http://www.pro-wrestling.com/news.php?a=1&n=NTY0NTQ= I guess resurrecting it for the fifth (or is it sixth?) time makes sense given that they'll always need more original programming for the Network, but I'm really not expecting anything out of this one. It says something about the quality of the show (or at least the quality of the competition to earn a WWE contract) when the three people who've been employed the longest from Tough Enough (Josh Matthews, Ryback, The Miz) were all losers of their given competitions. The actual winners never last long before being released. And if anything, the fact that Tough Enough gave us The Miz is enough reason to condemn the show in my eyes, but I digress.