WWE: Another Former Tough Enough Contestant Released

WrestleScoop.com is reporting that, after the release of former Tough Enough contestant and NXT Rookie Diva Ivelisse Velez on Sunday, WWE has released another former Tough Enough contestant as the company has released NXT Rookie Diva and reigning FCW Divas Champion Caylee Turner (Christina Crawford) as of Tuesday, August 14. After Caylee’s release on Tuesday, the FCW Divas Championship was vacated.

Christina Crawford is the younger sister of current WWE Diva Alicia Fox. Early last year, Crawford was released from her developmental contract in order to take part in the new WWE Tough Enough, where she finished fourth on the series. Crawford was then re-signed to a developmental deal late last year and remained in developmental until her release. The highlight of Crawford’s FCW career was her winning of the FCW Divas Title on June 25.

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