History Wrestling / WWEToughEnough

24th Jun '16 9:56:43 AM PF
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** Season 4 saw a challenge in which Wrestling/TheBigShow ripped into the contestants for being handed an opportunity without paying their dues. Many though ill of the fact that this came from the man who's very first wrestling match saw him defeat ''Hulk Hogan'', in the main event a pay-per-view (''WCW Halloween Havoc 1995''), to win the WCW World Heavyweight Championship.[[note]]Hogan had defeated The Big Show, then known as The Giant, in a Sumo Monster Truck match prior to the main event. In the main event itself, The Giant won by disqualification. However, a pre-match stipulation meant that the title changed hands.[[/note]]

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** Season 4 saw a challenge in which Wrestling/TheBigShow ripped into the contestants for being handed an opportunity without paying their dues. Many though ill of the fact that this came from the man who's very first wrestling match saw him defeat ''Hulk Hogan'', ''Wrestling/HulkHogan'', in the main event a pay-per-view (''WCW Halloween Havoc 1995''), to win the WCW World Heavyweight Championship.[[note]]Hogan had defeated The Big Show, then known as The Giant, in a Sumo Monster Truck match prior to the main event. In the main event itself, The Giant won by disqualification. However, a pre-match stipulation meant that the title changed hands.[[/note]]



** Wrestling/HulkHogan was fired by WWE after his racist remarks became public. As a result, he was removed as one of the judges of Season 6. Going one step further, Hogan's appearance on the show, as well as his removal, was not mentioned or referenced at all.

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** Wrestling/HulkHogan Hulk Hogan was fired by WWE after his racist remarks became public. As a result, he was removed as one of the judges of Season 6. Going one step further, Hogan's appearance on the show, as well as his removal, was not mentioned or referenced at all.
24th Jun '16 9:53:53 AM PF
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** Season 4 saw a challenge in which Wrestling/TheBigShow ripped into the contestants for being handed an opportunity without paying their dues. Many though ill of the fact that this came from the man who's very first wrestling match saw him defeat ''Hulk Hogan'', in the main event a pay-per-view (''WCW Halloween Havoc 1995''), to win the WCW World Heavyweight Championship.[[note]]He won by disqualification, but a pre-match stipulation meant that the title could still change hands.[[/note]]

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** Season 4 saw a challenge in which Wrestling/TheBigShow ripped into the contestants for being handed an opportunity without paying their dues. Many though ill of the fact that this came from the man who's very first wrestling match saw him defeat ''Hulk Hogan'', in the main event a pay-per-view (''WCW Halloween Havoc 1995''), to win the WCW World Heavyweight Championship.[[note]]He [[note]]Hogan had defeated The Big Show, then known as The Giant, in a Sumo Monster Truck match prior to the main event. In the main event itself, The Giant won by disqualification, but disqualification. However, a pre-match stipulation meant that the title could still change changed hands.[[/note]]
19th Jun '16 6:23:22 AM PF
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* FourGirlEnsemble: Five girls in Season 5: brunette white (Michelle), blonde hispanic (Ivelisse), black (Ariane and Christina) and Middle Eastern (Rima).

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* FourGirlEnsemble: Five girls in Season 5: brunette white (Michelle), blonde hispanic Hispanic (Ivelisse), black (Ariane and Christina) and Middle Eastern (Rima).



** Season 4 saw a challenge in which Big Show ripped into the contestants for being handed an opportunity without paying their dues. Many though ill of the fact that this came from the man who's very first match saw him defeat ''Hulk Hogan'', in the main event a pay-per-view (''WCW Halloween Havoc 1995''), to win the WCW World Heavyweight Championship.[[note]]He won by disqualification, but a pre-match stipulation meant that the title could still change hands.[[/note]]

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** Season 4 saw a challenge in which Big Show Wrestling/TheBigShow ripped into the contestants for being handed an opportunity without paying their dues. Many though ill of the fact that this came from the man who's very first wrestling match saw him defeat ''Hulk Hogan'', in the main event a pay-per-view (''WCW Halloween Havoc 1995''), to win the WCW World Heavyweight Championship.[[note]]He won by disqualification, but a pre-match stipulation meant that the title could still change hands.[[/note]]
18th Jun '16 9:29:15 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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* SlutShaming: Amanda tried to do this to Sara Lee, claiming she was "playing ring rat".[[note]]"Ring rat" is an industry term for a groupie who likes to sleep with the wrestlers.[[/note]] Wrestling/MickFoley slammed her for it.

