Tough Enough Debuted Tonight

And I won’t be watching it.The show started at 8 and I didn’t remember it until about 8:30.  By 8:30:05, it was clear to me that I didn’t care about the show.  Why would I want to spend months watching people compete to become a lower midcarder who isn’t likely to ever accomplish anything in WWE?  If this was a bunch of people who had extensive training and experience in wrestling (think the Ultimate Fighter), I’d be all over it.  However, when you consider one winner ever has accomplished anything significant in WWE (John Morrison, though Matt Cappotelli could have done something had it not been for his illness), it feels like a big waste of time.


Now, back to SuperBrawl 2000.


  1. Killjoy says:

    Hey, they can always fill up the Lucha Underground roster.

  2. Jacob Jones says:

    I didn’t even know it was ON.

    klunderbunker Reply:

    Yeah that was a problem. They talked about the Tough Enough App all night long but they only mentioned when the show was on a few times.

  3. Marky-Marc says:

    You watch it because it’s wrestling and it’s an interesting show. Will the winner be the next John Cena? Very doubtful, but if you put yourself through TNA and 1999 WCW every week you can sit and enjoy this without worrying about what happens with the winner 2 years from now.

    klunderbunker Reply:

    I also can’t stand most reality shows.

  4. Vega says:

    Yeah, same feeling. It feels like Total Divas without people I know. Or care about, but that isn’t different from Total Divas. It’s the kind of “reality” that insults my intelligence and is a lot of pomp for nothing.

    klunderbunker Reply:

    Yeah there’s only a handful I can watch. Total Divas is one. Another was called Cheerleader Nation, which was filmed at my high school during my senior year.