Everyone knows that Bill DeMott will not be the coach on Tough Enough next season. Steve Austin has refused to have any involvement with WWE at the moment. The show is definitely going to take place, so a coach will be needed. Through social media, Goldust has expressed a desire to fill that role. He is said to be transitioning from an in ring career to that of a trainer very soon, so this would be quite fitting for both sides.
April 3, 2015
In case you have not noticed, accusations against Bill DeMott have not been as vocal as they previously were. Joey Ryan hinted on social media that the WWE legal department might have had something to do with that. He was one of the more vocal of the people who believe that management should have fired DeMott for his inappropriate behavior towards the developmental wrestlers. Ryan has a well known hatred of DeMott.
March 16, 2015
Almost immediately upon his resignation announcement, fans made speculations about the actual status of Bill DeMott within WWE. Some believed that he had actually been covertly moved to a front office position to wait things out while the heat dies down. When informed of those rumors, management actually released a statement to the media that it was not the case. DeMott has completely resigned from the company.
March 7, 2015
To give you an idea of how elated the NXT locker room was when the allegedly abusive Bill DeMott announced his resignation as the head trainer on Friday, there are reports floating around that the developmental compared it to the joyous feeling that encompassed the United States when a Navy SEAL team was successfully able to find and kill notorious terrorist Bin Laden. WWE definitely does not want this story in the mainstream media.
March 7, 2015