The challenge: Total Madness - Rogan O'Connor

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Imagine stanning a total ******** who overused his power on a small fry like Jay to compensate for his fragile ego. Some of Rogan's fans are deranged & have no moral compass. Yes, I'm sure most of us can enjoy a good villian when it's done right. 

Remember when CT assaulted Davis for no reason and then almost murdered Adam? Not even in an elimination? I bet you still stan though, trash.

Oop did I strike a nerve? You're going off topic. We're talking about what's acceptable in eliminations, not house drama. The only person I stan is the person in my avi. Get lost.

So it's acceptable when there's no reason or profit for doing it but not acceptable when it's literally your job to beat the other person. Got it

Rogan's job was to beat Jay, not try to beat him AND injure him when he is half his size. This is a game at the end of the day. If you want to injure someone because of beef, do it outside of the game. What Rogan did was unnecessary roughness like in a football game. Jasmine v. Laurel and Leroy v Cohutta in balls in are perfect examples of sportsmanship when you know you can beat someone in a physical elimination due to size advantage.

Right so Rogan should have went easy and risked Jay being quicker and smarter and finding a way to win? Jay froze, Rogan took advantage, and this whole tried to injure him thing is so BS, unless Rogan grabbed his arm and started twisting it or some shit, there's no intent to injure

 

 

 

 

 

 

Imagine stanning a total ******** who overused his power on a small fry like Jay to compensate for his fragile ego. Some of Rogan's fans are deranged & have no moral compass. Yes, I'm sure most of us can enjoy a good villian when it's done right. 

Remember when CT assaulted Davis for no reason and then almost murdered Adam? Not even in an elimination? I bet you still stan though, trash.

Oop did I strike a nerve? You're going off topic. We're talking about what's acceptable in eliminations, not house drama. The only person I stan is the person in my avi. Get lost.

So it's acceptable when there's no reason or profit for doing it but not acceptable when it's literally your job to beat the other person. Got it

Rogan's job was to beat Jay, not try to beat him AND injure him when he is half his size. This is a game at the end of the day. If you want to injure someone because of beef, do it outside of the game. What Rogan did was unnecessary roughness like in a football game. Jasmine v. Laurel and Leroy v Cohutta in balls in are perfect examples of sportsmanship when you know you can beat someone in a physical elimination due to size advantage.

Right so Rogan should have went easy and risked Jay being quicker and smarter and finding a way to win? Jay froze, Rogan took advantage, and this whole tried to injure him thing is so BS, unless Rogan grabbed his arm and started twisting it or some shit, there's no intent to injure

Cast members literally said Rogan was talking shit after he threw Jay to the ground knowing he couldn't get up but believe what you want....

No, they said he was pumped and was saying, "Don't get up, there's more where that came from", etc. Apparently you've never watched sports of any kind? That "shit talking" is common...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Imagine stanning a total ******** who overused his power on a small fry like Jay to compensate for his fragile ego. Some of Rogan's fans are deranged & have no moral compass. Yes, I'm sure most of us can enjoy a good villian when it's done right. 

Remember when CT assaulted Davis for no reason and then almost murdered Adam? Not even in an elimination? I bet you still stan though, trash.

Oop did I strike a nerve? You're going off topic. We're talking about what's acceptable in eliminations, not house drama. The only person I stan is the person in my avi. Get lost.

So it's acceptable when there's no reason or profit for doing it but not acceptable when it's literally your job to beat the other person. Got it

Rogan's job was to beat Jay, not try to beat him AND injure him when he is half his size. This is a game at the end of the day. If you want to injure someone because of beef, do it outside of the game. What Rogan did was unnecessary roughness like in a football game. Jasmine v. Laurel and Leroy v Cohutta in balls in are perfect examples of sportsmanship when you know you can beat someone in a physical elimination due to size advantage.

Right so Rogan should have went easy and risked Jay being quicker and smarter and finding a way to win? Jay froze, Rogan took advantage, and this whole tried to injure him thing is so BS, unless Rogan grabbed his arm and started twisting it or some shit, there's no intent to injure

Cast members literally said Rogan was talking shit after he threw Jay to the ground knowing he couldn't get up but believe what you want....

