WWE's reality show 'Tough Enough' to find the next superstar

MUMBAI: This is an initiative that gives wannabe wrestlers a chance to fulfill their dreams. World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) has announced that it will bring back Tough Enough in the US.

Last time around the reality show aired on MTV in the US on Thursday nights. This time it will form a part of WWE SmackDown!. The winner gets a talent contract worth up to $1 million.

In India, viewers can catch WWE action on Ten Sports. As far as Tough Enough is concerned, interested parties should send a VHS containing one minute of material to the WWE headquarters in Connecticut to demonstrate why they should be considered.

After selecting eight finalists, the official competition will be held weekly on WWE SmackDown! from October. The contestants will train with Tough Enough trainer Al Snow, and then appear on WWE SmackDown! to undertake specific tasks to show why they are worthy to be the Tough Enough champion. Each week, a contestant will be eliminated based on fan voting. The finale on 16 December sees the winner being declared.

WWE chairman Vince McMahon added, "We are looking for someone to be the next The Rock or Triple H. That person should have a great look, physical strength and charisma. Each week, these eight contestants will have to impress me and the millions of fans to prove that they are truly Tough Enough to be part of an elite group of WWE Superstars. In the end, only one of these contestants will be able to make that claim."

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