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

Michelle Deighton ("WWE Tough Enough") is a 25-year-old day care teacher from Terre Haute, Indiana, who hopes to become a WWE Diva to fulfill a dream she has had since the age of 14. She loves the road lifestyle, living out of a suitcase and traveling. She has trained on and off in independent wrestling over the past 11 years.

Michelle says that one of her biggest mistakes was giving up wrestling to pursue her modeling career. Although she had success as a model, even making it to the top six on "America's Next Top Model" Cycle 4, she is anxious to get back in the ring. Michelle has a degree in Early Childhood Development from Danville Community College and currently resides in Providence, North Carolina, with her husband, "Survivor" star Jonny Fairplay, and their three-year-old daughter.


How tall is she? How old is she? Where does she live? Find out here.

Age: 32 years old
Birthday: December 8, 1984
Height: 5' 10"
Birthplace: Terre Haute, IN
Current Residence: Providence, NC
Husband: Jon "Jonny Fairplay" Dalton (6/14/2008, 1 child)

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