Josh, Sara Lee Dominate Voting, Win WWE Tough Enough

Tuesday’s season finale brought an end to USA Network’s “WWE Tough Enough” competition.

It also revealed the latest additions to the WWE roster.

Thanks to landslide voting, male contestant Josh (as “The Yeti”) and female contestant Sara Lee (as “Hope”) became the latest “Tough Enough” winners. They earn $250,000 contracts and are now officially part of the WWE family.

Josh defeated early fan favorite ZZ by a whopping 70%-30% voting margin. Sara Lee edged Amanda by a nearly as dominant 64-36 margin.

Tuesday’s episode was built around each contestant’s first official match. The male competitors battled Cesaro, while the female hopefuls took on Alicia Fox.

Written by Brian Cantor

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