“It was hard to watch! Viewers are disgusted as male and female rookies face off in brutal boxing match on SAS Australia: Hell Week
Social media has erupted over a controversial challenge on SAS Australia Hell Week.
On the first episode of Monday’s military-style reality show, there were bloody and brutal scenes as the rookies pitted against each other in the boxing ring.
Many on social media found the challenge “hard to watch” as youth worker Bec Mitchell, 33, volunteered to fight surfer Mitch Fuller, 22.
“It was hard to watch! Viewers were in disgust as male and female rookie clashed in brutal boxing match at SAS Australia: Hell Week premiere
“Beck certainly held on, but the man was difficult to watch,” tweeted one viewer.
“It’s always hard to watch them fight against each other,” agreed a second.
Meanwhile, a third commented, “Oh man… when they fight man against woman… [sigh face emoji]. ‘
Not easy! Monday’s episode saw youth worker Bec Mitchell, 33 (second from left) volunteer to fight surfer Mitch Fuller, 22 (right)
‘Hard to watch’: Many fans on social media said the challenge was ‘hard to watch’
The fight saw Mitch rocking wildly with Bec sending numerous punches to the head and body before she gave up and fell to the ground.
Their fellow competitors looked distressed as they looked aside.
Following the success of the celebrity version of the military-style challenge show, Ant Middleton and his Management Team (DS) are back for another special season – but this time, with “everyday Aussies” at bar.
‘Brutal:’ Beck certainly held on, but the man was tough to watch, ‘one viewer tweeted
Slap! The fight saw Mitch swinging wildly with Bec taking multiple blows to the head
Intense: Their fellow competitors appeared distressed as they looked sideways
Monday night’s episode saw an array of rookies push their limits in a series of grueling challenges.
The series began with contestants falling backwards from a platform into the water before being stripped and asked to dress in uniform.
SAS Australia: Hell Week continues Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. on Seven
Will they pass the test? SAS Australia: Hell Week continues Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. on Seven