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Former Tough Enough competitor ZZ makes NXT debut

Tough Enough favorite ZZ made his NXT debut last night at a non-televised NXT live event in Orlando, Florida.

ZZ wrestled against Chris Girard, who is formerly known as Biff Busick, and won the match. Girard took a shot at ZZ on Twitter writing, “ZZ is hands down the very worst competitor I’ve ever been in a ring with. Yes, even worse than Mojo Rawley.”

The 18 year old from the Bayou was the runner-up of last year’s Tough Enough competition even though he got criticized every week for his lack of cardio and lack of everything else that comes with being a professional wrestler. He got signed to a WWE deal anyway thanks to his popularity with the viewers.

There were 4 former Tough Enough competitors on this Orlando NXT live event and joining ZZ were Daria, Mandy Rose, and Patrick Clark.

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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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