It wasn't to long ago when watched the least anticipated finale in the history of television, at the end of August we watched very gratefully as Tough Enough ended and the winners were crowned. The winners were Josh for the guys and Sara Lee for the women, both were given a contract with the company worth $250,000. Before you jump to a conclusion this isn't another bash post about the winners of the show, because I have moved on and so should you.
As of this writing the female winner of Tough Enough which was Sara Lee has just began training at the Performance Center. Now you may think if she won the show why isn't she either getting ready to appear on the Main roster or appear on NXT, well before the show she had no wrestling experience and unless have wrestling you can't that 2 months of in ring training isn't long enough when your getting trained from square one. Look I'll be honest at this point I don't really about your opinion of Sara Lee, because she won and now it's time to move on. I am not fixated on the past I am more fixated on this idea that WWE brought back the show even though not one winner of the show has had any success in the company, which makes the show meaningless.
The idea that non-winners have had more success after the competition in WWE then the winners of the competition should tell you something about important it is for someone to win the show. My hope is that Sara Lee and Josh are able to change the stigma that goes along with winning this show. If they are then it would go along way in repairing the image for the show in my opinion. But much Sara Lee's possible name change we are going to have to wait and see what happens.