The seventh episode of Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test will air on Fox on Wednesday, February 8 at 9 p.m. ET.
In the most recent episode, the series’ six remaining competitors were challenged to a fist fight. The match had no official rules, and the players had to keep punching each other relentlessly. Indeed, contestants were instructed to use “violence and aggression” in the game without regard for who was rolled over or injured.
Danny Amendola and Dwight Howard fought in the first battle, and Danny lost his head gear during the fight. Surprisingly, they did not stop the fight at that point, but instead continued for several rounds. After it was announced that no competitor would kick their opponent, Danny won the challenge, while Dwight called the fight “stupid.”
In the second battle, Hannah Brown and Carli Lloyd faced off against each other. Hannah won the round, and the girls immediately hugged to make up after the fight.
Meanwhile, despite being 23 years older, Mike Piazza and Gus Kenworthy fought in the third battle. Kenworthy took advantage of it and hit Mike near the ribs, a move that the latter described as being hit by a truck. Gus eventually won the round, but no one left the show during the challenge.
The SEALs claimed that this round helped the contestants enter the warrior zone, but fans of Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test called it “barbaric.” Fans felt that forcing team players to compete against each other with no rules and multiple rounds was wrong.
Fans of Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test believe that forcing competitors to compete against each other is a bad idea
The show’s hosts explained that because players cannot choose their enemies on the battlefield, they must engage in the ultimate “fight till death” challenge.
Fans of Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test, on the other hand, disagreed, claiming that the task was flawed in numerous ways.
Hannah overcame a new set of challenges in Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test episode 7
The remaining six contestants on the show were challenged in the episode to complete a mission resembling chemical warfare. The recruits had to go inside a tear gas-filled tank, answer some questions while coughing, find a medical bag, and escape through an alternate exit.
The seals refused to allow former Bachelorette Hannah Brown, who suffers from asthma, to complete the task. During the challenge, she was forced to stand in a corner and was later asked to “suffer” alongside her fellow cast members. She was instructed to get wet, roll in the sand, and then perform manual labour for two hours at 105 degrees. Hannah was asked to carry heavy bags, but she completed her task.
Meanwhile, Carli Lloyd and Mike Piazza were unable to extract the emergency bag from the tank.
Every Wednesday at 9 p.m. ET, new episodes of Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test air on Fox.