WRESTLING NEWS
Wrestlers Who Appeared On Non-Wrestling Reality Shows
By JACK GOODWILLIE
WWE’s John Morrison appeared on the Season 37 of “Survivor: David vs. Goliath” in the spring of 2018. Joining “Survivor” for a shot at the $1 million cash prize, Morrison lasted 22 days on the Mamanuca Islands in Fiji before being the 12th competitor to be voted off the contest.
John Morrison
WWE diva Maria Kanellis participated in the Donald Trump-led show, “The Celebrity Apprentice,” where the contestants completed business-related tasks to become the next “apprentice.” Kanellis appeared in the third season of the show in 2010 and raised $20,000 for her charity before being “fired” by Trump in Week 10.
Maria Kanellis
WWE star Bill Goldberg also appeared on “The Celebrity Apprentice” in the same season as Maria Kanellis. However, Goldberg couldn't raise any money for his charity and was “fired” from the show in six weeks. Goldberg has recalled his time in the contest as one of his “most miserable experiences.”
Bill Goldberg
AEW star Luchasaurus was part of Season 17 of “Big Brother” on CBS, where contestants are placed in a house full of cameras and microphones recording their every move. Luchasaurus lasted 89 days in the contest and was placed fifth, even becoming a fan favorite for his easy-going personality.
Luchasaurus
TNA’s Robbie E and Brooke Adams became the only pro wrestlers to appear on the CBS reality show, “The Amazing Race” in 2014. Strauss and Adams performed well in this race across the world, reaching the final leg of the race and finishing in fourth place.
Robbie E & Brooke Adams