It would appear that the USA Network has renewed WWE Tough Enough for a second season on their network. The reality television show which awards the winner a WWE contract will be coming back with new kids, a new season, and hopefully Stone Cold Steve Austin.
Nothing official has been released although it appears that preparations for a new season are already underway. Tough Enough 2011 coach Bill DeMott sent out a tweet on Monday which confirms that indeed, Tough Enough is coming back. DeMott casually tweeted on Monday morning.
Get your head out of your A** and watch @wwetoughenough…than sign up for season 2 and experience the Whole Damn Thing!
Now I poked around the Tough Enough website and Tough Enough’s social media accounts on ..click here to read more
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If I could see these kinds of Stone Cold Steve Austin promos on RAW every week I’d never tune out. Steve Austin delivered one of the greatest promos in years and Melina continues to get no respect from her WWE peers. Welcome back Tough Enough!
The first episode of WWE Tough Enough in over six years aired Monday on the USA Network. The show is back with a new format. While the show is still about contestants competing to win a WWE contract, in my eyes this show was all about one person and that was Stone Cold Steve Austin.
I give the first episode of Tough Enough a huge thumbs up and that is all a result of Steve Austin. If you missed the Attitude Era of the WWE or are new ..click here to read more
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The Hulkster made a fun cameo on American Idol Thursday night. WWE Hall of Fame wrestler Hulk Hogan appeared live on Idol to let contestant James Durbin know he was safe. Even better, for what had to be the first time in over 25 years Hogan came out to Eye of the Tiger.
No matter how you feel about Hogan the TNA Wrestling booker, it is still pretty awesome to see the Hulkster doing his thing. I also think that at 57 years old and after several intense back operations Hogan still looks pretty darn good.
I don’t watch American Idol so I don’t know anything about the contestants but I thought it was really cool to see them all marking out at the Hulkster. Quite frankly it brought me back to ..click here to read more
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Who said one bad idea in pro wrestling doesn’t deserve another? Seeing the ratings bomb Jersey Shore stars have been on TNA Impact, WWE will go down the same road. Jersey Shore’s Snooki will roll into WWE RAW next Monday to start some kind of an angle which will make her a part of WrestleMania 27.
Can someone please send pro wrestling writers and management a memo that reads, “Wrestling fans hate Jersey Shore!” If you don’t believe me just take a look at how well TNA Impact has done with Jersey Shore stars. Ratings have been abysmal for TNA Impact whenever Jersey Shore stars are featured, yet the WWE is somehow convinced that they can do better.
Jersey Shore castoff Angelina Pivarnick has turned into a full-fledged pro wrestler ..click here to read more
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If you had your money on Chris Jericho chasing the Mirror Ball Trophy and not the WWE World Heavyweight Championship as his next piece of gold, first off, you’re lying, and secondly, head to the nearest lottery branch and get some scratch-offs while luck is in the air.
That’s because news is everywhere today that Chris Jericho was announced as one of the twelve contestants on the upcoming season of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars“.
It was just last week when nationally syndicated radio show host and ‘That Metal Show’ host Eddie Trunk hinted that Chris Jericho had some pretty big plans in the works. Trunk and Jericho are very good friends, so when Trunk says something about Jericho, it can pretty much be taken to the bank.
“Congrats ..click here to read more
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As if you needed another reason not to watch TNA Impact, TNA Wrestling have signed two new stars. Jersey Shore castoff Angelina Pivarnick and New York Jets linebacker Bart Scott will be appearing on upcoming TNA shows. Angelina will wrestle while Scott will just make a cameo.
I went back and forth on this lazy Thursday as to whether I wanted to blog about Angelina signing with TNA Wrestling. I woke up to a report from TMZ that Angelina has signed to wrestle in TNA. Angelina is a pro wrestling fan and given TNA’s desperate attempts at any publicity even at the expense of their declining ratings, the deal is no shock. The crack TNA creative department are already at work leaking word that Angelina will challenge Jersey Shore’s ..click here to read more
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The most popular WWE superstar of the last two decades is coming back. Stone Cold Steve Austin will be returning to WWE television as host of the Tough Enough. Austin’s return is great news for WWE fans and signifies a big commitment from the WWE and USA Network to the reality television show.
This is huge news for pro wrestling fans as the return of Steve Austin adds a much needed boost of excitement back to World Wrestling Entertainment programming. While Austin is only scheduled to be a part of Tough Enough, I would imagine a couple of appearances on WWE RAW to promote the television show are a given.
Before anyone gets too excited it is still unclear exactly what Austin’s role as host on the ..click here to read more
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As you may have read Monday, the boss-man here, Eric Gargiulo, wrote a piece about how The Miz may end up as the worst WWE Champion of all-time. While he dislikes Miz, he was arguing from a position not as a hater, but as someone who thinks Miz wasn’t built up well enough. Okay, it’s easy to call the WWE out on half-assedly building up a new star.
I do it all the time, sometimes here but most of the time on my other blog. However, I don’t this is one of those cases. I propose that The Miz is the perfect guy to hold the title right now, and that the WWE has actually done a bang-up job of preparing him for this moment. Forget the fact that I may be the foremost Miz mark on the Internet, because I’m about to drop some truth that ..click here to read more
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Whether you like him or hate him, you have to give the guy credit. The Miz is a living, breathing example of someone who never gives up on his dream and climbs to the top of his profession to reach his goal. He has climbed from the bottom of the ladder in the WWE all the way to the top of the WWE by being crowned the WWE Champion this past Monday Night Raw. No one ever thought, I included, that The Miz would have ever been crowned the WWE Champion.
The Miz started his WWE journey as a MTV Reality TV Star competing on WWE’s last edition of Tough Enough on ..click here to read more
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One thing that World Wrestling Entertainment does well is make new stars. On the Monday November 22, 2010 edition of Monday Night Raw, live from Orlando, FL, WWE took a gamble with putting its main title (WWE Championship) on one of the company’s biggest heels, and some could arguably say, one of the most annoying heels in the business today, The Miz Mike Mizanin.
Mizanin began his career on MTV’s The Real World in 2001. Mizanin entered the fourth season Tough Enough, and then signed a developmental deal with Deep South Wrestling and was given a title run in that promotion. In 2006, Mizanin signed a WWE contract took part in the Diva Search then debuted on SmackDown in 2007 and was later “drafted” ..click here to read more
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Last night on WWE Raw, if you’re a fan of John Cena or Randy Orton, there’s a pretty good chance you’re feeling MIZ-ERABLE today. In a shocking title change during the closing minutes of Raw, The Miz defeated Randy Orton to capture his first WWE Championship. There are many saying “The Era of Awesomeness” has begun. I disagree. The Era of Awesomeness has been well underway for a while now.
Let’s be honest. Who thought the kid from “The Real World” would go on to become WWE Champion? Not many of us. Even after entering the fourth season of “Tough Enough”, the skepticism remained. Yet if you go back & look at Miz’s career before being called up ..click here to read more
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It’s all fun and games until a 7’1” 420 lb. WWE superstar crashes through your wall. The Great Khali entered the Bigg Boss house this week and caused quite a stir. The pro wrestling star crashed into the living room of India’s reality TV show almost scaring the cast to death.
The clip of the Great Khali entering Bigg Boss Season 4 is priceless. The house is comprised of actors, celebrities, accused criminals, and others. Khali will be competing with the others in competition, although the producers have made special arrangements for him. Among the amenities will be a special bed. Khali replaces Sakshi Pradhan on the show.
There are conflicting reports as to how long Khali will stay. Most reports seem to indicate that the Great Khali is a temporary guest for only about a week ..click here to read more
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