The Challenge: War of The Worlds - Final Destination

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All those steroids and Kyle still lost... I have to laugh. Theo on the other hand did amazing despite being more height than weight. Definitely will be a champion soon.

Graphik wrote:
Challenge 17 wrote:
sourcup wrote:
FromTheNorth wrote:At no point should anyone ever feel safe during these challenges, especially ones with heights. There's been tons of injuries simply due to incompetence by whatever safety team they have. They made them jump out of a plane on XXX final for no reason and Jordan fractured his leg, and there's been countless of heights over water injuries that shouldn't have happened
Y'all say this but rip into Theo B. 
Because he's a quitter who talked on and on about how good he was only to give up the second things got hard. For someone who claims to be ready for the NFL, he sure wimped over the possibility of an injury.  
GTFOH he only "talked himself up" against Cory assuming it was something physical like the first one....he didnt go "on and on" about anything.And how about possibility of DEATH.  Wasn't no simple "injury" coming from a malfunction that high up lmaooooo the ****? ROFL

he talked every episode of real world about how his bench warmer lower d1 *** almost made the NFL like he's this amazing athlete and then he immediately quits literally the second things get scary. 

Being an athlete doesn’t mean you like to jump off cliffs. 

Yall need to let this Theo thing go lol 

Yall need to let this Theo thing go lol 
Just like y’all need to stop worrying about these challengers love life and personal business, but that’ll never happen. 

KChallenge10 wrote:
Yall need to let this Theo thing go lol 

Just like y’all need to stop worrying about these challengers love life and personal business, but that’ll never happen. 

I personally don't care much about that stuff but if it's brought into the show I feel we have a right to comment on it unlike Theo who will never be back. Let the hurt go. He dissapointed me too :(  

Seeing some of these challenges, it’s a wonder someone hasn’t broken their neck and ended up in a wheelchair.  

Theo was disappointing in that elimination but he found a way to win.  I'm not going to lie and say that I didn't think he'd perform better.   I absolutely thought he would.  JMO but Hunter would have destroyed Kyle in that elimination.  I expected Theo to do the same.

My god. Dee and ninja are insufferable.

Theo was disappointing in that elimination but he found a way to win.  I'm not going to lie and say that I didn't think he'd perform better.   I absolutely thought he would.  JMO but Hunter would have destroyed Kyle in that elimination.  I expected Theo to do the same.

I think people underestimate Kyle because when we first saw him he was skinny on Vendettas. He steroided up and hit the gym hard and physically has proven to be a pretty tough competitor. Theo did good, especially for his first elimination ever. 

kvm1977 wrote:
Theo was disappointing in that elimination but he found a way to win.  I'm not going to lie and say that I didn't think he'd perform better.   I absolutely thought he would.  JMO but Hunter would have destroyed Kyle in that elimination.  I expected Theo to do the same.

I think people underestimate Kyle because when we first saw him he was skinny on Vendettas. He steroided up and hit the gym hard and physically has proven to be a pretty tough competitor. Theo did good, especially for his first elimination ever. 

A combination of underestimating Kyle and overestimating Theo is why people think Theo performed porlely. Theo just never got low on those tackels. 

deeper wrote:
kvm1977 wrote:Theo was disappointing in that elimination but he found a way to win.  I'm not going to lie and say that I didn't think he'd perform better.   I absolutely thought he would.  JMO but Hunter would have destroyed Kyle in that elimination.  I expected Theo to do the same.
I think people underestimate Kyle because when we first saw him he was skinny on Vendettas. He steroided up and hit the gym hard and physically has proven to be a pretty tough competitor. Theo did good, especially for his first elimination ever. 

A combination of underestimating Kyle and overestimating Theo is why people think Theo performed porlely. Theo just never got low on those tackels. 

Theo did about as well as I expected him too. Yes he’s tall but that doesn’t always help. He’s pretty skinny and this Elim generally favors short/stalky types (CJ vs Zach is a good example). Lower center of gravity kind of thing. 

CJ wasn't short and stalky.  CJ was just far smarter than Zach.   I agree that height isn;t everything and definitely isn't always helpful but Theo's track background should have enabled him to dominate that elimination.  I may have "overestimated" Theo but it wasn't about underestimating Kyle.   Theo, like Turbo, should be able to dominate most of these people.

"Theo should have dominated that elimination" ***** if he didnt dominate, how the hell did he send Kyle packing and arriving at the airport looking like a battered mummy? You overestimating Theo doesnt make his win any less impressive. You're literally just going out of your way to discredit him but i cant say im surprised.

"Theo should have dominated that elimination" ***** if he didnt dominate, how the hell did he send Kyle packing and arriving at the airport looking like a battered mummy? You overestimating Theo doesnt make his win any less impressive. You're literally just going out of your way to discredit him but i cant say im surprised.

What are you talking about?  I like Theo and hope we see him on many more seasons. He is by far the best Male rookie...only Turbo is close. You can like someone and acknowledge they didn't live up to your expectations. Its called being unbiased. Try it sometime

"Theo should have dominated that elimination" ***** if he didnt dominate, how the hell did he send Kyle packing and arriving at the airport looking like a battered mummy? You overestimating Theo doesnt make his win any less impressive. You're literally just going out of your way to discredit him but i cant say im surprised.

You do know he was already injured right? It wasn't because of Theo...... and no he didn't dominate, it was a hard fought elimination. 

