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Screen Shot: BBC The Apprentice, Kurran broken arm

How did Kurran break his ARM? The Apprentice arm wrestling tournament...

Fans of The Apprentice were shocked when candidate Kurran Pooni entered the boardroom with a broken arm.

During Wednesday night’s (October 24th) episode of the BBC series, Kurran proved pretty useless as he sported a sling during task four at the bodybuilding expo.

Nevertheless, the sling-wearing businessman avoided the axe as Lord Alan Sugar decided to fire Frank Brooks instead, making him the fourth candidate to face the chop.

Here’s the horrific story of how Kurran broke his arm during an inter-candidate arm wrestling competition at The Apprentice lodges!

It was always going to end badly…

The Apprentice – (Series 14 2018 ) Ep 4

How Did Kurran Break His Arm?

Kurran broke his arm during an arm wrestling competition with his fellow The Apprentice candidates.

In an exclusive interview with Radio Times, the recently evicted Frank Brooks explained how it happened:

It started with the girls talking about how strong they were. Somebody then suggested having an arm wrestling competition. Boys being boys, they wanted to show off their strength as well.

Screen Shot: BBC The Apprentice, Kurran broken arm

A few of us went against one another and the final round was Daniel versus Kurran. About 10 seconds into this arm wrestle there was this most awful noise. I thought somebody had broken a chair it was that loud!

Screen Shot: BBC The Apprentice, Kurran broken arm

Poor Kurran. His face dropped and his bottom lip was going. All the colour drained from him. It wasn’t nice to see.

Despite Kurran’s agony and embarrassment in the boardroom, Big Al Sugz simply stepped up his pun game in order to rub it in.

The 22-year-old is a budding actor, something Alan enjoyed having a dig at: “You finally got into a cast anyway… Got your big break. And from what I’ve heard you’ve been in Casualty.”




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Liam is our head of Entertainment and Gaming, managing teams globally. His journalism experience has covered everything from sport to health and fitness with companies such as Men's Health and HITC. Before moving into management, writing about the ridiculous antics of the Made in Chelsea crew was by far his most enjoyable topic.