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Andy Leavine in "WWE Tough Enough"
Andy Leavine WWE Tough Enough
Andy Leavine from "WWE Tough Enough" is one of the contestants in the USA Network reality wrestling competition series.

Andy Leavine ("WWE Tough Enough") is a 6'5" giant who hails from Brooksville, Florida, where he had four years of high school varsity wrestling experience with a record of over 90 wins. The 23-year-old former football player has a mere six months of independent wrestling experience. Starting over 40 games as an offensive lineman for Florida International University, Andy holds
the school's power clean record of 365 lbs. After FIU, he was a priority free agent with the Miami Dolphins and attended mini-camps, before hanging up his cleats to pursue his dream to entertain in the ring.

Andy wants to be a WWE Superstar so he can be a part of a great organization based on hard work, integrity, and respect. He currently resides in Tampa, Florida, with his wife Lauren and his daughter. The family expects a new addition, a boy, in Spring 2011.

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Age: ∼28 years old
Height: 6' 5"
Hometown: Brooksville, FL
Current Residence: Tampa, FL

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josh says:
Went to high school with him he is awesome congrats man make that money and support that family.
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