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Will there be a winner for Australia Ninja this year? Ben Fordham drops telling hint

The winning contestant may finally climb Mount Midoriyama and scoop the $200,000 grand prize

By Faye James
Australian Ninja host Ben Fordham has dropped a major hint that there will be a winner in this year's show.
'Australia will react with a massive level of excitement because they're going to see some phenomenal people doing some incredible things,' Ben told Newscorp ahead of the finale.
We know it took seven seasons in America for someone to finish so everyone always needs to keep that in mind.'
'But that's not to say that someone's not going to beat the record in Australia,' he added. 'We have managed to achieve things much faster than the rest of the world.'

Ben did not say is any of the 24 contestants will actually complete the final stages of the competition.
To be crowned Australia's first Ninja Warrior, the contestants must make it past a series of challenges on Tuesday night.
The final challenge is completing Mount Midoriyama, where the Ninjas must climb a 22 metre rope within 30 seconds.

The contestant who wins will go home with a $200,000 grand prize.
Australian Ninja Warrior concludes on Tuesday night at 7:30pm on Channel Nine

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