WWE Spoilers: First Elimination of WWE Tough Enough Revealed

On last night’s Season Premiere of WWE Tough Enough, the first elimination was revealed as Ariane Andrew was the first competitor to be sent home from the competition following her inability to run the ropes, as well as her limited wrestling experience (her only experience was the two days she spent on Tough Enough). Before her elimination, she told Tough Enough Host Stone Cold Steve Austin that her favorite match of all time was Melina Vs. Alicia Fox. Thirteen contestants remain in the competition and, through the course of Tough Enough, they will be greeted and trained by some of the WWE’s top Superstars and Legends including The Rock, Big Show, Rey Mysterio, and more. Next week’s show will feature an appearance by John Cena. WWE Tough Enough airs on Monday nights at 8/7c (before RAW) on the USA Network.

What did you think of Ariane Andrew being the first eliminated from Tough Enough? What did you think of the Season Premiere of Tough Enough? Post your comments in the box below.

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