New head of SAS Who Dares Wins says he became ‘soldier’ ​​by fighting bullies in kid’s home

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New SAS Who Dares Wins head coach Rudy Reyes, 50, has taken over the leadership position left by Ant Middleton on Channel 4’s SAS Who Dares Wins show

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SAS Who Dares Wins Lead Instructor Rudy Reyes

New SAS Who head coach Dares Wins says he had to become a “warrior” at the age of six to fight bullies in his child’s home.

US special forces veteran Rudy Reyes, 50, took over from Ant Middleton in last night’s opening series on Channel 4.

And the former Recon Marine says his “tough” approach will produce men and women willing to “fight to the death”.

“You can tell the instructor and my warrior blood started with Omaha Home for Boys,” Rudy said.

“It started when I was six years old and my two brothers attacked my little brother – he was five and we had to fight them.

“The brother I was fighting had glasses on, and we were shoving each other on the ground, and I had to punch him in the face.

“I punched him in the face and broke his glasses. And I kicked his brother away from my brother, and I cried because I beat him. I did feel for them. ”

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He continued: “I grew up fighting, and fighting for good, but it still costs you a part.

“Through martial arts, scouting and combat, I am an expert at honing that tough love to become super fighters and warriors. When we need to create men and women that will run towards the barrel of a gun, and fight to the death, for love, I’m an asshole. ”

His supporter, DS Foxy, meanwhile claimed the conditions for the show’s staff were worse than those for the contestants.

“We have less space, to begin with,” he said. In Jordan, our accommodation was open-plan, so we were exposed to wind and sand – while the recruits had tents. “

SAS Who Dares Wins continues to air every Sunday on Channel 4 at 9pm.

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