“The Challenge” Fans Think Tori & Jordan Shouldn’t Be Cast On The Same Season

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MTV’s “The Challenge” fans are speaking out about wanting to see less couples participate in seasons together!

Jordan Wisely and Tori Deal who once got engaged on the show are not dating anymore but the way they play the game, you would think they’re married.

Fans are now letting it be known that the two should not be cast on the same season again to avoid messy game play.

View their reactions below:

“I use to love the challenge, I’d get excited for every season, I’d check vevmo DAILY for tea but ever since they started getting cast more frequently and the vacation alliance crept in, I’ve lost so much interest. I only watch highligh clips, the eliminations (if they’re good)

And the podcasts. That’s it. They’ve ruined my favorite show and I’ll never forgive them or production for it until they are gone.” – Drew

“Better yet, stop casting them for at least a few seasons. Your talent pool should be growing with the spin-offs and start utilizing more of them. @TheChallenge @BunimMurray” – Traci

“Yes!!! Every season I dislike Tori more and more, she is played out! Never been a Jordan fan, was so happy when Bananas put him in his place. You can tell this guy is a womanizer so aggressive towards any of his female partners.” – Carl

“YES sick of this thing; I would much rather see REAL competition instead of Dawson’s Creek” – Deph

“She has been the most selfish partner I’ve ever seen. I like her work but every me can’t change their game because of your friends/ex. Shoot Kacie went against her ACTUAL girlfriend.” – Aricka

“OMG I was saying the same thing after the last episode. And its funny I use to like both of them but man last season and now their antics bring down the show. I am so done with hearing about them and they pretty much don’t play the game anymore they just want to be with their frd” – Shep

Looks like everyone is over these two. Thoughts?

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