Vince McMahon is a big fan of reality television shows, and he wants that on the new WWE Network. Many are speculating that Tough Enough could be one of the first shows added, especially after Bill DeMott posted a teaser message on his Twitter account.
Mike Bennett made his official debut for ROH at Proving Ground, an event held in Boston. He worked a match against Daniel Puder, the former Tough Enough competitor and WWE star, and lost. Bennett is considered a young guy who should be with the company for the next several years.
Two of the hottest developmental performers in WWE are Emma and Paige, both of whom are expected to be a part of the main roster in 2014. The company is planning on featuring them heavily on the special WWE NXT live event that will be shown on the WWE Network.
Initially, it was reported that Paige was given several weeks off by WWE to deal with an undisclosed injury, but there are now reports that the developmental diva was actually taking some time off to deal with some personal issues. Paige made her return to NXT recently.
While the backstage heat on Ric Flair has subsided tremendously, Ashley Flair remains in developmental and should be there for a little while longer, as WWE is now focused on elevating Paige and Emma to the main roster.
After spending a few weeks on the shelves for an undisclosed injury, Paige is now returning to NXT this week. She confirmed on her official Instagram account that she is feeling good and looking forward to being back in the ring again.
Paige has become an underground sensation with the internet wrestling community, and many people want to see the NXT Women's Champion get called up to the main roster, but that's going to have to wait since she is currently injured and has been out of action since November.
Paige, a developmental diva under WWE, shows off her sexy Halloween costume.