clarified as to whether the company is bringing back the show with a new season, or if it will simply be reruns of past seasons. However, he did mention the show as new original content alongside Legends House.
No other details, such as filming dates and casting announcements, were given about the shows potential return.
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