The Challenge: War of The Worlds II: Dee-Day

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Wow Jordan ...... is so smart lol

one hand pulling a rope .. and he knows how to use his brains to his advantage. He’s deserves all the credit and the shit talking he does. Wow

I ******* hate Ninja. That's all. 

Jordan really is GOAT. Landon didn't showcase this level of strategic awareness in an elimination that clearly benefits his opponent more. 

Landon only lost once. 

Mind boggling how Jordan be winning eliminations that involves using his hands

Wes is probably jackin it right now. 

Mind boggling how Jordan be winning eliminations that involves using his hands

Crazy

Mind boggling how Jordan be winning eliminations that involves using his hands

You'd think that Josh would have the upper hand, or that Jordan was shorthanded, but I really gotta hand it to Jordan for handing Josh the loss on that one. 

 

Jordan really is GOAT. Landon didn't showcase this level of strategic awareness in an elimination that clearly benefits his opponent more. 

Landon only lost once. 

The intensity of the challenges man, can't compare to how my guy performed on Exes 2, Dirty 30 and WoTW2. Come on. He's definitely GOAT of these era. Gotta at least see that.

I have to give Captain Hook that.

but only that. Smile

I can't believe it took this long for them to get rid of Josh tho.

He won that strategically like how he wins all his eliminations. He’s the GOAT. Forever stanning.

 

Mind boggling how Jordan be winning eliminations that involves using his hands

You'd think that Josh would have the upper hand, or that Jordan was shorthanded, but I really gotta hand it to Jordan for handing Josh the loss on that one. 

Jordan really was impressive in this elim but i feel like that's how he's always lived his life. "I know i don't have a full hand so how can i work around it?" He's extremely adaptable. Josh really lost to a guy half his size who has one hand. I can't believe he didn't change up his strategy after he realized Jordan isn't gonna pull all of it right away 

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You'd think that Josh would have the upper hand, or that Jordan was shorthanded, but I really gotta hand it to Jordan for handing Josh the loss on that one. 

Jordan really was impressive in this elim but i feel like that's how he's always lived his life. "I know i don't have a full hand so how can i work around it?" He's extremely adaptable. Josh really lost to a guy half his size who has one hand. I can't believe he didn't change up his strategy after he realized Jordan isn't gonna pull all of it right away 

You are correct. This HAS to at some point be way more embarrassing for Josh than it is great for Jordan. I mean he not only lost but he got ****** swept. 

Landon only lost once. 

The intensity of the challenges man, can't compare to how my guy performed on Exes 2, Dirty 30 and WoTW2. Come on. He's definitely GOAT of these era. Gotta at least see that.

I'll give him that. I hate Jordan with a passion but he's at least in the Landon/Alton tier, albeit without being as much of a physical specimen. I think that Landon and Alton could compete in today's game, and looked Super Saiyan back then. I will also give Jordan credit for also being more aware of the game (ie not taking things too personally because he's aware of other people's strategies in the game) And I have to give Paulie credit for at least seeing Jordan on that. 

 

You'd think that Josh would have the upper hand, or that Jordan was shorthanded, but I really gotta hand it to Jordan for handing Josh the loss on that one. 

Jordan really was impressive in this elim but i feel like that's how he's always lived his life. "I know i don't have a full hand so how can i work around it?" He's extremely adaptable. Josh really lost to a guy half his size who has one hand. I can't believe he didn't change up his strategy after he realized Jordan isn't gonna pull all of it right away 

You are correct. This HAS to at some point be way more embarrassing for Josh than it is great for Jordan. I mean he not only lost but he got ****** swept. 

It would normally be pretty embarrassing, but Jordan seriously is a beast.. more than anybody has ever seen and it showed tonight. Jordan’s adaptability is unbelievable and that’s a huge asset in any competition. Imagine if Jordan did have both his hands, he’d be unbeatable. But on that note, I feel like him disability from birth is what made him so adaptable and so driven.

If CT said that was one of the most impressive elimination he ever saw... that means something.

jordan is the GOAT. 

 

 

Landon only lost once. 

The intensity of the challenges man, can't compare to how my guy performed on Exes 2, Dirty 30 and WoTW2. Come on. He's definitely GOAT of these era. Gotta at least see that.

I'll give him that. I hate Jordan with a passion but he's at least in the Landon/Alton tier, albeit without being as much of a physical specimen. I think that Landon and Alton could compete in today's game, and looked Super Saiyan back then. I will also give Jordan credit for also being more aware of the game (ie not taking things too personally because he's aware of other people's strategies in the game) And I have to give Paulie credit for at least seeing Jordan on that. 

Yeah, I do think Landon and Alton are athletes that can still hold there one in todays challenges, but I think Jordan for me edges out, even by a tiny bit given his one hand, despite growing up with it. Idk. I'm just in awe with his strategy. It was so great. 

Josh did great this season

If CT said that was one of the most impressive elimination he ever saw... that means something.

jordan is the GOAT. 

 

his musty opinion means literally less than nothing.

I still wanna know why Bananas is in the threads photo lol

Do you guys think if Ninja was Leroy's partner Joss and Kayleigh would still lose?

I mean josh STILL lost 3-0 to someone with 1 hand in an elimination that he on paper should have at least got a point. Credit to Jordan but yikes for people saying this is good for Josh 

 

 

Jordan really is GOAT. Landon didn't showcase this level of strategic awareness in an elimination that clearly benefits his opponent more. 

Landon only lost once. 

The intensity of the challenges man, can't compare to how my guy performed on Exes 2, Dirty 30 and WoTW2. Come on. He's definitely GOAT of these era. Gotta at least see that.

Wait now... cause let's not do this intensity stuff. Landon was on Duel 2 which was more intense than a few of the current challenges like rivals 3 for example I'd say and if not at least more than all the other seasons he competed on. On that season he was still dominant and proved to be a force no matter what the comp was. I can't exactly see Jordan winning consecutive daily's as he's flopped a few times and wasn't the best of the day on his team all the time. I also feel like there were definitely a sprinkle of missions that were intense and adventurous on Gauntlet and Inferno 2 for example that get overlooked because of the diversity in the missions.  

Anyway, Jordan's adaptability and brians is praise worthy though but let's not do Landon and even Alton.

I mean josh STILL lost 3-0 to someone with 1 hand in an elimination that he on paper should have at least got a point. Credit to Jordan but yikes for people saying this is good for Josh 

But it was Jordan tho. Jordan even gave Josh his props. It's different if he were to lose to someone like Rogan or Idris or even Kyle. Jordan's a beast and not easy to take down and he uses his brain. It's not that bad of a look.

Jordan's a ******* godly competitor.

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