WWE is returning to the reality show arena this summer with Total Divas, a show that looks to be a lot glitzier and a lot less gritty than Tough Enough.
Beginning in 2001, WWE gave fans a window to watch potential pro wrestlers struggle through training and challenges. The winners competed for a WWE contract while trainers such as Al Snow and Steve Austin barked at them.
It was a successful show in some ways, but it so often produced winners who didn't make it in WWE that the appeal of the show faded. Like with American Idol, when the winners don't become stars, it drains some of the excitement of the entire competition.
Ranked based on how much drama the season gave fans, how interesting the contestants and trainers were as well as the entertainment value of the challenges, here is every season of Tough Enough, from worst to first.