The Challenge USA episode 10 was jam-packed with drama, action, and the beginnings of some crumbling partnerships. That makes perfect sense given how close we are to the conclusion! Let’s just reiterate right off the bat that The Big Brother alum Angela Rummans is this week’s challenger of the week because she was the only member of the group to finish the task. She demonstrated once more in this week’s show that she is this season’s top competitor among both men and women! If she makes it past the upcoming round of elimination and into the final. www.tvacute.com provides a comprehensive recap on this page.
Although Ben and Enzo Palumbo are closer than ever, Enzo is concerned about whether he will make it through this week’s men’s elimination. Players compete against one another by using pegs to climb a wall that is linked to a driving semi truck until they can reach the end and pull a cord to stop the clock. Tyson and David are the first to go. but Tyson feels disappointed in himself for not coming up with the best plan, and he also believes that no one else will be able to complete the challenge if he can’t. Sarah and Alyssa are the next competitors. Alyssa makes it a little bit further before the time limit but Sarah goes off the wall quite early and receives an immediate DQ. The next pair are Dom and Danny, with Dom making the most progress so far despite nearly falling off his board. Following Justine, Cayla steps on the first peg and tumbles off. Ben actually comes close to making it across the entire wall when Enzo and Ben arrive next. The best run thus yet has been his, but Angela is next. She becomes the first and only participant to complete the entire course. David had the poorest run of the losers, thus he is immediately eliminated. David tells Ben and Angela he wants to compete against either Tyson or Dom when they are all back at the house.
Angela was terrified of having to run a final with Enzo, therefore she was adamant about having him participate. Even though Ben didn’t like it, he nevertheless agreed to it. Sarah Lacina was upset by that. David, who placed last in the main challenge, was also disturbed by it, mainly because Enzo was his favorite, and David didn’t want to compete against him. Although we enjoy seeing Enzo as entertainment, Angela did have a point: If Enzo slept through the entire season and didn’t put in the effort to form many relationships, he is solely responsible for his current predicament.
Balls In, the elimination challenge. In an effort to put the ball in the goal in the center of the ring, players alternate between offense and defense. After five rounds, the player with the most goals wins. Before the first round, both guys get revved up, and David is the first to attack. Even though David is able to get back up after being tackled to the ground by Enzo, Enzo ultimately picks him up and throws him out of bounds. When Enzo attacks, the round is over before he has a chance to get inside the ring.
In the second round, David swiftly wins the first point and shoves Enzo outside the ring before they can tie it up. Both men are obviously weary by the third round, and Enzo successfully prevents David from scoring once again. But David also prevents Enzo from making a point. In round four, Enzo once more blocks David and earns his first point, tying the match going into the decisive round. Round five is the decisive one, but David simply throws the ball into the middle without making any real effort, missing the goal entirely. The next player to go on offense is Enzo, who comfortably scores the final point to eliminate David. David made the error of focusing on Enzo rather than going for the ball immediately, which ultimately proved to be his downfall. After winning, Enzo is fired up, but none of the women is glad to see him return because it means they will probably have to team up with him in the final.