'Steve Austin's Broken Skull Challenge' Season Finale Recap

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On tonight's season finale of "Steve Austin's Broken Skull Challenge" Heather was able to conquer the physical challenges and competitions of Broken Skull Ranch en route to winning the grand prize of $10,000.

Former professional wrestler Steve Austin (@steveaustinBSR) welcomed eight elite female athletes from different athletic backgrounds to the Broken Skull Ranch in Tilden, Texas.

The eight contestants faced off in head-to-head competitions in a single elimination bracket format, where the final competitor standing would face the tough obstacle course known as the Skullbuster.

Don't her beauty distract you from her brawn. Heather, a bartender from Illinois, was all-star and league MVP of the women's professional football league. With semi-obnoxious play-by-play and motivational remarks from Steve Austin, she easily fought her way through the contestants in the show's three challenges: Trench Warfare, Pain Train, and Barreled.

After successful completion of those she entered the Pit, where she wrestled Laura to seal her fate as the lone competitor remaining.

She was not out of the woods yet, however, as she still had to take on the Skullbuster, a half-mile long obstacle course featuring 10 grueling obstacles.

In order to win the prize of $10,000 she had to complete the obstacle course in under 8 minutes and 59 seconds, which was set by former contestant and returning champion Heather from the fourth episode.

Steve Austin barked inspirational words at Heather as she was only able to compete nine out of the ten obstacles, giving an additional $10,000 to the former champion, leaving that Heather with a grand total of $40,000.

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