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NewsEx-WWE Superstar Pulls For The Return Of Tough Enough

Ex-WWE Superstar Pulls For The Return Of Tough Enough



WWE Tough Enough could return for a seventh season if former WWE Superstar and trainer Bill DeMott gets his way.

WWE Tough Enough, the reality show that seeks to find WWE’s next big Superstar, began in 2001 and had its sixth and most recent season in 2015.

The show introduced fans to the likes of The Miz, John Morrison, and Undisputed WWE NXT 2.0 Women’s Champion Mandy Rose.

On Twitter, DeMott shared an image from the 2011 series, and addressed the show being brought back.

This got a response from current WWE official Adam Pearce, who is on board with the idea.

If Tough Enough is brought back, it’s unlikely to feature DeMott, who resigned from WWE in 2015 amid abuse allegations.

DeMott was accused of using racist and homophobic slurs, condoning sexual harassment, physical assault and performing dangerous drills.

DeMott denied all accusations but stepped away from WWE to “avoid any embarrassment or damage” to the company.

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