'Bachelor in Paradise' season 6: Christian Estrada still wants to fight Jordan Kimball, this time with 'no cameras, no security'
After both Christian and Jordan were sent out from Paradise due to the violence they caused, Christian finally opened up about what went down, and what he plans on doing now.
With just three weeks down, we have already witnessed plenty go down in 'Bachelor in Paradise' season 6. Starting from Blake Horstmann's drama with Caelynn Miller Keyes and Kristina Schulman, Hannah Godwin's love triangle, and Demi Burnett's mystery woman you'd think you would have seen most of it. But the highlight of the entire season till date is the beach brawl between Christian Estrada and Jordan Kimball. And now after both Christian and Jordan were sent out from paradise due to the violence they caused, Christian finally opened up about what went down, and what he plans on doing now.
For those who don't know what went down, Jordan and Christian are both from season 14 'The Bachelorette'. The duo had a tiff during the Men Tell All Episode, and ever since Christian entered paradise, it clearly looked like there was going to be war.
Both Christian and Jordan ended up pursuing Nicole Lopez Alvar who was already being pursued by Clay Harbor from the same season of 'The Bachelorette'. Though the drama was manageable, it never went overboard. Things started to go down after Christian surprised Nicole with a pinata right before the rose ceremony. Jordan who claimed he was standing up for Clay, sneaked up on Christian and Nicole and tried to steal the pinata. This was the reason the beach brawl started. Jordan body slammed Christian who tried to escape from security to get a few hits at Jordan. The duo was eliminated from paradise after Chris Harrison revealed that the series has a zero-tolerance to violence policy.
After they were eliminated, Jordan addressed the situation on The Batchelor's podcast where he revealed, "Things happened between Christian and I much quicker than I thought they were going to,” he said. “I had no intentions of making a physical altercation, I stated that with [host] Chris Harrison right after the fight.” But Christian says otherwise. Appearing on The Domenick Nati Show he said that Jordan didn't act in self-defense and that he didn't put his hands on him. He also shared that he is ready for a fight with him, without a camera and security.
Talking about how everything went down, Christian said, "First of all he did something, he should have never had. Second of all, I mean self-defense. I don't see that stuff because if anything, he's the one who tried to body slam me. I mean for the people that watch the show, there was no time for any moment that I actually put my hands on Jordan. Clay came over, and I feel like he did the right move. He tried to take Nicole I said, no he walked away. I know Jordan before paradise, but I guess the moment he walked over, there was no reason for him to come and ruin my date or take my Piñata or whatever you try to do. My intentions was just holding Jordan off."
When asked if he would hurt Jordan in a fair fight, Christian said, "I'll be honest, if I get called for the reunion, and if Jordan tries to shake hands with me, I'll be honest, I'm not going to shake his hands until you know we go one-on-one, you know, no cameras. no security. You think you're tough. I mean I'm talking to you, no cameras, no security we can handle this. I'll call you out anytime. Let's go one on one bro! You think you're tough? I'm tougher than you! Anytime bro. You can go to my gym and we can handle this." Christian also added that he has the best lawyers in NY looking at the case right now. He also added, "My dad got a hold of attorneys and we'll see if this is Jordan's fault or ABC but there's going to be consequences". Well, will Jordan and Christian have another brawl? We will have to wait and find out.
'Bachelor in Paradise' season 6 airs every Monday and Tuesday night on ABC. Check your local listings for more information.