No, they said he was pumped and was saying, "Don't get up, there's more where that came from", etc. Apparently you've never watched sports of any kind? That "shit talking" is common...

I do watch sports, and what I know is that in football you get penalized for unnecessary roughness, but whatever keep defending that meathead. If it were someone else who you hate that did what he did, it would be a problem for you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Imagine stanning a total ******** who overused his power on a small fry like Jay to compensate for his fragile ego. Some of Rogan's fans are deranged & have no moral compass. Yes, I'm sure most of us can enjoy a good villian when it's done right. 

Remember when CT assaulted Davis for no reason and then almost murdered Adam? Not even in an elimination? I bet you still stan though, trash.

Oop did I strike a nerve? You're going off topic. We're talking about what's acceptable in eliminations, not house drama. The only person I stan is the person in my avi. Get lost.

So it's acceptable when there's no reason or profit for doing it but not acceptable when it's literally your job to beat the other person. Got it

Rogan's job was to beat Jay, not try to beat him AND injure him when he is half his size. This is a game at the end of the day. If you want to injure someone because of beef, do it outside of the game. What Rogan did was unnecessary roughness like in a football game. Jasmine v. Laurel and Leroy v Cohutta in balls in are perfect examples of sportsmanship when you know you can beat someone in a physical elimination due to size advantage.

Right so Rogan should have went easy and risked Jay being quicker and smarter and finding a way to win? Jay froze, Rogan took advantage, and this whole tried to injure him thing is so BS, unless Rogan grabbed his arm and started twisting it or some shit, there's no intent to injure

Cast members literally said Rogan was talking shit after he threw Jay to the ground knowing he couldn't get up but believe what you want....

No, they said he was pumped and was saying, "Don't get up, there's more where that came from", etc. Apparently you've never watched sports of any kind? That "shit talking" is common...

I do watch sports, and what I know is that in football you get penalized for unnecessary roughness, but whatever keep defending that meathead. If it were someone else who you hate that did what he did, it would be a problem for you.

That wouldn't be a penatly in football though lmao. Hitting someone who's smaller than you is allowed believe it or not, and if we could hear the players on the field the trash talk would be a lot worse than "don't get up"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Imagine stanning a total ******** who overused his power on a small fry like Jay to compensate for his fragile ego. Some of Rogan's fans are deranged & have no moral compass. Yes, I'm sure most of us can enjoy a good villian when it's done right. 

Remember when CT assaulted Davis for no reason and then almost murdered Adam? Not even in an elimination? I bet you still stan though, trash.

Oop did I strike a nerve? You're going off topic. We're talking about what's acceptable in eliminations, not house drama. The only person I stan is the person in my avi. Get lost.

So it's acceptable when there's no reason or profit for doing it but not acceptable when it's literally your job to beat the other person. Got it

Rogan's job was to beat Jay, not try to beat him AND injure him when he is half his size. This is a game at the end of the day. If you want to injure someone because of beef, do it outside of the game. What Rogan did was unnecessary roughness like in a football game. Jasmine v. Laurel and Leroy v Cohutta in balls in are perfect examples of sportsmanship when you know you can beat someone in a physical elimination due to size advantage.

Right so Rogan should have went easy and risked Jay being quicker and smarter and finding a way to win? Jay froze, Rogan took advantage, and this whole tried to injure him thing is so BS, unless Rogan grabbed his arm and started twisting it or some shit, there's no intent to injure

Cast members literally said Rogan was talking shit after he threw Jay to the ground knowing he couldn't get up but believe what you want....

No, they said he was pumped and was saying, "Don't get up, there's more where that came from", etc. Apparently you've never watched sports of any kind? That "shit talking" is common...

I do watch sports, and what I know is that in football you get penalized for unnecessary roughness, but whatever keep defending that meathead. If it were someone else who you hate that did what he did, it would be a problem for you.

Clearly you don't know much because that was a clean hit in football and rugby, and PS, there's no rule on the Challenge for unnecessary roughness lol half the fun of these elims are the unnecessary roughness

When I look at how the casuals are hating on him for how he did Jay, I just wonder would they have that same thought if that was CT?

