Once again, another season of Survivor is drawing to a conclusion.
So, a final prediction is well in order for predicting who will
become the Sole Survivor for Season 30 Worlds Apart. Last year,
I correctly predicted that Natalie Anderson would win due to
her actions taken during Season 29 along with her game play
at the end. With that mind, here is my prediction for Season
With just five castaways left, the obvious two choices, Mike
and Carolyn, are the favorites to win. They have both won the majority
of the immunity and reward challenges after the merge. However, each must win
the final two immunity challenges in order to have a change to
make it to the Final Tribal since they are the strongest players
left at this point. This means if either Mike or Carolyn lose
one of the final challenges, he or she will be voted out.
In contrast, Will and Sierra are the weakest of the five remaining
players. This would mean that they are not pressured to win, but
in effect, able to lose both challenges and still make the Final
Tribal Council due to their weaker game play, physical and strategic.
Will and Sierra are most likely to be taken to the final three
by either Mike and Carolyn which would make one of the stronger
players, again, the winner and sole survivor. Will and Sierra
may receive a vote or two for their efforts, but, in the end,
it won't matter for either one of them.
Then, there is Rodney. The guy who has been imprisoned, or so to
say, at camp escameca for the entire season. Besides winning
a steak at the auction, Rodney has endured a unique journey when
compared to the others this season, mentally and physically. He
has not won any reward challenges nor taken part in any of them.
A common visual of Rodney is his presence sitting in one of the
camp chairs staring at the fire or eating a small portion of rice.
His sitting at camp metaphorically represents his sitting on the
sidelines of a basketball game or on a football field. This metaphor
was developed earlier in the season by Rodney who suggested
he was similar to the great Michael Jordan and Tom Brady for
describing his game play. While attempting to vote out his
number one nemesis Mike, Rodney has formed sub-alliances
only to be denied by Mike winning immunity challenges.
From the above statements and story line, my prediction is that
Rodney will overcome Mike and then Carolyn for going on to win
Sole Survivor this season. Rodney only needs to win one immunity
challenge, the last one, to defeat either Carolyn or Mike, to
go on to plead his underdog case in front of the jury. Undeniably,
he receives more votes than Sierra and Will who receive, second
and third places, respectively. Boston Rod's win solidifies his
sports metaphors dictated earlier, his white air jordans worn, and
his place among the other twenty-eight sole survivor winners as
he becomes the twenty-ninth winner.