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* SlutShaming: Amanda tried to do this to Sara Lee, claiming she was "playing ring rat".[[note]]"Ring rat" is an industry term for a groupie who likes to sleep with the wrestlers.[[/note]] Wrestling/MickFoley slammed her for it.[[note]]Although he later released [[https://www.facebook.com/RealMickFoley/posts/1238493299514139:0 a retraction and public apology]] when he found out it was just {{Kayfabe}}.[[/note]]
18th May '16 12:43:42 PM JamesAustin
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** Season 4 saw a challenge in which Big Show ripped into the contestants for being handed an opportunity without paying their dues. Many though ill of the fact that this came from the man who's very first match saw him defeat ''Hulk Hogan'', in the main event a pay-per-view (''WCW Halloween Havoc 1995''), for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship.[[note]]He won by disqualification, but a pre-match stipulation meant that the title could still change hands.[[/note]]

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** Season 4 saw a challenge in which Big Show ripped into the contestants for being handed an opportunity without paying their dues. Many though ill of the fact that this came from the man who's very first match saw him defeat ''Hulk Hogan'', in the main event a pay-per-view (''WCW Halloween Havoc 1995''), for to win the WCW World Heavyweight Championship.[[note]]He won by disqualification, but a pre-match stipulation meant that the title could still change hands.[[/note]]
18th May '16 12:39:57 PM JamesAustin
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** Season 4 saw a challenge in which Big Show ripped into the contestants for being handed an opportunity without paying their dues. Many though ill of the fact that this came from the man who's very first match saw him defeat ''Hulk Hogan'', in the main event a pay-per-view (''WCW Halloween Havoc 1995''), for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship.[[note]]He won by disqualification, but a pre-match stipulation meant that the title could still change hands.[[/note]]
8th May '16 5:55:26 AM PF
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* [[Wrestling/{{Cameron}} Ariane Andrew]] - ''[=TE5=]'' competitor (of "Melina vs. Alicia Fox" infamy; signed to FCW shortly after elimination, repackaged as Cameron Lynn; was a Wrestling/BrodusClay dancer and remains employed after Clay was released; employed 2011-2016).

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* [[Wrestling/{{Cameron}} Ariane Andrew]] - ''[=TE5=]'' competitor (of "Melina vs. Alicia Fox" infamy; signed to FCW shortly after elimination, repackaged as Cameron Lynn; was a Wrestling/BrodusClay dancer and remains remained employed after Clay was released; employed 2011-2016).
7th May '16 9:36:14 AM PF
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* [[Wrestling/{{Cameron}} Ariane Andrew]] - ''[=TE5=]'' competitor (of "Melina vs. Alicia Fox" infamy; signed to FCW shortly after elimination, repackaged as Cameron Lynn; was a Wrestling/BrodusClay dancer and remains employed after Clay was released; employed 2011-present).

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* [[Wrestling/{{Cameron}} Ariane Andrew]] - ''[=TE5=]'' competitor (of "Melina vs. Alicia Fox" infamy; signed to FCW shortly after elimination, repackaged as Cameron Lynn; was a Wrestling/BrodusClay dancer and remains employed after Clay was released; employed 2011-present).2011-2016).



** Taken to the extreme with with Season 5 where the first contestant eliminated was the first to debut on WWE TV in an active role. Ariane is currently working under the name "Cameron".

