Emily Andzulis, an amateur mixed martial artist from Knoxville, Tennessee, was the first competitor to win on the new hit show on NBC, “The Titan Games.”
The 26-year old massage therapist will return at the end of the season to face off against seven other female champions for a chance at $100,000.
Anzulis was the first competitor to compete on the new show that pairs athletes up against one another in a test to push their bodies to the limit in unforgiving head-to-head challenges. “The Titan Games” will not only test the competitors’ physical strength but also their mental and emotional fortitude. Famed actor and professional wrestler, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson hosts the show.
Andzulis has one fight on record, a unanimous decision loss to Shay Holland at Valor Fights 47 in January 2018.
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