Two Top Independent Workers Being Considered For The Upcoming Season Of WWE Tough Enough - First Details On The Show's Format, Extensive Update On Why One International Star Won't Be Part Of The Show & Assurances They Were Given Regarding Time In NXT

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There are rumors that independent workers Willie Mack and Kevin Steen have been offered WWE developmental deals. While we are unable to confirm either has signed as of press time, we are able to confirm more details.

According to a source speaking exclusively to me on behalf of WrestlingNewsWorld.com, both Mack and Steen are being considered for the upcoming season of WWE Tough Enough. As we reported on May 1, Tough Enough is returning as a WWE Network original program.

Prince Devitt, who is also rumored to be WWE bound, is not being considered for the show. In order for WWE to get him signed, he was given certain assurances in terms of not being stuck in developmental for long, let alone being involved with Tough Enough, which will essentially be "NXT's NXT." As with the others, we cannot confirm that Devitt has put pen to paper.

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