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Monday nights for our family have always meant cousin + pizza night and we head over to my parents’ house for an evening in catching up on WWE and all the latest scandal and drama. While I can appreciate the artful storytelling of a wrestling match, Tuesday nights seem to be aimed more for me. In two different series, the WWE is showcased in a way you never imagined and gives you a unique look into one of the most fascinating businesses with people from all walks of life.
The new season of WWE’s hit reality show airs on USA Network and is a series where participants undergo hardcore professional wrestling training and compete for a contract with WWE. Now you can help determine who stays and who packs their bags by participating in real-time voting on the official WWE Tough Enough App! With the app, you can also view audition videos (the good, the bad and ugly), follow WWE Tough Enough trainers and judges on social media, and get breaking-news updates.
I love this series because it combines that real life/reality show element with competition and WWE with the fighting, drama and fitness aspects. You will love following along and getting involved in selecting the newest WWE players. Who’s your favorite contender?
Total Divas is an American reality television series that premiered on July 28, 2013, on E! The series gives viewers an inside look of the lives of WWE Divas from their work within WWE to their personal lives. Behind the scene footage of the Divas is also included and gives you the opportunity to experience the WWE through the lens of reality television. You can definitely find yourself getting wrapped up in the drama and anxious for it to be Tuesday already! Follow along with your favorite diva – who are you hoping shows their best Diva self?
The WWE seems to be growing by leaps and bounds – growing in areas that you will LOVE to follow along with. There’s something for everyone at this point and you could definitely making your love of wrestling a weekly television date with other members of your family.
What are your favorite ways to capture your wrestling favorites when it’s not Monday?