If you watched The Duel 2, you saw one of the most gruesome fights ever presented on reality television. During this fight, CT punched his rival Adam in the face, then continued to run through the house trying to find Adam for a second round. As production tried to separate the two and evict them from the house, they ended up fighting in a parking lot. In his attempts to kill Adam, CT apparently slid his face against a brick wall which resulted in some facial bleeding.
If you saw the fight, you know that Adam was instigating drama between CT and Diem by telling Diem that CT had hooked up with Shauvon. Given the fact that Adam and CT have had prior arguments, Adam may have been attempting to get revenge. When they first confronted each other (verbally) Adam tried to throw a drink on CT (but the cup was empty). When CT mentioned fighting, Adam gently tapped CT on the stomach, a motion indicating he was ready to fight. Then the first punch was thrown.
However, Adam was never violent toward CT. Yes, he did try to throw a drink on CT, but CT poured a drink on Adam’s head during The Gauntlet 3 and received no punishment. Adam did not violently touch CT until CT threw the first real punch. While Adam may have instigated drama with CT, The Challenge encourages drama but not violence.
So do you think Adam’s eviction from The Duel 2 was deserved?