Sara Ann Weston (June 7, 1992 – October 6, 2022) was an American television personality and professional wrestler, best known for her time in the American promotion WWE between 2015 and 2016

In 2015, Lee was the female winner of the sixth season of the WWE competition Tough Enough, earning a one-year contract with WWE.

Lee was born and raised in Hope Township, Michigan.

She spent time in competitive powerlifting. She graduated from Meridian High School in 2010, and went on to study diagnostic medical sonography at Delta College in Bay City, Michigan.

In June 2015, Lee was one of the thirteen finalists for the sixth season of the WWE competition Tough Enough

on August 25, Lee was chosen by fan vote as one of the winners, along with Josh Bredl, earning a $250,000 one-year contract with WWE

During the final, Lee adopted the ring name Hope, and lost a singles match to Alicia Fox.

In September, Lee was assigned to WWE's developmental territory NXT, based at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, to begin training.

She made her in-ring debut at the January 30 live event during a six-Diva tag team match, which also involved fellow Tough Enough competitor Mandy Rose.