Post by DrGreenEvil on Aug 24, 2010 22:16:05 GMT -5
Is it just me...
Or does it seem that if the WWE asks a diva to shave their head... Its basically saying that you will be gone in a few months? They released Serena a few days ago. And it seemed like they released Molly Holly not that long after she shaved her head. (She was one of my favorite female wrestlers to. Liked her ever since she debuted in WCW. Wish I had picked up the action figure.)
^ they screwed up with Sareena Deeb anyway. she's a great wrestler and was wasted being used as a valet/enforcer. WWE hates women's wrestling and will never give change that. why do you think the Divas that are released that are actually good wrestlers are happier competing elsewhere. the money is good in WWE but they are basically selling themselves and not wrestling. its a shame because WWE still has women that can wrestle and they are being wasted as well. but i'm starting to rant, a rant i've gone on before about this topic, so let me stop.
oh and its funny you brought up that Molly Holly action figure. you should have said something here as i had it up until last week when i sold it on ebay.
January 3, 2011, 12:26 am ‘Tough Enough’ Wrestling to Return on USA By BRIAN STELTER Wrestling is taking over another hour of cable television. World Wrestling Entertainment will announce Monday that it is resurrecting “WWE Tough Enough,” a competition to cast a new member of the organization’s roster. The program was retired by MTV in 2003, but the USA network is bringing it back and pairing it with the hit franchise “Monday Night Raw.”
The return of “Tough Enough” deepens W.W.E.’s relationship with USA channel’s parent, NBC Universal, the media company that Comcast is on the cusp of acquiring. For years, USA has been the home of “Raw,” and last year the Syfy Channel became the home of “Friday Night Smackdown.” W.W.E. executives have spoken publicly about wanting to start a cable channel, and the relationship with NBC and Comcast may prove useful.
Kevin Dunn, the executive vice president for television production at W.W.E., said “Tough Enough” would be “a brand builder for us.” It will feature 12 men and women jostling for a one-year W.W.E. contract.
“It’s a way to bring eyeballs to the W.W.E. product that wouldn’t necessarily watch a live event wrestling show,” he said.
“Tough Enough” is being introduced as USA, known for scripted dramas, seeks to return to unscripted programming. Its last reality show premiere was “Made in the USA” in 2005. A USA spokesman said the channel was hiring unscripted development executives.
Mr. Dunn said W.W.E. had been talking to USA “for years” about resuming “Tough Enough.” After a splashy premiere on April 4 following “WrestleMania,” the show will be broadcast at 8 p.m. on Mondays before “Raw.”
Mr. Dunn said the addition of “Tough Enough” on USA did not reflect any change in the company’s plans for a channel of its own. “We’re talking to partners,” he said, and those include NBC Universal. So what I'm wondering is will this replace NXT or will they both be going on.
i dont think it'll replace NXT. NXT wrestlers are all guys signed to WWE already and have been fully trained at FCW. Tough Enough is for any bum off the street who wants to be on tv or be a wrestler. impress at the try-out and you make the initial cut for the show. yes, i'm sure some indy guys will go for it, but i'm also sure there will be people who've never watched wrestling before at the try-out too.
i'm sure this move comes about because of the insane success that The Ultimate Fighter is for UFC. WWE wants something akin to that.
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