MTV’s “The Challenge” just finished airing it’s 38th season and one of the rookies really caught the eye of many!
Fans cannot stop talking about newbie Horacio Gutiérrez and how he took out Challenge champ Turbo Çamkıran!
There’s currently a poll and conversation going around with fans debating if Turbo or Horacio had the better rookie season.
See the opinions below:
“this hard bc I felt turbo was the best challenger I ever seen and was scared for future seasons. He won his rook season, his second season he was considered an mercenary AND picked before CT but somehow someway I still feel horacio had a better season and will be better overall” – allpurpis
“well, turbo won, but has become an absolutely unlikable and unwatchable caricature of himself.
horacio didnt win, but has quickly become one of the most well liked and respected rookies in a while.
soooooo…..” – Chaz
“Obviously Turbo is one of, if not the best rookie in Challenge history.
Horacio is amazing, but he didn’t win, and didn’t endure what Turbo did in his season/final.” – Candice Armstrong
“I think Horatio did 💯💯 especially if we’re not talking about just the competing, turbo was good but he burned Bridges and just isn’t great with the politics of the show, I still think Horatio would have won the final if Olivia hadn’t of gotten hurt” – Candice Myers
“Turbo and it’s not really close. Turbo won the season (in the hardest final to date), won more dailies, and avoided elimination all season.” – Jacob
“I think something that’s special to the challenge is that if you do well, you keep coming back. So part of having a great rookie season is setting yourself up for future seasons.
Turbo may have won, but Horacio has respect for years to come. Turbo will stay a target.” – Pat
“I think Horacio rly could’ve won. Turbo is amazing but he has a way easier time than Horacio and Olivia. Bc he was tied to nany, (he is also an amazing competitor) nany had voted but he was also winning challenges. Olivia and Horacio could’ve won but her face was broken” – Becca
“Easily Turbo.. 7 daily wins and never sent into elimination and then won the season. Horacio with 1 daily win, lost the final and while he did win a lot of eliminations he also did get sent down a lot so I gotta give it to Turbo” – Daniel
“Turbo for sure. He won in what is my favorite final ever. And as much as I like Horacio, I hold him getting help during a couple eliminations against him.” – Dee
Turbo won the poll:
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