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Tough Enough coming to Canada

By JOHN POWELL -- SLAM! Wrestling
Tough Enough, the WWF - MTV reality show in which contestants train to become professional wrestlers will be hitting Canada with a one-two punch very soon.

On October 15th, the series -- which is currently playing on MTV in the United States -- will begin its run on TSN. Featuring guest appearances by Triple H, Mick Foley and "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, Tough Enough chronicles the daily lives of thirteen pro-wrestler wannabes as they live, train and compete together. One by one over thirteen episodes the contestants are either dismissed by the producers or leave the game on their own accord due to injury, stress or personal reasons. The winners (one female and one male) will be announced on the live series finale. At that time they will receive developmental contracts with the Federation as their reward guaranteeing them a spot on WWF programming. The competitors are trained by WWF superstars Al Snow, Tazz, Jackie and Tori.

Tough Enough will also be arriving at a record stores near you on September 18th as DreamWorks Records / Universal Music releases the soundtrack to the popular television show. The CD will feature Ant Farm, Powerman 5000, Drowning Pool, Papa Roach, Deftones, Disturbed, Pressure 4-5, Halfcocked, Saliva, Mudvayne, Godsmack, Buckcherry and the unsigned Big Mother Thruster. Papa Roach's and Disturb's contributions -- "Dead Cell" and "Stupify -- are live versions of those songs.

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