Great and very serious problems surround the Exatlon Mexico: Guardians vs Conquerors, because after the confirmation that at least one of its athletes tested positive for Covid-19, the recordings were stopped and that would delay the premiere of both the new All Star season and that of Survivor Mexico, in addition to being released the Names of the next driven out.
After at least one of the athletes from the fifth season of the Exatlon Mexico tested positive in the anti-Covid test, the production of the most demanding and demanding reality show on Mexican television did not want to take risks and decided to stop recordings on beaches in the Dominican Republic, which is expected to last at least one or two weeks.
This would cause the premiere of the Exatlon Mexico All Star is delayed, as the recordings would be delayed and this would affect the transmission times on TV Azteca, so much so that even the new season of Survivor Mexico would also be affected.
But that’s not all, as it was also revealed that at least two athletes who were being considered for the sixth season of the Exatlon Mexico: Aidé Hernández and Ana Lago, are also infected by the SAR COV 2 virus, so they would be permanently excluded from the project.
Who will be eliminated on January 14?
With the Exatlon Mexico red-hot and according to the previews of the programs already recorded, in Pathfinders it is commented that in Guardians Nataly Gutiérrez is already exhausted, so Zudikey Rodríguez has remained as the woman with the most points and the one who is the most complete.
In such a way and in case the women of Guardianes lose the elimination, that would mean that two of them go to elimination: If Zudikey manages to maintain his level of effectiveness, he would practically have immunity and Nataly would face Paulina Martínez. That, just in case they had to face each other.
But the good news is that, as reported by the ‘Cosmic Wizard’ in one of his YouTube videos, those deleted this week from Exatlon Mexico would be from Pathfinders: Mariana Khalil and Jair Cervantes, the latter who would leave this January 14.