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Jeremiah Riggs in "WWE Tough Enough"
Jeremiah Riggs WWE Tough Enough
Jeremiah Riggs from "WWE Tough Enough," who also goes by the alternative ring name Big Rigg, is one of the contestants in the USA Network reality wrestling competition series.

A 28-year-old truck driver from Vicksburg, Mississippi, Jeremiah Riggs ("WWE Tough Enough") is a natural athlete who prides himself on taking on new challenges. He was a US Army Ranger with the 1st Battalion and did a tour in Afghanistan in 2004. He has six years of training as an MMA Fighter with a record of seven wins
and five losses, fighting with UFC, Strikeforce and Bellator. He is trying to become the first legitimate MMA fighter to crossover into WWE.

Jeremiah is not only a fighter, but an entertainer. He says he has always been the biggest badass in everything he has done, so why not be the biggest badass superstar? Jeremiah began his athletic career playing varsity football and baseball in high school and later attended Mississippi Delta Community College. Jeremiah currently resides in his hometown with his son, Jeremiah.

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Where does Jeremiah Riggs live? Find out here.

Age: ∼33 years old
Hometown: Vicksburg, MS
Current Residence: Vicksburg, MS

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