Exclusive: Entire Season 6 of ‘Tough Enough’ Coming to WWE Network Next Week

October 8, 2015 by Jon Potter

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WrestlingDVDNetwork.com has always been your first stop for exclusive news, and it’s time now for a scoop on the WWE Network. We can reveal that the latest season of Tough Enough is currently scheduled to arrive in its entirety on the WWE Network next week!

WWE Tough Enough Season 6 - Contestants

This season of the reality show featured Billy Gunn, Booker T and Lita as coaches, with Daniel Bryan, Paige and (originally) Hulk Hogan as judges. Of course, Hogan was replaced following his racism scandal by The Miz. Chris Jericho was the host, filling a Ryan Seacrest-type role.

WWE Tough Enough Season 6 - Contestants

Notable contestants included Zamariah “ZZ” Loupe, Tanner Saraceno, Sara Lee, Amanda Saccomanno and Joshua “Josh” Bredl. Controversies surrounding the contestants saw ZZ seemingly coasting through the competition on nothing but charisma, and Dianna Dahlgren’s decision to leave the show during the third week. She was replaced by Chelsea Green.

WWE Tough Enough Season 6 - Contestants

The 6th season was critically panned and struggled to find an audience during its run. Some of the complaints leveled at the revamped series were about the new format’s similarity to a game show and the contestants being bland or unlikable. However, it doesn’t seem to have been a total failure, with both ZZ and Amanda possibly landing WWE contracts alongside the series winners.

Now, any newcomers can make up their own minds, with the entire run of 13 episodes now slated to be made available on demand starting Wednesday, October 14th.

And of course all of the accompanying “Tough Talk” after-show episodes are already up on the Network to watch alongside the series. Remember to stay locked to our WWE Network Updates page so you’re the first to know exactly when it lands!

 
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  1. adampetedelevigne says:

    Thanks for the article Jon. Another considerable service for those who can’t access WWE Network due to geo restriction is UnoTelly.

  2. Roland Smitts says:

    You gotta remember, WWE “erasing” Hogan wasn’t entirely true. Downplayed to absurd levels, yes (hiding his HoF bio, not allowing fans to wear his shirts), but throughout this time his name was still present in title histories, he was still searchable on the Network, and now & then his name comes up. And now some of the stuff that WAS removed in the network is being restored. Plus he was never officially removed from the Hall; if WWE announced his removal, fans would be outraged. So yes, you will see him on TE 6.

    • LP1 says:

      What exactly has been restored on the Network? The only thing that was removed was the Rock ‘N Wrestling cartoon, which hasn’t returned. His two DVDs, contrary to popular belief, were never removed in the first place.

  3. GEOLINK says:

    Will they cut all of Hogan’s scenes is the question.

    • Roland Smitts says:

      Nah Hulk will be left intact. They’d have to throw out half the season if they tried to remove him. That & wwe have been restoring Hulk content lately anyway. Probably slowly preparing to have him back in time for WM32.

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