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The Titan Games: Season Two’s Regional Champions

Here are the winners of each region, as they are revealed.

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Season two of Dwayne Johnson’s Titan Games is off and running! One of the format changes this year involves breaking the competition into regions: Central, West, and East. Each region crowns its own male and female Titan champion. At the end of the season, the six Titans will face one another to whittle the competition down to the final champions.

As the season progresses, we’ll update this article with the reigning regional Titans.


Central Region

Dani Speegle

  • Occupation: Health and fitness coach
  • Age: 26
  • Challengers defeated:
    After defeating Nadi Carey in two games, Dani took the Titan title from Chantae McMillan. She then defended Mount Olympus from Jamie Seeman in the regional finals.

Matt Chan

  • Occupation: Firefighter
  • Age: 42
  • Challengers defeated:
    Matt made his way to Mount Olympus by defeating Bartley Weaver. There, he was bested by Joe Thomas and returned in the regional finals on the defense. After defeating Steven Shelby and Kaleb Redden, he faced Joe once more and earned his Titan title.

West Region

Noah Palicia

  • Occupation: Air Force Captain
  • Age: 30
  • Challengers defeated:
    Noah dominated almost every challenge handed to him. He beat his older brother Eric in order to face the elite Titan Victor Cruz and take his first title. Noah then defended himself against Exodus Rogers, Wayne Skivington, and Wayne Skivington AGAIN to become the regional champion.

Margaux Alvarez

  • Occupation: Winemaker
  • Age: 34
  • Challengers defeated:
    Margaux first faced Kelly Stone in the West region’s second round of competition. She then nudged Kelly Valdez off Mount Olympus. Next, Margaux fended off Lindsey Hamm. In the regional finals, she once again beat Kelly Valdez to the finish line.

East Region

Will Sutton

  • Occupation: High school agriculture teacher
  • Age: 26
  • Challengers defeated:
    Um, almost everyone? Will lost his first game, Nuts and Bolts, to Kareem Brinson. Apparently, he didn’t like the feeling and decided to just stop losing. He then bested Kareem in two more challenges, knocked elite Titan Tyron Woodley off Mount Olympus and parked himself there. Ryan Steenberg and Josh Porter both tried to take him down to no avail. Josh even tried twice when they rematched in the regional finals, but there was no shaking this Titan champ.

Courtney Roselle

  • Occupation: Business owner/Coach
  • Age: 31
  • Challengers defeated: Courtney came on the scene in the Eastern region’s third segment of competition. She took the win in two games against Shantal Athill and then faced reigning Titan Haley Johnson on Mount Olympus. It was a close race but Courtney prevailed. In the regional finals, elite Titan Hannah Teter tried to take the title, but couldn’t keep up with Courtney.