The Greatest Male Players in Challenge History: #20- Timmy Beggy
4 Seasons: Battle of the Seasons (Final), The Inferno (Win), The Gauntlet II (Final), The Inferno III
1–1 Elimination Record
27 Challenge Wins
Daily Challenges: 8/10
Perhaps the funniest man in the history of The Challenge (seriously, try watching this clip without laughing), Timmy was an excellent leader and was one of the few real adults in a house full of maniacs.
A Road Rules OG who appeared on the show’s second season, Timmy was partnered with castmate Emily Bailey on Battle of the Seasons, where the duo were in the Inner Circle the entire game, won two prizes and finished third among the Road Rules teams.
Timmy and Emily were in the center of a very testy beginning of the game for the Road Rules team politically. After the couple of Chadwick and Holly teamed up to vote out Veronica/Yes at the first vote, Timmy/Emily turned the tables with Dan/Tara to vote out Chadwick.
It was an interesting balance for Timmy, one of the true good guys on The Challenge, being partnered with Emily, one of the most cutthroat females in the history of the show, but they were able to work together well and make it to the end.
On The Inferno, Timmy was arguably the best male competitor on Team Road Rules that included Abram and Darrell, winning a life shield to keep himself out of the first Inferno. He was able to stay out of elimination for the entire season to pick up the only victory in his career.
Timmy was the only man to take out Derrick on his epic run on Gauntlet II, eliminating him in Reverse Tug-O-War to reach the finals. The veterans ended up losing the final due to putting all but two of their doubloons on the eating challenge, but Timmy once again was a key cog for his team both as a leader and as a competitor.
His career came to a sad end on Inferno III, as he appeared to beat Abram in Smash House, but a section of his glass hadn’t shattered. The elimination left him with long-term damage to his knees.
Timmy is an absolute legend of The Challenge, and his likability and challenge prowess caused him to only go into two eliminations in his career. His only loss was an epic elimination to Abe that was basically a fluke, but while he was a very good competitor he was never quite elite.