The latest season of Tough Enough has created a lot of rumors ever since the season finale aired on the USA Network. Former competitors Mada Abdelhamid, Daria Berenato, Patrick Clark, Zamariah “ZZ” Loupe and Amanda Saccomanno all signed development deals and reported to the WWE Performance Center last week.
Season Six of Tough Enough has also created a lot of controversies. Last week, it was also reported that at least one former contestant wasn’t offered a WWE development deal because of a “troubled past”.
One of the strongest contestants has been relatively quiet since Tough Enough ended surrounded by rumors. Former contestant Tanner Saraceno recently mentioned on Twitter that he has not been offered a developmental deal with WWE.
Tanner posted the following tweet on the matter:
Wrestling Rumors has already discussed several reasons why signing so many former Tough Enough contestants is bad for everyone involved. WWE adding Tanner to the list would just be another talent in WWE that should have been given a deal in the first place instead of put onto a reality show.
Tanner Saraceno tweeted last month that his plans are to further pursue his MMA career. Tanner has not ruled out a return to pro wrestling in the future if the opportunity arrived.