WWE have announced that Tough Enough is to return, exclusively on the WWE Network.
The news was revealed at last week's conference call, as reported by Wrestlezone.
It is expected that the return will see a number of lesser used talents partake in the show, in an attempt to make them better wrestlers and entertainers.
WWE trainer, Bill DeMott, who once went by the name Hugh Morrus, tweeted "The news is out-WWE Tough Enough is coming to WWE Network."
Other trainers included Al Snow, ECW legend Tazz and ex-women's champion, Ivory, whilst Triple H and Stone Cold Steve Austin have both helped out as well.
The show, which started back in 2001, was extremely popular during its earlier seasons, and it unleashed many talents to the main shows.
Stars such as Maven, Nidia, Miss Jackie and current commentator Josh Matthews were all signed in the early seasons, whilst former WWE Champion The Miz, The Boogeyman and John Morrison emerged in later versions of the show.
The show was revamped in 2011, after being cut in 2005, but failed to produce the stars of the earlier series and was immediately cut.
The news comes in the midst of one of WWE's most exciting times in many years, with the Network's recent unveiling coming in a time of huge excitement for the company, seeing many former stars return whilst new ones such as Bray Wyatt and Daniel Bryan dominate the company.
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