Every Competitor From the Second Trilogy Ranked

War of the Worlds, War of the Worlds 2, and War of the Worlds 3 Total Madness. They were supposed to be a War trilogy, but production changed their minds at the last minute. They may be remembered for the jerseys covered in country flags or they might become the trilogy of Tribunals. These three seasons saw an influx of rookies onto the show, from … Continue reading Every Competitor From the Second Trilogy Ranked

Competitors Who Should Have Been on Total Madness

Total Madness is a season with a lot of fresh faces, meaning a few big names are taking the season off. Some could use a break while others missed an opportunity to shine. Competitors revealed the competitors they were happy not to see, but these are some competitors who may have thrived on this season. Laurel Stucky Laurel’s return on War of the Worlds 2 … Continue reading Competitors Who Should Have Been on Total Madness

Is Another Fresh Meat Coming?

If you watched War of the Worlds 2 during its original run, you might remember commercials advertising Challenge-sponsored Spartan Races and a “chance to appear on a future season of The Challenge.” We know this has no impact on season 35, but does it mean anything for season 36? A bunch of Challengers showed up to sponsor the events. We had Tony & Jemmye, Brad … Continue reading Is Another Fresh Meat Coming?

Ten Competitors With the Absolute Worst Luck

Making it to the end of a Challenge can be a hard task. Some people, such as Cara Maria, have seemed to perfected the art. Other people are dealt a series of tough hands. This week we saw a Purge, where Joss was sent home due to Kayleigh’s poor performance. Both of these competitors have been victims to a series of twists throughout their Challenge … Continue reading Ten Competitors With the Absolute Worst Luck

People Who Won a Lot, But Still Missed the Final

On Wednesday’s episode we saw Theo go home. He had been fighting an uphill battle, but Providing Ground #4 sent him packing. He fought through three eliminations and made it far into the game only to lose. Meanwhile, some of the guys on his team haven’t been in a single elimination yet. Theo isn’t alone. Here are some people who won multiple eliminations only to … Continue reading People Who Won a Lot, But Still Missed the Final

The Challenge 34 Official Cast

Cast members from all over the world will be departing for Challenge 34 early this week. In this post, I will be updating on official cast. Technically, no one is 100% confirmed until MTV makes an official press release, but this is as official as we can get prior to that. I have legitimate reason to believe everyone in this post is actually on the … Continue reading The Challenge 34 Official Cast

The Challenge War of the Worlds: Top Moments from Episode 14

Three people left. Who survived? 1. War to Tug Dee and Da’Vonne face off in Tug O’ War and the game is similar to a traditional tug of war. Both girls stand on a platform and will be pull on a rope. The rope is clipped to the opponent and there is a lot of extra rope. In order to actually pull their opponent off … Continue reading The Challenge War of the Worlds: Top Moments from Episode 14

The Challenge War of the Worlds: Top Moments from Episode 13

Right were we left off from last week. Will Paulie sacrificed himself to the Killing Floor? Short answer: no. 1. Brawls of Fury At the Killing Floor, the Tribunal select Kyle to compete inĀ Hall Brawl, meaning Paulie does not offer to compete and cannot be selected by Kyle. So, Theo is called out. The game is a classic elimination, and the first to ring the … Continue reading The Challenge War of the Worlds: Top Moments from Episode 13

The Challenge War of the Worlds: Top Moments from Episode 12

Picking up after the first cliffhanger of the seasons. Sigh. 1. Chairful Elimination At the Killing Floor, Georgia decides to call out Nany. She agreed not to call out Da’Vonne and Cara Maria, and her only options were Nany and Ninja. She wasn’t looking to test Ninja, so Nany is picked by default and handles this as well as she should. The elimination is called … Continue reading The Challenge War of the Worlds: Top Moments from Episode 12

The Challenge War of the Worlds: Top Moments From Episode 11

Bear is gone, so now Wes needs to set is target elsewhere. 1. Namibian Drift This week’s challenge is named Highway to Hell and players need to solve a slider puzzle on top of a moving car. They have three minutes, and the car is drifting for the entire time. Dee goes first and finishes quickly, though most people finish. Perhaps the guys are taking … Continue reading The Challenge War of the Worlds: Top Moments From Episode 11

Will Bear Become the Next Challenge Great?

After ten weeks on The Challenge, Bear’s debut run has come to an end. Coming into the show, he was one of the biggest names coming from the UK and apparently received a hefty paycheck just for showing up. To my surprised, he was actually pretty good. Perhaps not the best Challenger, but he became known for gloating after doing well. While this may be … Continue reading Will Bear Become the Next Challenge Great?

The Challenge War of the Worlds: Top Moments from Episode 10

It’s time for the singles! 1. Hurricane Season The challenge is named Fandemonium and TJ brought out his hurricane fans for this one. Each competitor has five minutes to run up a hallway and deposit as many balls as possible into the specified area. The catch? They’re running toward the hurricane fans the produce winds up to 120 miles per hour. This simulates a category … Continue reading The Challenge War of the Worlds: Top Moments from Episode 10