The Challenge USA July 13, 2022 Eliminated Tiffany Mitchell & Cashel Barnett (Recap)

The Challenge USA July 13, 2022 Eliminated Tiffany Mitchell & Cashel Barnett (Recap)

Hey, “The Challenge USA” fans. Tonight, July 13, 2022, another new episode of The Challenge USA season 1 did indeed air and another pair of unlucky contestants did get sent packing at the end.

Tonight’s episode kicked off with the contestants getting randomly paired up with different partners than what they had in last week’s episode. Kyland got paired with Sarah Lacina. Derek Xiao got paired with Tasha Fox. Cayla Platt got paired with James Wallington.

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Tyson got paired with Justine Ndiba. Leo Temory got paired with Angela Rummans. Xavier Prather got paired with Azah. Cashel Barnett got paired with Tiffany Mitchell. Enzo Palumbo got paired with Alyssa Lopez. Danny McCray got paired with Desi Williams. Domenick Abbate got paired with Shannon St. Clair. Ben Driebergen got paired with Shan Smith. Cinco Holland Jr. got paired with Cashay Proudfoot and David Alexander got paired with Kyra Green.

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Cashay told the private cams that she definitely was not happy to be paired with her ex Cinco from Love Island. At one point, Tiffany and Cinco were seen flirting a bit.

Next, host TJ Lavin showed up with their first challenge of this episode. It was called the “Yeah Boy” challenge. In it, they had to climb a latter that was located in a body of water. Then, they had to jump onto a spinning tire buoy and collect letters from it. Then, they had to use those letters to form the most words on a board.

During the challenge, James fell while trying to jump on to one of the buoys, and he said it hurt really bad. Unfortunately, for James and his partner Cayla, they were never able to spell any words. So, they lost and had to compete in the elimination challenge. Tyson and Justine ended up winning the comp, and they got $10,000 dollars to add to their challenge accounts. They also got to pick who would face off against James and Cayla in the elimination comp.

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Tyson asked James and Cayla if they had any suggestions of who they wanted to face in the elimination challenge. They suggested Tiffany and Cashel, claiming Tiffany is who is holding the Big Brother team together. Justine said, “That’s definitely something to consider.”

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At one point, Cashay saw Cinco carrying Tiffany to bed, and she told the private cams, “Cinco is so easily manipulated by women.” Cashay told Kyra about it, and she said that makes Tiffany a target.

During the elimination challenge, it was revealed that Tyson and Justine chose Tiffany and Cashel to compete against James and Cayla. Then, they showed footage of why Tyson and Justine made that decision. Apparently, a lot of people, including Tiffany’s former Big Brother castmates Alyssa and Xavier, told Tyson that they definitely wanted Tiffany out of this game.

In the elimination challenge, Tiffany, Cashel,James and Cayla had to compete in a comp called, “Knowledge Is Power.” It required them to pedal bikes connected to a power station until it lit up to reveal 12 symbols. They had to memorize them and recreate them on a board 3 times for the win.

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James and Cayla got it done first to claim the victory. That means Tiffany Mitchell and Cashel Barnett lost and got eliminated in this episode. How do you guys feel about that? Let us know in the comments section.

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Alright, guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest, “The Challenge USA” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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