Jordan Kimball, Christian Estrada

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Punches had been thrown and shirts had been ripped on Bachelor in Paradise.

Selecting up exactly where items left off last week, Christian Estrada and Jordan Kimball got into a heated fight in the course of Monday night’s episode. In the midst of their brawl, the rest of the contestants watched in shock.

“Come right here, bitch,” Estrada taunted Kimball as the show’s crew held back both guys. “Cheers to you getting a bitch,” Jordan responded.

But Christian was prepared for round two. He broke away from the crew, grabbed Jordan and threw him to the ground. Sooner or later, each reality Television personalities had been separated and sent house. “We have a zero-tolerance policy,” host Chris Harrison told the remaining contestants.

Even so, Nicole Lopez-Alvar was nonetheless shaken by the entire ordeal. “I am freaking out,” she told Onyeka Ehie. “I am actually in shock. I am shaking proper now.”

Fans of the ABC dating series could possibly recall last week’s episode when Christian was quite territorial more than Nicole, whom he had just met. He was also aggressive towards Clay Harbor, who has had his heart set on Nicole. It appeared Christian’s behavior rubbed Jordan the incorrect way, so he posted up.

Of the insane brawl between Estrada and Kimball, several Bachelor in Paradise stars exclusively spoke to E! News at the iHeartRadio’s Actual Street Festival about how they felt in that moment.

“I believed the fight was fake at 1st. I believed it was like staged—oh, this is sort of funny,” Tayshia Adams mentioned. “But it was so intense and so scary. Watching it unfold is thoughts blowing. Honestly, we had been standing at the bar and then I hear screaming and I was taken fully by surprise. Somebody was falling down the stairs. The subsequent particular person was operating right after the other. And then I see safety.”

Mike Johnson also shared his thoughts on the entire ordeal.

“I believe that Jordan and Christian, their ego likely got the very best of them,” he told us. “And I was watching. I was standing beside the greatest guy there, Clay. And I was sitting back sipping on my tequila, and I had a superior time watching. I did not want to interrupt the two of them, they are fighting. I wanted to make confident that they got out what they necessary to get out. And I know that the Bachelor producers would make confident that we [were] secure and superior to go.”

He continued, “That was the 1st time I had ever noticed something remotely close to that, but that s—t was wild to be rather sincere.”

Wills Reid also weighed in and told E! News the fight was “surreal.”

“It certainly seemed surreal… and it was a bit frightening. A lot of the girls on the beach had been terrified and it sort of threw every person for a loop and gave every person an adrenaline rush. It was just wild to see.”

All 3 contestants told us they felt the producers produced the proper contact in sending each guys house.

In addition, other Bachelor Nation stars could not assist but react to the crazy episode on Monday evening.

Tia Booth wrote, “I entirely believe @jordan__kimball was just attempting to be funny, but he messed with a feisty small firecracker!! #bachelorinparadise.” Derek Peth responded, “The right answer was…he poked the incorrect bear this time.”

Even Jordan commented on the brawl, saying, “I’ve been wrestling alligators given that the age of three.”

Even so, Luke Stone referred to as out Bachelor in Paradise‘s hypocritical stance on their “zero tolerance” policy. “Fascinating policy on violence, bodyslamming not integrated I guess,” he tweeted, which was in reference to Luke Parker allegedly physique slamming him on Hannah Brown‘s season of The Bachelorette.

But leave it to Evan Bass to say what we had been all considering: “Ok this Jordan and Christian issue was undesirable but I am getting personally attacked by Deans shirt/stache combo tonight.”

Bachelor in Paradise airs Mondays and Tuesdays at eight p.m. on ABC.

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