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13 contestants live and train in the field of professional wrestling together, with one male and one female winner getting contracts with the World Wrestling Federation. The trainers are WWF wrestlers Tazz, Al Snow, Tori and Jacqueline. Written by
I'm definitely not a fan of wrestling. Definitely not. But I really like this show. It's a good behind-the-scene look at the making of casting wrestlers. It's a good show and I'm really happy that Maven and Nidia won. They were cool.
Overall the show is a great wrestling show and better than wrestling, itself. Rating A+.
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