Who were you expecting to be your toughest competitor? Did that hold true?
Holly and yes it did. Right when you meet someone you go off their physical appearance, and then when I found out she was a gymnast, I knew she would be a tough competitor if there was anything to do with strength and power to weight ratio. She wasn't that big but was all ripped up and ready to go.
What stunt was the most challenging for you and why?
At first, I wasn't worried about the eating at all, but the eating almost did me in. I thought I was going to vomit; it was rough. I also had a hard time with the keys and hooks; the little unexpected stuff was a pain.
Did you have any phobias going into the competition?
Yes, getting beat. I hate to lose.
Other than winning, what was the best part about your Fear Factor experience?
It was fun. I had a great group of people. Everyone I was with was really cool. This was the first time also with a camera rolling that I have not gotten hurt. My friends and I joke around a lot with the camera; I like to get a little wild when there are cameras rolling.
What will you do with the $50,000?
I don't know, probably buy my mom, dad, brother and sister something nice. Go out and celebrate. Eventually, I'll move to LA and you will all see my face again.