Celebrity SAS' Kieron Dyer batters instructor Jason 'Foxy' Fox after breaking rib

Celebrity SAS' Kieron Dyer batters instructor Jason 'Foxy' Fox after breaking rib

 England footballer Kieron Dyer batters SAS: Who Dares Wins’ Jason ‘Foxy’ Fox after he broke his rib during challenge

The Sun: FORMER England and Newcastle star Kieron Dyer ends up battering SAS: Who Dares Wins instructor Jason ‘Foxy’ Fox after seeing the red mist during a challenge.

In Sunday’s show the ex footballer says he tries to exact revenge on the former special forces man for cracking his rib earlier in the Channel 4 series.

Foxy, 45, had to be helped up off the floor by chief instructor Ant Middleton after the bruising, telling ex midfielder Kieron: “F***ing hell, my eyes are rattling in my head!”

Kieron, 42, said he “wanted to kill” the ex soldier as he hurled abuse and kicks at him.

He said: “Before this challenge, they get you psyched up about your family, who you’d kill for, and then send you in against Foxy dressed in all the red kit and you basically have to think like you want to kill him.

“I just let it out and what was so great about that, what I loved, is that when Ant actually told me to stop, I stopped. I don’t think he thought I was going to stop, to be honest.”


https://www.thesun.co.uk/tv/16150334/footballer-kieron-dyer-batters-jason-fox-sas-dares-wins/

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