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WWE making new reality tv series with female superstars

WWE Studios and independent studio Critical Content will be producing a new reality television series called Fight Like A Girl. The series will air on the platform Quibi.

Stephanie McMahon will be an Executive Producer of the series. Each episode will see Stephanie McMahon pairing a female WWE superstar with a young woman who is struggling with a personal issue that is preventing her from getting better. To help the trainees overcome their hardships and improve themselves, the WWE superstars will draw from their own experiences in real life.

Every episode will be shot at the WWE Performance Center and it will be interesting to see how each woman’s life will be made better.


  • The Random Reader

    Enough with this toxic feminist crap, women are so overrated. Why not make a tv series for Men, their stories are worth telling

  • Soulshroude

    First off, the f*ck is Quibi and Tout? Why should we care about programming on either of these sites, unless they’re owned by the WWe (like we even care about that, at all).

    Secondly, female b.s. has already be with Total Divas. What about programming with the guys? It might give those who aren’t used, to shine? Is this bias out from the creative perspective because of the few political movements by society based on women’s standards and that so called Revolution?

    I stay the WWe should give the TV series to a few of the unused guys to see what they can do and are made of if given this chance, it might give them more experience with the mic and the better the acting skills.

  • CC

    Quibi … the new Tout.