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Teddy Soares says ‘it felt amazing kicking Matt Hancock’s a**’ on Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins – as star admits he has no regrets leaving the politician with TWO broken ribs


Teddy Soares leaves Matt Hancock suffering with two broken ribs during a fighting challenge on Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins on Sunday’s episode.

And looking back on the yet to air episode, the former Love Islander, 28, has admitted that he has ‘no regrets’ about their altercation.

In fact following the brutal tussle, Teddy has revealed that it felt ‘amazing’ to kick the politician’s a**’.

Speaking to The Mirror, Teddy said: ‘It felt amazing. I couldn’t bring myself to go back to the UK without having kicked his a**. I didn’t feel guilty.

‘When we got home, he messaged me and said, “You really did do a number on me”.’

Brutal: Teddy Soares, 28, leaves Matt Hancock, 45, suffering with two broken ribs during a fighting challenge on Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins on Sunday's episode

Brutal: Teddy Soares, 28, leaves Matt Hancock, 45, suffering with two broken ribs during a fighting challenge on Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins on Sunday’s episode

Awkward: And looking back on the yet to air episode, the former Love Islander has admitted that he has 'no regrets' about their altercation

Awkward: And looking back on the yet to air episode, the former Love Islander has admitted that he has ‘no regrets’ about their altercation

In the upcoming episode, viewers will also see Matt, 45, get stripped to his underwear and be questioned over his affair with Gina Coladangelo during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Each season the remaining celebrities are brutally interrogated to see how much they can put up with.

Interrogator Debs shouts: ‘You’re not a good looking guy, are you? Pubes on your chest, moobs, so how did you do it, Matty, babe?’

After he sheepishly replied: ‘Well’, Debs bites back.

She screams: What kind of a f****** arrogant, c***-sucking answer is that, you weasel-faced ****?’

Chris Oliver, a Celebrity SAS instructor, who watches on from the sidelines, says: ‘If that was for real he’d be missing a few teeth by now.’ 

Meanwhile, the umpire overseeing his interrogation observes: ‘That sort of attitude is not going to get him killed but it’ll get him a kicking.’

Its not the first time Matt’s evasive attitude had been proven quite arrogant and ‘annoying’, as chief instructor Mark ‘Billy’ Billingham previously admitted.

No regrets: In fact following the brutal tussle, Teddy has revealed that it felt 'amazing' to kick the politician's A**'

No regrets: In fact following the brutal tussle, Teddy has revealed that it felt ‘amazing’ to kick the politician’s A**’

Terrified: Viewers will also see Matt get stripped to his underwear and be questioned over his affair with Gina Coladangelo during the COVID-19 pandemic

Terrified: Viewers will also see Matt get stripped to his underwear and be questioned over his affair with Gina Coladangelo during the COVID-19 pandemic

'Annoying': Last month chief instructor Mark 'Billy' Billingham previously admitted: 'It took a while to dig into him (Matt), to get to the bottom of him and got quite annoying at times'

‘Annoying’: Last month chief instructor Mark ‘Billy’ Billingham previously admitted: ‘It took a while to dig into him (Matt), to get to the bottom of him and got quite annoying at times’

Emotional: In last weeks episode, Teddy broke down in tears as he spoke about having no contact with his mother

Emotional: In last weeks episode, Teddy broke down in tears as he spoke about having no contact with his mother

Traumatic: The former Love Island star admitted he was confronting his 'demons' by looking at the 'scars' that he's been left with by not having his parent in his life

Traumatic: The former Love Island star admitted he was confronting his ‘demons’ by looking at the ‘scars’ that he’s been left with by not having his parent in his life

Last month, he told the BBC: ‘He gave it 100%, he got stuck in. The only thing is, he’s a typical politician, won’t give a straight answer.

‘It took a while to dig into him, to get to the bottom of him and got quite annoying at times.

‘He got pushed through his paces and anytime he showed any attitude or any sort of fight back he really got pushed back; he got it given to him big style.’

in Last week’s episode, Teddy broke down in tears as he spoke about having no contact with his mother.

The TV personality admitted he was confronting his ‘demons’ by looking at the ‘scars’ that he’s been left with by not having his parent in his life.

Teddy was seen in floods of tears as he said he was hardened to the situation a few years ago, when he would have insisted he didn’t need his mother to be there for him.

But now he is desperate to know more about the part of his life he feels he is missing despite not attempting to contact his mother himself. 

In a clip shared on his Instagram page, he said: ‘If you ask me two, three years ago do you need any contact from your own mum I would have told you “no I don’t care”.

‘If I answer now but … I think I am just sick of not knowing that part of who I am.’

When asked if he had contacted his mother, he said: ‘No. I just haven’t really been brave enough.

‘And I think literally the only thing that’s stopping me is me.’

Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins continues Sunday at 9pm 



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