No Celebrity Endorsement Implied
The lone survivor of a brutal double elimination, a shaken Andy arrives back at the house where bromancers, Luke and Jeremiah, are in full celebration mode. Despite their attempts to include him, Andy wants little to do with it and heads off to bed in a foul mood.
The next morning the final three hit the gym for their daily training. In this penultimate week there is no theme, instead it is about putting together everything they have learned over the past nine weeks. However, frustration arises when the contestants fail to deliver, repeatedly making stupid mistakes in the ring. After a series of dangerous spots and near misses Stone Cold pulls the plug on the training and the contestants are left contemplating how they are going to step up their game.
In the morning, the contestants find themselves in the middle of a photo shoot where Stone Cold and Trish open their eyes to the more glamorous side of the WWE. Steve introduces a special guest, former Tough Enough contestant The Miz, who sticks around to coach them during their shoot. Luke and Jeremiah are quick to enjoy the new lifestyle as their confidence transitions well in front of the camera. Andy begins timid but soon breaks out of his shell and ends up landing the best shot.
The eager three head back to the ranch for an evening training session that is a complete turnaround from the night before. Luke, Jeremiah, and Andy each step it up and prove to the trainers why they belong in the final three.
The next morning, the contestants arrive at a Children's Hospital and learn the life of a WWE Superstar isn't just about their performance inside the ring but the charity work on the outside. Stone Cold mentors the final three in a humbling opportunity to give back, as Luke, Jeremiah, and Andy help bring joy to the zealous children.
In the skills challenge the contestants must apply everything they've learned in the past nine weeks. Big man Andy finally embraces his inner big man and brings new life to the ring. A confident Luke steps it up like never before. Jeremiah's quick instincts and aerial skills on the top rope impress the trainers, yet his safety concerns are still left in question.
Back at the house, the final three soak in their final moments in the mansion and before heading into elimination, they share one last celebratory shot together. In the ring, Stone Cold addresses the "final three" rather than the bottom three. After one last grilling, Stone Cold sends one more person home, and celebrates the final two with his trademark, beer-chugging toast.