SAS: Who Dares Wins Foxy - 5 things you NEED to know!

SAS: Who Dares Wins is back, meaning so is Foxy and his rugged-looking military friends.

The Channel 4 series is as brutal as it is entertaining, featuring 25 civilian recruits as they attempt to survive a 10-day SAS-style military boot camp.

Military veteran Ant Middleton leads the show with Jason Fox his right-hand man.

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Jason Also Presented Meet the Drug Lords

Foxy has ventured out from SAS: Who Dares Wins over recent months.

He has been on the Channel 4 series since it started in 2015 but took on his own documentary in 2018 – and it went down a treat!

Foxy presented C4 production Meet the Drug Lords: Inside the Real Narcos, investigating drug trafficking across South and Latin America in a three-part series.

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He met drug lords, gangstas and smugglers in a very hands-on docco. Unfortunately, it is no longer available on ALL4, although it is on Netflix!

Foxy Served in the Marines For 20 Years

The 41-year-old is now a U.K Special Forces Agent and served in the Royal Marines for 20 years.

He first joined the military ranks at just 16-years-old and is a specialist in counter-terrorism and demolition.

He Also Served in Afghanistan

One of Jason’s biggest tasks involved rescuing a civilian from 400 insurgents in Afghanistan, where he also served as a dog-handler.

We hope the lad was called Private Ryan…

Jason Conquered the North Pole

As if Jason’s adrenaline-pumped schedule wasn’t busy enough, between filming SAS: He Who Dares Wins 2017 and Meet the Drug Lords: Inside the Real Narcos, he also trekked to the North Pole.

Led by polar adventurer Alan Chamber, J-man casually strolled to the heart of the North Pole to raise money for a charity called Borne.


Foxy is a Comic and Movie Buff!

Jason’s Instagram page hints that he is a big fan of blockbuster action movies.

Of course, he saw the new Mission Impossible. Of course, he loved it. And of course, he could do better than Tom Crusie!

Here, just look at the shield in Jason’s big Roman army tattoo. It’s 300 meets X Men!

BONUS: He’s Released a Book!

Foxy published his own book in 2018.

Jason Fox Battle Scars follows his journey on the frontline over the past decade.

The names and locations have been changed to protect the security although every story is a true experience from Foxy himself.



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