Andy Leavine, winner of the most recent season of Tough Enough, has been released by WWE.
Leavine had actually been signed to a WWE developmental contract before the 2010 season of Tough Enough. After winning the reality competition, he was sent to Florida Championship Wrestling, where he wrestled as Kevin Hackman.
He was suspended for 30 days last August for violating WWE’s Talent Wellness Program.
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