Andy Leavine Says He's Just Getting Started; Bill DeMott Believes He Has A Chance To Return To WWE

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Following the news of Andy Leavine's release from WWE, he posted the following on Twitter:

Tough Enough trainer Bill DeMott feels Andy has a chance at returning to WWE:

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  • Jim

    Kinda makes Tough Enough pretty irrelevant doesn’t it? I enjoyed that show a lot more than any of the other reality shows WWE has produced. So its disappointing that he wasn’t given a shot on the roster.

  • Aldin94

    Tna should sign him and have him work at OVW.

  • Louis

    Ring Of Honor, anyone?

  • Ricky Valdez

    He probably didn’t have what the wwe was looking for when it comes to in ring ability so they did what they had to do.

  • None of the above! Andy was terrible! He didn’t stand a chance. Tough Enough was a great show with a happy ending, but Andy wasn’t the man for the job. They couldn’t even use him in FCW!

  • Kevin

    How bad do you have to be to be released from a developmental contract? I mean, if the minor leagues don't even want you, how bad do you SUCK? Still, I don't think we can hold his lack of talent against Tough Enough, the show. He just happened to have what it took to make it through the show and one-up the others, but when it came to being on the pro-circuit, he couldn't hang. As I've said before, the UFC has had Ultimate Fighter winners not make it to the top, and the NFL has had excellent college players go as 1st round draft picks only to fizzle in the pros. That's the breaks; I can't wait to see the next season of Tough Enough.

  • Cena Sucks

    CENA sucks