Source: Sun JournalLuke Robinson, who was the runner-up on WWE Tough Enough, did an interview with the Sun Journal saying that he's planning to open a fitness program in Maine and that he's planning on it as his safety net while he pursues his wrestling career.
"Wrestling is still my primary goal, but I think this can be a sustainable, lifelong job post-wrestling," Luke said. "Even if that career never comes to complete fruition, I am so passionate about the fitness and nutrition side of life and about changing people's lives."
The article notes that Robinson is working shows in Alaska this month and then Utah in March, where he'll be working with fellow Tough Enough alumni Martin Casaus.
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