As previously reported, the next season of WWE Tough Enough is scheduled to begin airing in June. In an update, The Wrestling Observer is reporting that the new season "will have a more current and up-to-date feel." In addition, WWE will be taping each episode and airing it within a few days of the taping taking place.
Furthermore, the new season of Tough Enough will feature "live elements," including live segments airing on both USA and the WWE Network, as well as various social media platforms. In addition, there is still the possbility of live fan voting taking place as well, though it appears this has not yet been finalized as of this writing.
In regards to who will be hosting Tough Enough, it was recently rumored that WWE Hall of Famer Stone Cold Steve Austin would be replaced by Chris Jericho; however, Jericho has since gone on record of stating that the rumors are untrue, as he has not been involved in any discussions whatsoever regarding the show. However, it's also worth noting that Jericho has a history of swerving fans in the past, so it is still entirely possible that he may end up as the host.
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