‘I don’t say misogynistic things’: Ant Middleton’s SAS replacement Rudy Reyes hits out at axed star

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  • Rudy Reyes, 49, is joining the Channel 4 series after Ant was told his services were no longer needed.
  • Ant, 41, was told his services were no longer needed after facing sharp criticism for attacking the Black Lives Matter movement.
  • TV star reportedly used ‘inappropriate comments’ around a female cast member on the show
  • The former soldier said he believed he was let off the show because of ‘wake patrols’ at the broadcaster, but Rudy believes it comes down to ‘the decorations’.
  • Rudy said: ‘I think I have complacency and don’t curse and say the wrong things when everyone listens’
  • ‘That’s the difference, and I have more combat experience – and if it wakes me up, fantastic’

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Ant Middleton’s SAS: Who Dare Wins Replacement takes a dig at the outgoing star, saying he doesn’t say ‘wrong things’.

Rudy Reyes is joining the Channel 4 series after Ant was told that his services would be cut short after he was sharply criticized for lashing out at the Black Lives Matter movement and allegedly using ‘inappropriate comments’ around a female cast member. was not required.

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The 41-year-old ex-serviceman recently said he believed he was let off the show because of a ‘wake patrol’ on the broadcaster, but Rudy, 49, believes it was a ‘decoration’. comes to.

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Speak: Ant Middleton’s SAS: Who Dare Wins Replacement Rudy Reyes Takes Twilight at Outgoing Star, Says He Doesn’t Say ‘Wrong Things’

talking to Sun, he added: ‘I think I have complacency and don’t curse and say the wrong things when everyone listens.

‘That’s the difference, and I have more combat experience – and if it wakes me up, fantastic.’

Rudy also said that Ant was pulled out a few months before the producers of SAS approached him a year ago.

Former actor Rudy was revealed last month as the show’s new head coach and two series have already been filmed in the desert in Jordan that will air next year.

Replacement: Rudy is joining the series after Ant was told he needed his services after being criticized for opting out in the Black Lives Matter movement and allegedly using 'inappropriate comments' around a female cast-member Wasn't.

Replacement: Rudy is joining the series after Ant was told he needed his services after being criticized for opting out in the Black Lives Matter movement and allegedly using ‘inappropriate comments’ around a female cast-member Wasn’t.

Rudy joined the US Marines in 1998 and made more than 50 patrols in Iraq and Afghanistan before leaving the army in 2005.

The soldier was raised in poverty after being abandoned by his mother and various family members.

He was cared for when he was 12 and spent his adolescence at the Omaha Home for Boys and later rescued his brothers Caesar, now 48, and Michael, 47, from the same hamlet.

The publication also reports that at the age of 14, Rudy fought an older boy who tried to rape her.

Candid: The 41-year-old former soldier recently said he believes Ant was let off the show because of 'wake patrols' at the broadcaster, but Rudy believes it' Decor' (pictured in 2019).

Candid: The 41-year-old former soldier recently said he believes Ant was let off the show because of ‘wake patrols’ at the broadcaster, but Rudy believes it’ Decor’ (pictured in 2019).

Rudy was struggling financially before accepting the SAS gig, so much so that he couldn’t afford to buy his 23-year-old fiancée Jade Struck, an engagement ring.

He said that two other TV shows contacted him last year along with Jade and encouraged him to say no to both because they were not of his ‘caliber’, the next day SAS called.

Speaking about some of the opinions that prompted Ant to leave the show, Rudy said: ‘This whole thing just blows my mind. Who wants to hear what someone has to say? I didn’t know about all the drama with the ant, but I’m not afraid of wearing shoes, brother.’

This comes after Ant elaborated on how ‘Jaane Wali Police’ affected the much-loved program starring him, leading to his sacking.

In his new book Mental Fitness, Ant writes that the creators of SAS: Who Dare Wins ‘knew I was going to jump so he pushed me first.’

Rudy said: 'I think I have complacency and don't curse and say the wrong things when everyone listens'

Rudy said: ‘I think I have complacency and don’t curse and say the wrong things when everyone listens’

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