Challenge: All-Stars (Season 3) Spoilers!
On May 11, 2022, Paramount+ debuted The Challenge: All-Stars season 3. 25 former actors from the primary series are fighting for $500,000 this season.
I never anticipated that The Challenge: All-Stars 3 would have pole wrestling. These athletes are much older than they were the last time they competed for that tiny pole! Another point is that most eliminations have included a puzzle equalization.
The classic elimination returned this closer to the final, but we’re getting two significant elimination bouts for it. Could our luck be any better? Let’s review.
Derrick is happy that Mark is in the house following last week’s unexpected elimination since it shows that he can compete on The Challenge when he turns 60. Additionally, they are the only players in this game with four stars. So the old guys have a promising future ahead of them!
Disclaimer: Vevmo is the source of all information, which is updated regularly. When they are filming, contestants have individuals handle their social media. Someone did not necessarily go home only because they posted.
Elimination rounds in the Pit will precede individual challenges in which players compete against one another. The Authority will be made up of the top 3 men and women. While the final man and woman will be transported straight to the Arena, the Authorities will be spared from elimination.
The Authorities will then have to decide which man and which lady will go up against the day’s losers in the Arena. Finally, the players will engage in an elimination competition in the Arena. The winner of the round is promoted to the next game while the loser is eliminated.
Mark informs Jonna that Derrick tries to join, but Jonna intends to include Wes to “shut him up” and lower his ego a few notches. And Jonna explains to Mark how each of the three women wants the competition to end. Kailah and Derrick make their choice.
Two Treehouse members will enter the Arena. As a result, so shortly after, another person was physically disqualified. This alliance has had a rough week. Wes pouts away because he’s upset he didn’t receive what he wanted. Now that they are unsure about Derrick’s decision, Wes and Nehemiah must both get ready to face him.
Turn On My Fire—Pole wrestling, with an additional step for whoever removes the pole. Then, to declare victory, they must sprint to the cauldron at the end of the stadium and light it on fire.
The first group to move engages in a vicious wrestling match. This is an actual battle from the first second, with bodies flying in all directions and hard hits being exchanged. However, because the program ends on a cliffhanger, we cannot learn who wins. How unkind! I can’t wait to see what occurs here after a whole week! Ugh.
Wes, for arranging the most bizarre video call we’ve ever witnessed on The Challenge and attempting to satisfy public demand for a Derrick-Wes Pole Wrestle sequel.
On Wednesdays, see brand-new episodes of All-Stars 3 on Paramount+.
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