Deadly Games’s Alfredo Silva Trades Knives For a Motorcycle in ‘AGT: Extreme’
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After months of fan speculation, Alfredo Silva from Deadly Games confirmed that he is competing on AGT: Extreme. In this extreme act, he’s taking to the AGT: Extreme stage with fellow cage riders Gary Laurent and John Stotts.
AGT fans speculated that Silva would be competing based off an Instagram post from late September. In the photo, Silva is sitting at the entrance of the globe of death with a giant camera in front of him. Considering the location of the photo was linked to the Atlanta Motor Speedway, fans believed that he would be in the upcoming series.
Silva now confirmed that is competing in the spin off series. He posted the AGT: Extreme announcement to both Deadly Games’s social media, as well as his cage rider account. Within his cage rider account, Silva shares that he’s a third generation globe of death rider. In previously posted TikTok videos, his fiancé can be seen posing in the middle of the globe of death.
Silva shared a promotional video for AGT: Extreme while confirming his involvement in the series. Within the video he mentions that his ultimate prize is his late grandfather looking down at him in the globe. We’ve seen some extreme acts out of Silva, but nothing as epic as this.
AGT: Extreme Reveals Episode One Contestants
Since this series is right around the corner, more advertisements have come out involving the acts. Based on pr3ess photos, the first episode will also include Aaron Wheelz, Aaron Evans, David “The Bullet” Smith, Joogsquad, Leeky Da Bikestar, Jenna Bandy and Verge Aero.
While these contestants are all extreme in their own way, America’s Got Talent has already shared a short video about the extreme Aaron Wheelz. The extreme contestant shares that he was born with spina bifida and can’t ride a bike. Instead, he’s seen doing wheelchair bmx, also known as WCMX.
From the advertisements and press photos, it’s obvious that the first episode will be epic. The series is beginning with acts that could have never been confined to the restrictions of an indoor theater. It seems like this is truly just the beginning and I cannot wait.