The Sumo wrestling competition returns tonight on Survivor for the latest Immunity Challenge. Could this finally be Coyopa’s shot at their first win this season?
In the video clip below we get a preview of the John Rocker vs Jon Misch battle. Jeff reveals the previous four rounds resulted in a tie of 2-2 which means the winner here gives their tribe a slight edge. Gotta say that Jon does a lot better than I expect of most anyone going up against a huge guy like Rocker. Jon slams right in to him at the very start and doesn’t let up. If he beats Rocker then I’ll be very impressed because that can’t be easy.
Check out the photos below and then watch the spoilers segment on what we’ll get to watch later tonight on Survivor Blood Vs Water.
Tonight on Survivor the 2014 season of Blood Vs Water returns with the second episode after last week’s elimination of Nadiya and the promise of a unique exchange with Jeff.
It’s Coyopa’s time to step up to the plate after back to back losses in last week’s premiere. We’ve seen the preview of this week’s Exile Island challenge and I’ve already shared tonight’s Survivor spoilers on who wins that competition.
As for that interesting situation with Jeff, Hunahpu has managed to lose their flint and they want to make an offer to get a replacement. Jeff said in an interview that it’s not often that there’s bartering but tonight we’ll find out how that goes.
The Immunity Challenge is the Sumo wrestling competition and the match up between Jon and John was hyped as part of a sneak peek in to this week’s episode. Heck, unless Rocker turns out to be clumsy a John vs anyone match up should be fun to watch. The guy towers over the rest of them!
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This week another two loved ones will face off in the Exile arena where the loser will head to isolation along with someone from the winner’s tribe. According to the TV Guide preseason preview spoilers reveal the pairing will be John Rocker and Julie McGee. From this week’s preview clip we can predict who lost.
CBS shared photos from the tribes gathering at the arena and all sitting together as a whole tribe. These were likely from before the challenge commenced. Once the challenge was over there’s an exchange between Hunahpu and Jeff Probst. During this discussion we can see someone is missing from both tribes.
Over on the blue Hunahpu tribe there’s an empty spot where Jeremy Collins sat and another on orange Coyopa where John Rocker was sitting. That suggests Julie won the duel sending John off to Exile and she selected Jeremy, or he volunteered.
Last week we saw Jeremy and Val compete in the rope and hook challenge, but this one might be even tougher. The competing castaways, a pair between the two tribes, will have to carry balls on a paddle across an obstacle course before rolling them up a ramp to secure them in holes at the top.
The premise is simple, but when it comes to balancing anything it never turns out to be easy. I’m guessing there will be a lot of start-overs involved with this one.
Check out the photos below from CBS showing the arena challenge layout and the tribes arriving to witness the next competition.
This week on Survivor 2014, the Coyopa tribe is looking for its first win after a double round of victories by Hunahpu, but it’s still early with just one week in to the season so far.
Last week Dale may have bought himself some extra time in the tribe when he used his glasses to start fire, but how long will that goodwill last? Maybe the guys will band together with their numbers advantage now with Nadiya voted out. Should Hunahpu find themselves across from Jeff this week they’ll have to decide if it’s best to keep Natalie with her sister eliminated or if that just frees her up to be voted off next.
Who is left on Survivor 2014 Blood Vs Water? Here’s a rundown of the remaining castaways on each of the two tribes:
- Val Collins
- Baylor Wilson
- Jaclyn Schultz
- Alec Christy
Nadiya Anderson– eliminated last week
- Josh Canfield
- Wesley Nale
- Dale Wentworth
- John Rocker
- Jeremy Collins
- Missy Payne
- Jon Misch
- Drew Christy
- Natalie Anderson
- Reed Kelly
- Keith Nale
- Kelley Wenworth
- Julie McGee
We’ll soon find out if it’s Hunahpu’s turn at Tribal or if Coyopa is heading right back with this week’s Sumo wrestling challenge.