‘The Challenge’ Preview: Josh Fears Cory Is ‘Becoming A Bigger…


During the Oct. 6 episode of ‘The Challenge,’ it’s time for the veterans to turn on each other, and Josh is ready to go after Cory for defecting to the other side.

On The Challenge: Spies, Lies & Allies, Priscilla Anyabu played a key role in breaking up the veteran alliance by ensuring that no rookie/rookie teams remained after her elimination win. She chose Josh Martinez as her new partner, while Jeremiah White chose Tori Deal, making all of the teams veteran/rookie or veteran/veteran. This meant that every week, there was no rookie/rookie team to vote into elimination.

Tori adds in an EXCLUSIVE sneak peek of the Oct. 6 episode, “I don’t blame her, guy.” “She is correct when she claims that the entire house will vote for her anyway.

That is exactly what is going on. So she just threw a spanner in the works.” Despite the fact that the veterans had been working together all season to eliminate rookies, it was clear that now was the moment for them to go it alone.

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Cory Wharton on season 37 of ‘The Challenge.’ (MTV)

In a confessional, Tori says, “All of the vets are scrambling.” “A vet is being voted down to elimination [no matter what] this week at headquarters. I have to give Priscilla credit, but even though it was a bold action, it will have repercussions.”

Surprisingly, it turns out that veteran Cory Wharton was aware of Jeremiah and Priscilla’s plans to kidnap Tori and Josh, as he acknowledges to Tori and Josh in the video above. “All the vets can stroll around here like we’re one big happy family,” he adds in his confessional, “but it’s not time to get your troops together and be ready — because it’s about to turn ugly.”

Cory’s easygoing attitude toward the end of the vet alliance irritates Josh and a few other participants. Josh tells Ashley Mitchell, Kyle Christie, and Amanda Garcia, “This is what irritates me.” “Cory comes up to me and says, ‘Oh, I think [Priscilla] will select you or Kyle,’ and I’m like, ‘How do you know?’ ‘Well, she told me,’ he says. I mean, really?

On that side, I believe Cory is the f***ing boss. When Tori and I were talking in the kitchen, he said, ‘Well, it’s game on, it’s been fun.'”

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Josh Martinez on saeson 37 of ‘The Challenge.’

Kyle admits to having similar experiences with Cory, and Ashley believes it’s because Cory and the rookies are focusing their attention on her. “Everyone believes I don’t need to win again because I’m a two-time champion, but I do,” she argues. “It means a great deal to me. I aim to be the first female to win three races. These veterinarians have been after me for the past few seasons, so I’m really nervous right now.”

Josh is ready to make a move on Cory after noticing how close he is to the rookies. Josh explains, “I’m not Cory’s number one, and I’m not his number two.” “Before me, he recruited Jeremiah, a rookie. So I’m thinking, and now I’m beginning to see… Cory is starting to become more of a problem than many people believe he is.” MTV’s The Challenge airs on Wednesdays at 8:00 p.m.

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