When I look at how the casuals are hating on him for how he did Jay, I just wonder would they have that same thought if that was CT?

The answer is no

When I look at how the casuals are hating on him for how he did Jay, I just wonder would they have that same thought if that was CT?

They'd love it. They'd say he's the king for beating someone half his side.

When I look at how the casuals are hating on him for how he did Jay, I just wonder would they have that same thought if that was CT?

It would be his new backpack moment and used for the next ten years lol

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Imagine stanning a total ******** who overused his power on a small fry like Jay to compensate for his fragile ego. Some of Rogan's fans are deranged & have no moral compass. Yes, I'm sure most of us can enjoy a good villian when it's done right. 

Remember when CT assaulted Davis for no reason and then almost murdered Adam? Not even in an elimination? I bet you still stan though, trash.

Oop did I strike a nerve? You're going off topic. We're talking about what's acceptable in eliminations, not house drama. The only person I stan is the person in my avi. Get lost.

So it's acceptable when there's no reason or profit for doing it but not acceptable when it's literally your job to beat the other person. Got it

Rogan's job was to beat Jay, not try to beat him AND injure him when he is half his size. This is a game at the end of the day. If you want to injure someone because of beef, do it outside of the game. What Rogan did was unnecessary roughness like in a football game. Jasmine v. Laurel and Leroy v Cohutta in balls in are perfect examples of sportsmanship when you know you can beat someone in a physical elimination due to size advantage.

Right so Rogan should have went easy and risked Jay being quicker and smarter and finding a way to win? Jay froze, Rogan took advantage, and this whole tried to injure him thing is so BS, unless Rogan grabbed his arm and started twisting it or some shit, there's no intent to injure

Cast members literally said Rogan was talking shit after he threw Jay to the ground knowing he couldn't get up but believe what you want....

No, they said he was pumped and was saying, "Don't get up, there's more where that came from", etc. Apparently you've never watched sports of any kind? That "shit talking" is common...

I do watch sports, and what I know is that in football you get penalized for unnecessary roughness, but whatever keep defending that meathead. If it were someone else who you hate that did what he did, it would be a problem for you.

That wouldn't be a penatly in football though lmao. Hitting someone who's smaller than you is allowed believe it or not, and if we could hear the players on the field the trash talk would be a lot worse than "don't get up"

You're twisting my words. I'm not mad that he "hit a smaller dude".  I am mad at the INTENT to hurt a dude just because you know you can since he is smaller than you. If he had that same energy to someone his own size then I wouldn't be mad....Maybe he will if he is in a future elimination.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Imagine stanning a total ******** who overused his power on a small fry like Jay to compensate for his fragile ego. Some of Rogan's fans are deranged & have no moral compass. Yes, I'm sure most of us can enjoy a good villian when it's done right. 

Remember when CT assaulted Davis for no reason and then almost murdered Adam? Not even in an elimination? I bet you still stan though, trash.

Oop did I strike a nerve? You're going off topic. We're talking about what's acceptable in eliminations, not house drama. The only person I stan is the person in my avi. Get lost.

So it's acceptable when there's no reason or profit for doing it but not acceptable when it's literally your job to beat the other person. Got it

Rogan's job was to beat Jay, not try to beat him AND injure him when he is half his size. This is a game at the end of the day. If you want to injure someone because of beef, do it outside of the game. What Rogan did was unnecessary roughness like in a football game. Jasmine v. Laurel and Leroy v Cohutta in balls in are perfect examples of sportsmanship when you know you can beat someone in a physical elimination due to size advantage.

Right so Rogan should have went easy and risked Jay being quicker and smarter and finding a way to win? Jay froze, Rogan took advantage, and this whole tried to injure him thing is so BS, unless Rogan grabbed his arm and started twisting it or some shit, there's no intent to injure

Cast members literally said Rogan was talking shit after he threw Jay to the ground knowing he couldn't get up but believe what you want....

No, they said he was pumped and was saying, "Don't get up, there's more where that came from", etc. Apparently you've never watched sports of any kind? That "shit talking" is common...

