Mick Foley has said he will be boycotting WWE's Tough Enough after the elimination result on this week's episode.
The WWE Hall of Famer posted on his twitter that he was done with watching the WWE reality show after last night because of the way it had ended.
Many people have disagreed with the elimination of Patrick Clark, one of the most promising talents on the show.
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Foley said he disagreed with how the show is being run, believing that it is becoming more a popularity contest than a wrestling show.
He may have a point, as no past winner of Tough Enough is still part of the WWE roster.
Only the likes of Cameron, The Miz, and Ryback are still members of the WWE after appearing on the show. However, none of them are past winners.
This is what Foley said on his twitter.
When he was asked by a fan if he believed the system behind the eliminations was corrupt, he answered saying they were not corrupt, but highly flawed.
The WWE Hall of Famer then sent his condolences to Patrick after his elimination.
If the past is anything to go by, Patrick might still have a career in the WWE yet. Several past Tough Enough contestants have gone on to have good careers in the WWE.
Patrick sent out a video to his fans via the WWE twitter account, thanking all the viewers. He also says he plans on being involved in wrestling for plenty of years to come.