No, but on Letterman, Kelsey Grammar was talking about the Tough thing that actually put the thing in a real perspective and not just the WWE version.
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"Kelsey Grammar was on David Letterman last night and Letterman brought up Tough Enough. They mainly joked about it. Tough Enough was supposed to tape on the property next to his in Malibu and he went before the Malibu City Council because there was a law against filming that long of a show in the city and they x-nayed it. MTV told him everything would be okay, but he said that his wife, a former dancer with MTV, told him not to trust that network. Letterman joked when they talked about the show training new wrestlers, said "We don't need new wrestlers." Spoken like a true former fan (Letterman grew up as a big wrestling fan in Indianapolis and frequently jokes about Dick the Bruiser."
It's time for Smackdown, which should feature 100% less fan abuse than Raw. Here we go! We're airing from somewhere unspecified for Smackdown! And opening the show, we have... a contest? The Big Show's KO Punch vs. the Brogue Kick?