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** Taken to the extreme with with Season 5 where the first contestant eliminated was the first to debut on WWE TV in an active role. Ariane is currently working worked under the name "Cameron"."Cameron" until 2016.
22nd Apr '16 5:18:26 AM PF
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* {{Retool}}: The ''$1,000,000 Tough Enough'' (Season 4) pretty much stands out as the most dramatic change to the format. The 2012 revival pretty much restored the show back to the original format but refined the elimination contest with a weekly "bottom three", though its 2015 revival reinserted Season 4's weekly fan voting. Season 6 also introduced a panel of judges in addition to the trainers who could choose to save someone from elimination if they wanted.

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* {{Retool}}: The ''$1,000,000 Tough Enough'' (Season 4) pretty much stands out as the most dramatic change to the format. The 2012 2011 revival pretty much restored the show back to the original format but refined the elimination contest with a weekly "bottom three", though its 2015 revival reinserted Season 4's weekly fan voting. Season 6 also introduced a panel of judges in addition to the trainers who could choose to save someone from elimination if they wanted.



** The most notable example is The Miz, who between the fourth and fifth seasons, managed to become the only ''Tough Enough'' alum to become WWE Champion. For even more added hilarity, Miz was the one chosen to replace Hulk Hogan as a judge in Season 6, bringing everything full circle.

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** The most notable example is The Miz, who between the fourth and fifth seasons, managed to become the only ''Tough Enough'' alum to become WWE Champion. For even more added hilarity, The Miz was the one chosen to replace Hulk Hogan as a judge in Season 6, bringing everything full circle.



* SenseiForScoundrels: Stone Cold.

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* SenseiForScoundrels: Stone Cold.Cold in Season 5.
16th Apr '16 12:27:38 PM PF
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* HiddenDepths: Most notable was Michelle who eventually quit the show to spend time raising her daughter. Also before the show, Ariane worked as a behavior therapist for autistic children.

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* HiddenDepths: Most notable was HiddenDepths:
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* SlutShaming: Amanda tried to do this to Sara Lee, claiming she was "playing ring rat"[[note]]"Ring rat" is an industry slang term for a groupie who likes to sleep with the wrestlers[[/note]]. Wrestling/MickFoley slammed her for it.

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* SlutShaming: Amanda tried to do this to Sara Lee, claiming she was "playing ring rat"[[note]]"Ring rat".[[note]]"Ring rat" is an industry slang term for a groupie who likes to sleep with the wrestlers[[/note]]. wrestlers.[[/note]] Wrestling/MickFoley slammed her for it.



* TheSmurfettePrinciple: Not initially in the first season - as there was an almost equal number of males to females, with two female trainers as well. But most notable in the fifth season, which had five females in comparison to seven males - likewise with only one female trainer. Season 6 once again had an equal split of male-female contestants - but only one female trainer and one female judge.
* SpearCounterpart: Season 4 featured entirely male contestants and consisted of weekly skits on Smackdown. This made it a male version of the Diva Search, which took place on Raw - featuring a series of women hoping to earn a WWE contract.

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* TheSmurfettePrinciple: Not initially in the first season - as there was an almost equal number of males to females, with two female trainers as well. But most notable in the fifth season, which had By Season 5, however, there were five females in comparison to seven males - likewise with males. Likewise, there was only one female trainer. Season 6 once again had an equal split of male-female contestants - but contestants. However, there was only one female trainer and one female judge.
* SpearCounterpart: Season 4 featured entirely male contestants and consisted of weekly skits on Smackdown. ''[=SmackDown=]''. This made it a male version of the Diva Search, which took place on Raw ''Raw'' - featuring a series of women hoping to earn a WWE contract.



** Similarly, Alexander argument with Patrick in Season 6 that knowing WWE history was not important and that "you donít have to know anything about this sport" didn't exactly do him any favors with judges Daniel Bryan and Hulk Hogan nor the public who voted him out.

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** Similarly, Alexander Alexander's argument with Patrick in Season 6 that knowing WWE history was not important and that "you donít have to know anything about this sport" didn't exactly do him any favors with judges Daniel Bryan and Hulk Hogan nor the public who voted him out.
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