The Titan Games are here and definitely not for the weak. Dwayne's NBC sports competition and reality TV series "The Rock" Johnson premiered on Thursday evening with two consecutive episodes.
We've seen, among other things, how a 50-year-old firefighter grandmother has struck someone half-age along with the crowning of the very first Titan in the history of the show. James Jean-Louis, also known as the "Haitian Sensation" on the program, overcame the much larger Anthony Fuhrman (£ 245 after Jean Louis & # 39; 220) through the challenges of a mountain-like course with various obstacles to test for strength and agility known as Mount Olympus. And he had time to save.
Jean-Louis, a 29-year-old truck driver who was arrested once, dedicates himself to being the best role model for his nine-year existence. He is getting up every day at four o'clock in the morning to train, complete his delivery routes for Budweiser, and take care of his child. Semaj was taping to cheer on his father. The father, based in North Miami Beach, Florida, competed against another Floridian in Fuhrman. But even though things looked shaky for a moment, Jean-Louis was ultimately faster and could scale the walls a little more angularly as the course progressed, in keeping with Johnson's own workouts. The huge Fuhrman is undoubtedly still great with a huge hammer.
"I still have more to prove," Jean-Louis said in an interview about Titanals which led to the competition on Olympus. "This is for me, my son and all those who have also doubted me."
Jean-Louis was honored not only to become the first Titan but to be part of the show in a future competition. but he also let his son shine uncontrollably.