As we previously reported, WWE will be producing a new reality show alongside Bunim-Murray Productions. The show aims to find the next female Superstar for WWE. Given that WWE has a relationship with Bunim-Murry through Total Bellas and Total Divas, the company is likely to have a large say in terms of what happens in the show.
We have further information on the reality show, now. To begin with, we now know that women who sign up are required to do a plethora of things that are marked as required in order to progress with the application.
Women wishing to fill in the application will need to attach three recent photos of themselves, answer a series of questions, share their contact information, name and phone numbers of your parents, and provide links to their Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter profiles.
In the eligibility requirements, it is also stated that women wishing to sign up must be able to work in the United States, be in excellent physical condition and have excellent mental health. Women must be at least 21-years-old by March 2019. Among other rules, it is also noted that applicants must submit to a background check.
After filling in all the information about themselves as mentioned above, the applicants will be asked to answer a total of 56 questions. Some of these require linking out to people who’ve known you a long time to vouch for you (excluding relatives) among other things.
Some of the most notable questions include:
-Why do you want to be a WWE Female Superstar?
-Do you have any experience as a wrestler?
-What makes you think you have what it takes to be a WWE Female Superstar?
-Do you smoke cigarettes? Drink alcohol? How often and how much do you drink?
-Have you ever blacked out? Have you ever been convicted of a DUI? If yes, please explain.
-Do you smoke marijuana or use hard drugs? Have you ever? Please explain.
-If you use drugs, can you go without for several months?
-Have you ever been convicted of a crime? If yes, please explain the circumstances and legal outcome.
From here, applicants can send through a bunch of videos (up to 250 megabytes per file) from their social media or phone library that will help the team understand the applicant’s hobbies, passions and interests. These aren’t required, but would likely increase the chances applicants have of being selected.
If you’re interested in trying out for the cast, you can do so here.
Will you be entering? Does the show idea interest you? Let us know your thoughts, opinions, and reactions in those comments below.