The USA Network and the WWE are bringing back the hit reality competition show Tough Enough! One competitor will earn a WWE contract and be the next WWE Superstar or Diva.
Casting Producers are searching the world to find extraordinary men and women with the following qualities:
charisma, personality, athleticism, agility, stamina, and strength.
Also, it requires an intense desire to be the next WWE Superstar or Diva!
Come Monday nights beginning on April 4, 2011, a day after WrestleMania XXVII, we will find out if these nine people Tough Enough to be the next WWE superstar.
The current Miss USA, a lifelong WWE fan, and former RAW guest host.
An indy wrestler known as M-Dogg 20, he has wrestled extensively for Ring of Honor, CZW, a ton of Mid-West promotions and worked the Hulk Hogan Australia tour several months back.
A California indy wrestler nickamed "Big Nasty" who's worked for NWA Hollywood among other groups.
A blonde female who initially broke in working and training in WWC in Puerto Rico and as of late had been working Chicago area indies.
Alicia Fox's sister, who was under a WWE developmental territory Florida Champion wrestling under the name Caylee Turner prior to filming the series.
Known as the "Golden Boy", Robinson works independents in the Maine area, including NWA on Fire.
Here he is during a recent appearance on Smackdown as one of Alberto Del Rio's man servants.
A former lineman for Florida International University, he is a 23-year-old independent wrestler.
Until recently he was in WWE developmental under the name Kevin Hackman.
A New Jerseyan now living in Tampa. He is 26 and has a degree in criminal justice and is a first-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do. Over the past two years he has been competing on the independent wrestling circuit.
His real name is Martin Casaus. He has had tryouts for Florida Championship Wrestling, but didn’t get signed to a deal. He competes in the Utah area for Ultra Championship Wrestling and for various NWA Promotions.
He calls himself “The Reflection of Perfection,” a name used by former WWE superstar, Mark Jindrak.
Will we see the next Randy Orton or John Cena?
Or even the next John Morrison or The Miz?
There could be more contestants, so we'll have to wait and see. Soon enough, like it or not, we will have found out exactly who is...
Elliott Saltares is a sports pundit, fan, and contributing writer for Bleacher Report. You can follow him on twitter @elliottsaltares.