Patrick Clark Jr. from "WWE Tough Enough" is one of the contestants in Season 6 of the USA Network reality wrestling competition series.

To some, WWE is more than a dream, it is an escape. That's what it was for Patrick Clark Jr., a 19-year-old wrestling coach from Washington, D.C., who found refuge in sports-entertainment after the death of his father. Clark's drive led him from ten years of JROTC to the mats of amateur competition, where he wrestled for Forestville Military Academy from 2011 to 2013. He's currently a competitor in the Mid Atlantic Wrestling Association, and a coach. Does a jump from the mat to the ring await?




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Age: ∼20 years old
Current Residence: Washington, DC




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