"It doesn't look good for WWE Tough Enough as the link to the Tough Enough website has been removed from WWE.com. If you put in ToughEnough.com, you just get redirected to WWE.com. This could mean that the WWE doesn't plan to bring the show back for a 4th year since the ratings for season three declined from the past two seasons. It could also be that MTV feels that the WWE isn't hip enough anymore. They already gave up Sunday Night Heat, which made it's move to the TNN, but it could be that MTV wants to part ways completely with the WWE."
Damn, when done right, Tough Enough can be a good show.
.... OR it could be that WWE has dropped many sites recently and in case the Meltz aint noticed due to the failure of crap such as the World and TE and other ventures plus a piss poor product most of the time, business is down, and the first thing to go will be the non- necessities, such as web pages and D'lo. (sorry had to get that in there)I mean why pay for a domian and maintain it when you can promote it on the main WWE.com site and maybe give it an article or something.Besides Vince really needed to save cash so he could open up the Trish Stratus Babe of the Year site... yippee!! IMO TE was never interesting and as far as the new talent that resulted it was a failure.Plus I basically despise anything on MTV and it was waayyy too much like the (un)Real World.
"You go ahead and talk about your psalms and your "John 3:16", Well "Austin 3:16" says I just whupped your ASS!!".
OK, cool . . . but just for the sake of completeness, allow me to clarify why I think WWE means "heterosexual" when they say "red-blooded": JR: "What red-blooded American male wouldn't want to see Stacy Kiebler in a bikini?