Here are the advancing competitors on The Titan Games

We’ll update this each week as more Titans are revealed. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s Titan Games is NBC’s newest athletic competition hit. Below, you can find the names of the competitors who’ve won each episode. Each week, eight athletes (four men and four women) all vie for the title of Titan. To get there, they need to take on and win an other-worldly challenge and then head to the intimidating Mount Olympus. Later in the season, the Titans will return for another round of battles to determine who will be the last Titans (male and female) standing. Each week, we’ll […]

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How to watch the entire Titan Games premiere online

NBC has placed the full episode on Facebook. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s grand competition show, The Titan Games, arrived with a bang on January 3rd. The two-hour premiere gave viewers an overload on action and the first four Titans who’ll return later in the season to continue their battle. In case you missed it, the entire premiere episode is now available on The Titan Games Facebook page. Watch The Epic Premiere of The Titan Games Dwayne The Rock Johnson’s revolution has officially begun. Watch the full Titan Games PREMIERE right here, right now. Posted by Titan Games on Thursday, January […]

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Tyler Yamauchi practices the art of balance on and off the course

Father, physical therapist, coach, and elite Ninja. As a gymnast, Tyler Yamauchi is well versed in balance, both in competition and in the adaptability needed to find the space for sports in his personal life. American Ninja Warrior’s 10th season was Tyler’s fourth time on the show. Over those years, he’s become known for his nickname as the “Muscle Ball.” Tyler has expanded his accomplishments with almost every appearance. In season seven, Tyler made a quick exit from the Orlando Qualifiers. The next year, he cleared the Qualifying course and made it to Stage One in Vegas, where he timed […]

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The best moments from Thursday’s premiere of The Titan Games

Dwayne Johnson’s athletic competition roared to life. After months of waiting, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s new show, The Titan Games, has arrived with a fire-y explosion of athleticism. The debut episode was two hours long and featured 16 different athletes facing off in a series of grueling challenges. In the end, two men and two woman were declared the first Titans of the season. Dwayne promised us we’d see something special, and the contestants upheld their end of that bargain. Since it’s the first episode of the first season, let’s do a quick inventory run down. We have Alex “Goldenboy” […]

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This rap calls out 46 Ninja Warriors in under 4 minutes

It was written by Jesse Wildman as a fundraiser. Jesse Wildman, a walk-on during season 9 of American Ninja Warrior and the staff manager at MLab Ohio, has released possibly the most name-packed Ninja rap of all time. Seriously, we tried to count them up by listening and just got exhausted. Thank goodness he put the lyrics in the description on YouTube. “Yeah,J-Wild on the track nowThis is for all my ninja warriors manY’all are like a family to me You got a Wonder Woman and a Flexing LaBreckAnd now another Jesse wants to come and give it his bestI’m […]

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Drew Drechsel’s Sasuke appearance came to a slippery end

He was disqualified during the Japanese competition. American Ninja Warrior Drew Drechsel (season 10’s last Ninja standing) recently participated in Sasuke 36. This was his eighth time taking part in the competition which inspired the American version. Drew’s accomplishments aren’t limited to the USA either. In the Japanese competition, he’s made it to third stage for the past six trips. However, things didn’t go quite how the veteran athlete planned this time around. A wet course led to a disqualification in the second stage. (In the video above, you can watch Drew’s runs at the 1:43.10 mark and the 2:18.17 […]

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Do you have a Ninja Warrior New Year goal?

It can be big or small. Tell us about it! Happy New Year’s Eve! For a lot of us, this means we’ll start chasing new goals for 2019 beginning in the morning. The Internet is going to explode with suggestions for new workout routines, diet ideas, and motivational journals. Inspiration is going to be everywhere! Who has set a Ninja Warrior-related goal for the new year? It could be as grand as getting on the show. (In which case, if you haven’t sent in your application, you better get on that. The deadline expires on January 2 at 11:59 pm […]

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Geoff Britten plans to return for the show’s 11th season

Geoff Britten announces his plan to return to American Ninja Warrior. Editor’s note: This article was originally published on May 2, 2018. It has been updated to include a recent Instagram post. It feels like just yesterday, we were writing about the return of Isaac Caldiero to the Ninja universe (probably because we literally wrote about it yesterday). Now we have more breaking news as it relates to another Ninja champion. Geoff Britten, the only other Ninja to compete all obstacles in the national finals, has announced that he is also planning a return to the course! On the Armchair […]

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Here are this year’s most beloved Ninja Warrior moments

2018 is winding to a close and we’re looking back at the Ninja action. The end of the year is a time to reflect back on all that’s happened in the prior 12 months. For American Ninja Warrior fans, that’s a wealth of moments to look back at from the show’s tenth season. We took to social media to ask you what your favorite Ninja Warrior moments were from 2018. Here are some of your responses! They’re presented in no particular order. Looking at all of these makes us think 2019 will have a lot to live up to! Is […]

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What’s your favorite Ninja Warrior moment from 2018?

Heartwarming, thrilling, or inspiring. We want to know what moment matters to you. Jamie Rahn turn a potential disaster into triumph by running Stage One barefoot. Enedina Stanger defied her disorder to take on the Minneapolis course. Chris Wilczewski found redemption after a near-death experience through his flawless runs. All these things happened in 2018. Season 10 of American Ninja Warrior brought new changes to the course with younger competitors and an 18-foot tall Warped Wall. The competitors brought their indomitable spirits and almost uncanny athleticism. Looking back on it all, what’s your favorite Ninja Warrior moment from 2018? There […]

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