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WWE Tough Enough is a reality television show that pits 13 contestants who are all competing to earn a contract to be the next new WWE professional wrestling superstar. Much like other talent show set ups the contestants face different challenges from week to week and are eliminated by a panel of judges that include WWE Superstars such as Al Snow, Jacqueline and Tazz. The competitors are also visited weekly by other WWE stars who are sent to mentor them and give them some in-ring training.

Mondays at 08:00 pm on USA
6 Seasons, 69 Episodes - Canceled
June 21, 2001
Reality
6.4/10
WWE Tough Enough
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WWE Tough Enough Full Episode Guide

  • The viewers get the chance to vote for the ultimate WWE superstar and Diva.

  • Friendships are on the line as only a few remain. Who can prove they have the discipline to make it to the end?

  • The six remaining competitors learn there's strength in numbers.

  • A challenge gives one competitor a story worth sharing.

  • The competitors must focus or it's a long way down to the bottom 3.

  • After combating some difficult competitors, the participants are left feeling humbled.

  • After becoming the butt of a joke, the competitors need to talk their way out of things.

  • The competitors find out about having quality character.

  • The contestants are put to the test as they find themselves in some troubled waters.

  • In the sixth season premiere, Chris Jericho hosts as a new group of WWE hopefuls are introduced and compete to become the next Superstar and Diva. Judges include Hulk Hogan, Daniel Bryan and Paige.

  • Guest star John Morrison helps the contestants with focus. Injuries, motivation and determination begin to play a big part in the contest. Who gets cut?

  • Guest starring Rey Mysterio and John Salley.

  • Guest starring Hall of Famer - Bret "Hitman" Hart.

  • Guest starring The Big Show.

  • Guest starring John Cena.

  • The beginning of the first new season in years, we meet the contestants and trainers, and someone goes home.

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