Steve Austin reveals elimination style for “Tough Enough”
Mar 26, 2011 - by Steve Gerweck
Reported by Adam Martin of Wrestleview.com
IGN.com is featuring an interview with WWE Hall of Famer “Stone Cold” Steve Austin where Austin reveals that elimination rules for the new season of “Tough Enough” will feature a “Bottom 3″ (or the lowest level performers of the show) and give them the opportunity to convince him they should stay.
“My job is to sort through these contestants, weed out the weak and find the strong, and look for the person who is strong enough and tough enough and smart enough to be a WWE superstar. You know, there’s a lot of people that can get in this ring at a local or independent level, but it take a real special person to compete at the level of the WWE superstars and divas do. So, it’s my job to weed through that.
Some of [the contestants] are green as grass, some of them have never really been in a ring before. Some of them have quite a few years of experience. But I paid a lot of dues when I broke into this business. I want them to learn to respect what goes on inside this 20×20 ring, and just pay some dues, as much as they can, while they’re here, and to learn this business from the bottom up. I just want them to have a sense of really what are the responsibilities of a WWE superstar, and I want them to pay some dues, and I want them to appreciate the rise or fall, but I want them to have a good time while they’re here.”
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