Tough Enough season 6 to premiere on June 23

Tough Enough, WWE’s reality TV show, will debut its sixth season on Tuesday, June 23, at 8PM EST on USA Network.

The date was revealed in the press release issued this morning which also announced the move of Smackdown to USA Network starting in the first quarter of 2016.

Tough Enough will feature an all-new format with live elements and more fan participation than ever before. No host or trainers were announced. The last time Tough Enough aired on USA Network, Stone Cold Steve Austin was the host and was helped by Booker T, Trish Stratus, and Bill DeMott as trainers.

The last season, which aired in 2011, saw Andy Leavine winning the show but he failed to do any impact and was ultimately released just a year after winning the show. Funny enough only Ariane Andrew, who wrestles under the name of Cameron, survived out of the 14 contestants and she was the first one eliminated from the show.

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