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WWE: Final Eight Tough Enough Contestants Revealed With Bios

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posted on Oct, 22 2004 @ 06:21 PM
From: Costa Mesa, CA
Height: 6 foot 5
Weight: 230 pounds

John owns his own advertising business. A former high school and college basketball player, John was in the Navy from 1991 to 1993. He is very personable and claims to command his own destiny.

From: Magnolia, TX
Height: 6 foot 2
Weight: 250 pounds

For work, Nick sells gym memberships. This former Northwestern State football player also played in the AFL. He describes himself as outgoing and claims to have fans all over the country. Nick also goes by the nicknames “Cadillac” and “Big Booty Bandit.”

From: Parma, OH
Height: 6 foot 1
Weight: 210 pounds

Mike has appeared on five MTV reality shows. He was originally in Real World: Return to New York and is currently on Road Rules vs. Real World: Battle of the Sexes II. He also is on a speaking tour at numerous colleges. Mike created “The Miz,” a wrestling-like character which he unleashed as an angry, yet entertaining alter-ego on the Real World.

From: Syosset, NY
Height: 6 foot 4
Weight: 260 pounds

Chris works as a risk management consultant. He Played football, volleyball, basketball and baseball in high school. He also played football for Syracuse for a year. One of Chris' talents is the ability to make up songs on the spot with his guitar.

From: Sunnyvale, CA
Height: 6 foot 2
Weight: 235 pounds

In addition to being a student, Daniel owns a print and marketing company. He has also started a non-profit strength program for kids. He has excellent charisma and personality.

From: Las Vegas, NV
Height: 6 foot 1
Weight: 275 pounds

Ryan is a student majoring in fitness management. While at UNLV, he played baseball. His mother has just published a health book. When Ryan was young, he won the opportunity to ring the bell at a WWE event.

His uncle is the pitching coach for the Expos.

From: Tarpon Springs, FL
Height: 6 foot 7
Weight: 300 pounds

Daniel works as a personal trainer. He also plays semi-pro football for the Tamp Bay Barracudas. Prior to that, he played for the AFL and at the University of Southern Florida. Daniel admits that he uses the fact that he looks like Jeremy Shockey from the New York Giants to get into certain places.

From: Torrance, CA
Height: 6 foot 9
Weight: 285 pounds

Justice works as a model/actor. He starred in Battle Dome on UPN as Snake. Justice also played basketball (forward and center) for the University of Tennessee for two years before transferring to Alcorn State. This former high school basketball All-American was ranked 30th in the nation by USA Today. He is also a second degree black belt in Taikwando.


posted on Oct, 31 2004 @ 04:15 AM
From the Tough Enough website:

Thousands of World Wrestling Entertainment hopefuls tried out for a limited number of finalist positions in the $1,000,000 Tough Enough competition. From there, 50 were chosen to audition in front of WWE officials. Of those 50, only eight men were asked to be a part of Thursday nights on UPN.

After all of this, John Meyer, who was picked as one of the final eight, has chosen to withdraw from the competition. The move has turned out to be one of the more shocking turn of events in recent Tough Enough memory.

As a result John quitting, the competition has been left with only seven finalists. WWE fans will have the opportunity to meet each finalist this week on SmackDown! on UPN at 8/7 CT. Additionally, voting for your favorite Tough Enough finalist will now begin on November 4.


posted on Dec, 16 2004 @ 03:06 PM
Daniel Puder of Cupertino, CA is the WWE Tough Enough champion. It was announced at the tapings tonight.

He was also announced as the first entrant into the Royal Rumble on 1/30 in Fresno.


posted on Dec, 16 2004 @ 03:07 PM
Daniel Puder, who was announced as the Tough Enough winner will get paid 250,000 a year for four years, but in order to receive that money he will have to work a full-time schedule.

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