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The W - Pro Wrestling - Which Would Make Better Television
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As the Tough Enough Bunch continues (for some reason, every time I read about Tough Enough, the theme to the Baseball Bunch comes to mind. Unfortunately, they don't have the Chicken, Johnny Bench or Tommy Lasorda as a mystic being, but that's another rant) this thought came to mind. Which would help the WWF/E more, continuing the Tough Enough experiment, which has provided legendary talents like Jackie Gayda, or moving towards a slightly off-base approach. Yes, that's right, turn Tough Enough 4 into Warrior University 101. Just imagine these broadcasts: How to give an incoherant interview (guest speaker: Scott Steiner). How to continuously disappear from wrestling (hey guys, that's Sid.). And, most importantly, the final episode: Who can out-thesaurus the Dingbat Warrior and Bob Backlund. This could get higher ratings for MTV than the Osbournes. And, considering the last bunch of Tough Enough kids, they can't be any less prepared to enter the ring.



I want you to know, I agree with everything I've just said.
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but his theory is that non-wrestlers will get oodles and oodles of praise, not wrestlers. D-Lo and Stasiak are wrestlers, hence they don't get the praise. Since it shows that a wrestler won't get praise, it enriches the theory... Or something.
- Fuzzy Logic, THREE MINUTES of Fame (2002)
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