Who were you expecting to be your toughest competitor? Did that hold true?
I expected Allen to be my toughest competitor and he was there until the end. He was as determined as he appeared to be when I first met him.
What stunt was the most challenging for you and why?
The most difficult one was the second stunt, the shots. It wasn't a matter of being able to stomach it as there is no one out there that could possibly stomach it. It was a matter of being able to hold it down long enough to pass the challenge.
Did you have any phobias going into the competition?
Yes, fear of not winning. That and fear of losing the first stunt. Once I finished the first stunt, I conquered my first fear and I moved onto the second fear of not winning. When I made it through the first stunt, I knew I would make it to the final round.
Other than winning, what was the best part about your Fear Factor experience?
The people I met, both the cast and the crew. Every time I call the Fear Factor offices, the people not only remember who I am but are really awesome. I recommend the show to anybody.
What will you do with the $50,000?
I can't imagine having 50 thousand dollars, talk to me in a week!