The Challenge franchise has really grown over the past years, with some even calling it America’s fifth sport, and that was more apparent than ever as the show was briefly mentioned on ESPN recently. ESPN analyst Dan Orlovsky has been vocal about the show before and he recently slammed Fessy Shafaat on-air and in a series of tweets after the Big Brother star’s performance in the final.

In the video, he says Fessy isn’t a good partner simply because he beat Kyle Christie in a hall brawl. “Fessy is a layup,” he says, “he’s still a bad teammate.” Below is the video showing Orlovsky bringing up Fessy’s performance on ESPN:

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Fessy hasn’t responded to the comments at this time but Kyle addressed the video on his Instagram and wrote, “Getting called out on live on @espn is a first…WHO THE F*** IS THAT GUY? Genuinely have no idea. had to Google what ‘Layup’ means as well…Americans. Still love you all.” He also shared his own humorous take on the video:

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Orlovsky Tweeted About Fessy’s Performance in the Final After Kaycee Suffered a Knee Injury

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Orlovsky also tweeted about the two-part final and specifically Fessy’s performance after his partner Kaycee Clark picked up a major knee injury. Viewers could see Kaycee hobbling to the eating checkpoint and attempting to power through it while Fessy struggled to get the motivation to continue.

On April 20, after the first half of the final challenge had aired, Orlovsky tweeted, “Finally caught up on @ChallengeMTV and the fact Kaycee on one leg had to beg Fessy soft Fessy to eat while she’s gonna die trying is the softest thing I ever watched in the series. What a joke—your partner is killing herself for you and you quit?!?!?!?!?”

After the second half of the final aired, he followed up his …read more



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