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Tough Enough’s Jeremiah Riggs Rips Bill DeMott, WWE Developmental, More

August 4, 2011   ·   0 Comments

– Former WWE Tough Enough contestant Jeremiah Riggs spoke with MMA website AroundtheOctagon.com about his time with WWE and recent experience. He gave them a long statement but here is some of it:

“I was informed yesterday that the WWE isnt going to use me. Two weeks ago I was invited to go to Tampa to tryout for FCW and from what they gathered they loved my personality but they said I was only average in the ring and said I have a bad attitude and carried myself like I had something to prove.

I told them that if Im average Im doing pretty damn good considering I had only done this for two months. If I can get to average in several weeks imagine what I can do in a few months. And of course Im eager to prove myself. I was surrounded by guys who had done this for several years and they were all wondering who this new rookie was. I had to show them I belonged.”

“What do they want in a superstar? I dont need a character. Im Jeremiah Riggs. I dont need a new name or gimmick. The WWE has a shitty developmental roster. No one stands out. They are all scared of failure and half of them have been there for years. They are all the same and do the same stuff. Sure, they have a few guys that have potential but they are all clones. But Im not going to be just like everybody else. What are they going to do send me home? You cant scare someone who aint afraid.”

“Me and Bill were cool on the show. I heard he got a job as a scout for the WWE and I was glad to hear he was doing good for himself. He deserves it after so long in the business. When I was in Tampa doing my match with Orlov, Bill was praising me and talking about how good I was doing.

I was doing stuff that Luke and Andy couldnt do, on the first try. But when I walked into FCW a few weeks ago he acted like he was too cool to talk to me. Hes changed man. He thinks he is somebody because he was the big man on the show. I guess Hollywood went to his head. Sure he had a mediocre wrestling career and found new life on Tough Enough. I dont give a shit. Ill whoop his fat ass.”

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