I watch Tough Enough every week, and it is one of my most favorite shows. I love being able to see the next WWE stars work their way up from the very beginning of their potential WWE career. I love being able to vote for who I want to stay in the competition. I get to see the people behind the future characters and I love that.
I have been passionate about the WWE for literally as long as I can remember, and I would love to become a WWE Diva, but I know that I could never be fit enough or beautiful enough for that to happen. It is so great to live vicariously through those on Tough Enough. I am happy to watch others like me actually achieve the dream that we share.
One facet of Tough Enough that I am especially fond of is that they bring current WWE Superstars and Divas to talk to the hopefuls, to set and example and give veteran advice. There could be no greater way to learn the business than from those thriving in the business.
This past week, one of the biggest (probably THE biggest) stars of the past decade, John Cena, made an appearance. Not only did he have some kind words for the competitors, he also made a bold statement by accepting Seth Rollin's SummerSlam challenge, in his first WWE appearance since Seth Rollins broke Cena's nose a few weeks ago.
For anyone who has not been watching Tough Enough on USA and/or Tough Talk exclusively on the WWE Network, you are missing out on some serious entertainment. The competition is really heating up. There are only 5 competitors left. Out of those, one man and one woman will be chosen for a 250,000 WWE contract.
For me it is especially intense as all three of my favorite males have made it to the final three. One of them is definitely going home this coming Tuesday, and I am so nervous to see which one, I really do like them all and for different reasons. Any of them would be a fantastic WWE Superstar, and the anticipation of finding out the winner is killing me.
I hope that if you have not been tuning in to Tough Enough before now, that you tune in this coming week. Tuesday at 8pm(EST) on USA. While The Champ, John Cena, will not be there again this week, the next "John Cena" of the WWE could very well be one of the Tough Enough competitors, and you could witness the first moments of their WWE journey.
*This is a sponsored post on behalf of WWE. I am a proud member of #WWEMoms, and all opinions are 100% my own.*