I do watch sports, and what I know is that in football you get penalized for unnecessary roughness, but whatever keep defending that meathead. If it were someone else who you hate that did what he did, it would be a problem for you.

Clearly you don't know much because that was a clean hit in football and rugby, and PS, there's no rule on the Challenge for unnecessary roughness lol half the fun of these elims are the unnecessary roughness

It would've been a clean hit if his intentions wasn't to hurt him, but to stop him from making a point. I believe that wasn't the case tho. I would feel this way about anyone no matter if I like them or hate them.

When I look at how the casuals are hating on him for how he did Jay, I just wonder would they have that same thought if that was CT?

Oh look, another half-wit. Nobody would cheer or support CT if he pulled a stunt like Rogan did. I would argue most people can read situations right from wrong; only a souless animal wouldn't see anything wrong with what Rogan did. The fact you morons keep tossing "casual" doesn't mean anything to people who've been watching The Challenge since RRC.

 

When I look at how the casuals are hating on him for how he did Jay, I just wonder would they have that same thought if that was CT?

Oh look, another half-wit. Nobody would cheer or support CT if he pulled a stunt like Rogan did. I would argue most people can read situations right from wrong; only a souless animal wouldn't see anything wrong with what Rogan did. The fact you morons keep tossing "casual" doesn't mean anything to people who've been watching The Challenge since RRC.

lol.

Whew wtf. Rogan causing waves.

 

When I look at how the casuals are hating on him for how he did Jay, I just wonder would they have that same thought if that was CT?

Oh look, another half-wit. Nobody would cheer or support CT if he pulled a stunt like Rogan did. I would argue most people can read situations right from wrong; only a souless animal wouldn't see anything wrong with what Rogan did. The fact you morons keep tossing "casual" doesn't mean anything to people who've been watching The Challenge since RRC.

Yikes, you literally called someone a half-wit and then came out and said that lmao stupid ***

 

When I look at how the casuals are hating on him for how he did Jay, I just wonder would they have that same thought if that was CT?

Oh look, another half-wit. Nobody would cheer or support CT if he pulled a stunt like Rogan did. I would argue most people can read situations right from wrong; only a souless animal wouldn't see anything wrong with what Rogan did. The fact you morons keep tossing "casual" doesn't mean anything to people who've been watching The Challenge since RRC.

Um chile, anyways so

 

 

When I look at how the casuals are hating on him for how he did Jay, I just wonder would they have that same thought if that was CT?

Oh look, another half-wit. Nobody would cheer or support CT if he pulled a stunt like Rogan did. I would argue most people can read situations right from wrong; only a souless animal wouldn't see anything wrong with what Rogan did. The fact you morons keep tossing "casual" doesn't mean anything to people who've been watching The Challenge since RRC.

Yikes, you literally called someone a half-wit and then came out and said that lmao stupid ***

 

 

When I look at how the casuals are hating on him for how he did Jay, I just wonder would they have that same thought if that was CT?

Oh look, another half-wit. Nobody would cheer or support CT if he pulled a stunt like Rogan did. I would argue most people can read situations right from wrong; only a souless animal wouldn't see anything wrong with what Rogan did. The fact you morons keep tossing "casual" doesn't mean anything to people who've been watching The Challenge since RRC.

Um chile, anyways so

Rogan is trash but it's a physical elimination, people have been kicked, bit etc. You want sportsmanship watch sports.

King having everyone bothered lol

I love Rogan because he is unapologetically an *** lol. I find him funny. Jay's alive and well so y'all can chill. But I do want to see him there without Dee. They have one of the least exciting relationships in the shows history. However MTV will milk it for about 3 more seasons.

 

can't wait for Rogan to give us the first gay hookup since Marlon/Derrick on Rivals 2 

can't wait for Rogan to give us the first gay hookup since Marlon/Derrick on Rivals 2 

ugh I wish

***** boi dont want war 

 

can't wait for Rogan to give us the first gay hookup since Marlon/Derrick on Rivals 2 

ugh I wish

We all know its gonna be Josh that's gonna fill that spot. 

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