WHEN Ant Middleton quit SAS Who Dares Wins it was claimed the show had ‘gone soft’ due to meddling by the woke brigade.
So he might not want to watch this weekend’s episode which features one of the most brutal moments in the Channel 4 show’s history.
In the burning heat of the Jordanian desert, the recruits are challenged to take on the iconic ‘murder ball’ game which sees them fight over a tyre.
The show’s new chief DS, Rudy Reyes, wasted no time pitting the men against the women after declaring all recruits would be treated equally on the course.
That leads to one of the most savage take downs ever seen on the show as one of the women is sent flying by a male rival.
A TV insider said: “Even veteran special forces hardman Jason ‘Foxy’ Fox was left wincing by the incident.
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“The man ploughs right into her sending her flying. While she gets back up on her feet she quickly loses consciousness and former Navy SEAL, Remi Adeleke, who was also a combat medic, has to rush into help her.
“The woman in question is forced out of the show by medics fearing she could have a brain injury, but she begs to keep her spot.”
After the clash, Rudy tells her: “A brain and nervous system injury, or the possibility of one, can be fatal and we have more violence ahead on this course, do you understand?
“It has to be the call, but f***ing great effort, fantastic.”
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After the incident Rudy described murder ball as the “most gangster thing” he’s seen on TV.
He said: “I’ll tell you what, we have our American football and we have our MMA and our boxing, I think that murder ball utilising a tyre for the freaking ball may be the most gangster thing, it’s like Braveheart when they smash into each other.”
SAS: Who Dares Wins airs Sunday, April 24 at 9pm on Channel 4.
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