Trishelle spotting! In 'Hulk Hogan's Celebrity Championship Wrestling' ring!

Trishelle_lThe Hollywood Reporter has revealed the cast of CMT’s fall reality competition series, Hulk Hogan’s Celebrity Championship Wrestling. Is it wrong that the person I’m most excited to see is The Real World: Las Vegas‘ Trishelle Cannatella? Followed by Frank Stallone? Other cast members vying for the title of Celebrity All-Star Wrestling Champion include Danny Bonaduce, Dennis Rodman, Dustin Diamond, Todd Bridges, super-heavyweight boxer Butterbean, former pop star Tiffany, Erin Murphy (Tabitha Stephens on Bewitched), and Playboy playmate Nikki Ziering.

Per the trade, the various challenges wil include, "mastering complex wrestling moves, talking trash and working a live audience." Who will take the title? And who would have thought that this genre of celebreality would still be going strong six years after Fox’s Celebrity Boxing?

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  • Stephen

    Here’s hoping Hulk and his family will be burning in hell by the time this airs.

  • snarky

    why does CMT have the BEST reality TV trainwrecks? First, “Gone Country” with Maureen McCormack and Bobby Brown and now this! I am setting the DVR now.

  • Heather Wixson

    Somebody needs to tag me in because I am SOOOO gonna watch this. And Stephen why should Hulk and his family be burning in hell precisely? Who are you to judge (just wondering and all…)?

  • stephen to Heather

    Just my opinion after reading/hearing about this

    Sorry if I offended you, and I believe I have just as might right to judge as you. :)

  • JJ

    And the decline of civilization marches on.

  • Nihilistic

    I agree with the Burn in Hell guy. People should boycott this show and anything the Hogans stand to profit from now on after hearing the deplorable things they said about the boy Nick Hogan nearly killed in a car crash. Please can’t we just let these despicable people fade away and spend the rest of their degenerate lives in obscurity until the glorious day in which they pass on into the afterlife and take their designated places in the flaming bowels of Hell where their flesh will bubble and pop and their eyes will melt and their brains will boil for all of eternity?

  • Meghan

    I love how these shows are comprised of the exact same washed-up Z-listers. I don’t think I’ll be watching this one, since seeing Screech on Celebrity Fit Club only proved that he’s the biggest jerkwad ever.

  • just jim

    Just goes to show you how some people are Idiots.You go Hogan.j

  • Andrew Monzon

    I think it is ok to have Hulk Hogan in the shows as long as his family is not there anymore. He earned it and they did not. Just to have people famous for sitting around a house in a reality show is idiotic and not right. I think if people find reality shows like that interesting, then people are not busy enough and should be doing more. Thanks. I say don’t ban Hulk Hogan but ban his family.. And ban some of these shows which keep having screech. I am 30 years old and 5-10 130 pounds and I could easily outwrestle screech I think. and I never was in a fight in my life. He looks easy to fight.

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  • t3hdow

    To Nihilistic:
    To be fair, Nick’s friend on the passenger side is also somewhat at fault. If it was someone who didn’t know any better, that’s one thing. However, he’s a former marine that was self-aware enough to realize Nick was drunk as he cruised over 100 mph down Tampa Bay, but decided to ride with him anyway (and not wearing his seat belt was another grave mistake). He’s just as careless as Nick. Don’t get me wrong. I feel bad for him being stuck in a vegetated state, and for the Hogan family (minus Terry) to lambaste the victim in such deplorable terms is pretty low. Nick should be fortunate that he only received a lenient 8-month sentence with solitary confinement, as unintentional manslaughter’s easily ten years for everyone else in a public jail. However, Nick’s friend could have avoided his circumstances if he was wise enough, but now he suffers the harsher consequences.
    I agree the Hogan family doesn’t need anymore TV time, but Terry’s fine with me.

  • to t3hdow

    Yes, Nick’s friend was pretty careless. A life sentence in a vegetative state seems pretty fair.

  • t3hdow

    To ‘to t3hdow’:
    Well I’m not implying that I wanted Nick’s marine friend to suffer. It sucks that the accident happened and affected the rest of his life, but this could’ve been easily avoided with a little foresight into their reckless decisions. He didn’t ‘deserve it’ per se. It was a bad mistake they both made and one Nick’a marine buddy is paying for, big time. What’s disappointing about Nick is that he’s less concerned about causing the accident and more on his own selfish needs in jail. He should be happy that he can walk at all. In the long run, his friend will still be brain dead on a bed, yet Nick will roam free. For that alone, Nick should be grateful he’s not next to him. I really hope Nick learns a valuable lesson from the experience, because his friend paid dearly and won’t get a second chance.
    On a side note, if anyone interested in listening to Terry’s side of the ordeal, CNN’s interviewing Hogan on Tuesday at 8 EST.

  • to t3hdow

    Would anyone want to hear their side of the story? Last I saw she was in Vegas grinding with an embryo on the dance floor

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