Champs vs. Pros: MVPs from Episode 6

The end is here! Here is the blood bath and the last leg of this season.

The Challenge: No Guts, No Glory. This is an eating challenge where the players eat a random meat, a side dish, and a dessert. After eating the foods, a ball is awarded with a corresponding point value. First person who gets 100 points (3 balls) wins. The first male and female pros to win become a team in the final. The first male and female champ to win become a team in the final. Of the six other players, the fastest will have the opportunity to pick a partner and compete in the final.

Darrell and Cara Maria win, Kam and Lindsey win. Camila has the fast time of the remaining six and picks Wes to compete along side her in the final.

The final: The final is a Warrior Dash style obstacle course that involves puzzles, climbing, and mud-related obstacle courses. First team to complete it wins $100,000, or $50,000 to their respective charities.

Pros MVP: Kamerion Wimbley

Kam outperformed all of the other guys in the eating Challenge and proved the Pros could stand their own. In the final, despite getting off to a slow start, he quickly caught a second wind and started picking up ground. This was his moment to shine.

Champs MVP: Cara Maria

Cara Maria really proved herself this episode and won alongside Darrell. These two were the first eliminated on Fresh Meat 2, so this is a great second chance for the two. In the eating Challenge, she outperformed all the other girls, and in the final she solved a puzzle which is always her weakest area. In the end, she also donated $5,000 to both Camila and Wes’s charities.

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3 thoughts on “Champs vs. Pros: MVPs from Episode 6

  1. I felt bad to second and third place. Didn’t even get a courtesy 1k. Wished Darrell did what Cara Marie did but to the Pros.

  2. Everything was swell until the final. Why couldn’t it truly be champs vs pros? Why was it 2 champs vs 2 champs vs 2 pros? The challenge is like a crack addict when it comes to pairs, enough with pairs and lame twists.

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