InterFan wrote:
"Theo should have dominated that elimination" ***** if he didnt dominate, how the hell did he send Kyle packing and arriving at the airport looking like a battered mummy? You overestimating Theo doesnt make his win any less impressive. You're literally just going out of your way to discredit him but i cant say im surprised.

What are you talking about?  I like Theo and hope we see him on many more seasons. He is by far the best Male rookie...only Turbo is close. You can like someone and acknowledge they didn't live up to your expectations. Its called being unbiased. Try it sometime

Best male rookie in what way? Because if we're looking at general athleticism/being amazing at Challenges, I'd give the slight edge to Turbo but I guess it's a matter of opinion cause they're definitely close.

kvm1977 wrote:
Theo was disappointing in that elimination but he found a way to win.  I'm not going to lie and say that I didn't think he'd perform better.   I absolutely thought he would.  JMO but Hunter would have destroyed Kyle in that elimination.  I expected Theo to do the same.

I think people underestimate Kyle because when we first saw him he was skinny on Vendettas. He steroided up and hit the gym hard and physically has proven to be a pretty tough competitor. Theo did good, especially for his first elimination ever. 

Don't care for Kyle. But where's all this steriod talk coming from?

InterFan wrote:
"Theo should have dominated that elimination" ***** if he didnt dominate, how the hell did he send Kyle packing and arriving at the airport looking like a battered mummy? You overestimating Theo doesnt make his win any less impressive. You're literally just going out of your way to discredit him but i cant say im surprised.

You do know he was already injured right? It wasn't because of Theo...... and no he didn't dominate, it was a hard fought elimination. 

He was no where near injured to that extent. And Theo did dominate. Im stating a fact, not asking your input and opinion.

Challenge 17 wrote:
InterFan wrote:"Theo should have dominated that elimination" ***** if he didnt dominate, how the hell did he send Kyle packing and arriving at the airport looking like a battered mummy? You overestimating Theo doesnt make his win any less impressive. You're literally just going out of your way to discredit him but i cant say im surprised.
You do know he was already injured right? It wasn't because of Theo...... and no he didn't dominate, it was a hard fought elimination. 

He was no where near injured to that extent. And Theo did dominate. Im stating a fact, not asking your input and opinion.

How did Theo dominate? Winning =/= dominating

Dominating is Alton va Danny Dias on G2 or Evelyn vs Casey on G3.  Or when they do pole wrestling and someone wins 5-0 not a tough battle.  See Emily vs Paula or CT vs John on Cutthroat. That's dominating 

Kyle most def overstated his injuries at the time for sympathy and effect. Theo won and won how I expected. Kyle is tall and weighs a lot more than Theo and still lost. What does track have to do with being able to out weigh somebody?

Kyle did good, better than I expected. 

Kyle most def overstated his injuries at the time for sympathy and effect. Theo won and won how I expected. Kyle is tall and weighs a lot more than Theo and still lost. What does track have to do with being able to out weigh somebody?

i remember when he was eliminated there was a pic of him on crutches and all messed up from I believe the airport so he definitely sustained injuries. Both did well and I’m glad they put in their all 

TuesDaze wrote:
Kyle most def overstated his injuries at the time for sympathy and effect. Theo won and won how I expected. Kyle is tall and weighs a lot more than Theo and still lost. What does track have to do with being able to out weigh somebody?

i remember when he was eliminated there was a pic of him on crutches and all messed up from I believe the airport so he definitely sustained injuries. Both did well and I’m glad they put in their all 

I know he sustained injury’s but his knee cap wasn’t falling off before the elimination. Like how he kept the paint on his face he was definitely amping it up. It was a pretty good elimination I give them both that. We don’t often get those any more so over analyzing it just seems pointless to me 

Theo is skinny/lanky and he did as well as I thought he would. No way I thought he would dominate nor did he. Kyle was hurt in multiple places beforehand and was def milking it and I'm sure it all got worst after the elimination. 

y’all weird. they both did good no one really “dominated”

People acting like height doesnt add weight lol. Also acting like Theo is stick skinny..

imallergic wrote:
TuesDaze wrote:Kyle most def overstated his injuries at the time for sympathy and effect. Theo won and won how I expected. Kyle is tall and weighs a lot more than Theo and still lost. What does track have to do with being able to out weigh somebody?
i remember when he was eliminated there was a pic of him on crutches and all messed up from I believe the airport so he definitely sustained injuries. Both did well and I’m glad they put in their all 

I know he sustained injury’s but his knee cap wasn’t falling off before the elimination. Like how he kept the paint on his face he was definitely amping it up. It was a pretty good elimination I give them both that. We don’t often get those any more so over analyzing it just seems pointless to me 

People need to to let that paint thing go. Not all paint just washes off quickly after a shower lol. 

y’all weird. they both did good no one really “dominated”

People acting like height doesnt add weight lol. Also acting like Theo is stick skinny..
Kyle is also tall on top of weighing a lot lmao, Theo bulking up now and I think that’s because he knew he was lanky 

Kyle most def overstated his injuries at the time for sympathy and effect. Theo won and won how I expected. Kyle is tall and weighs a lot more than Theo and still lost. What does track have to do with being able to out weigh somebody?

The track part is probably since he's a sprinter, people might have expected him to get to the end of the hall faster, making Kyle have to push further? It kinda makes sense but idk.

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