Entering the final: Schweizer fights for €300,000 in “Ninja Warrior Germany”

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Marco Müller, a 26-year-old top climber from Küssnacht, made it to the finals at “Ninja Warrior Germany”. You can find out whether he can handle this challenge with flying colors on Friday evening on RTL.

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Marco Müller from Küssnacht reached the finals at “Ninja Warrior Germany”.

RTL/Markus Hertrich

The first final is on Friday night.

The first final is on Friday night.

RTL/Markus Hertrich

RTL shows the grand finale part 1 from 20:15.

RTL shows the grand finale part 1 from 20:15.

RTL/Markus Hertrich

It’s about it

  • On Friday evening, RTL will show the grand finale, part 1 of “Ninja Warrior Germany” from 20:15.

  • Marco Müller from Küssnacht is also fighting for victory.

  • Whether he actually has €300,000 in prize money in his account will not be revealed.

For TV game show fans “Ninja Warrior Germany” tension rises: on November 11, the first big final part 1 of the seventh edition is scheduled. Küssnachter Marco Müller will also be present. The 26-year-old recently completed his mechanical engineering degree in Zurich and is one of the most promising athletes on the TV show. He made it to the finals with flying colours. Both presenters in the semi-final agreed: “He is so experienced that he can do it. He’s definitely going to the finals easily.”

Finally Müller reached sixth place: “The level of the course is getting more difficult and the time pressure is increasing.” He knows what he’s talking about because he already won “Ninja Warrior Switzerland” in 2019 and the sport climber is well trained. In the TV game show, contestants have to climb walls and hang from ropes and poles. The obstacle course must be completed without falling into the water.

His next goal is to find a job as an engineer

The show was filmed last June. “In less than two weeks, I met a lot of new people, we lived together, trained and recorded the show. It was fun and new friendships were made, » continues Müller. He could also benefit from the training and experience of other participants. While climbing, he will also benefit from the body awareness, timing and coordination he has been able to improve.

In his private life, Müller recently completed his studies in mechanical engineering. He currently works as a route builder in climbing gyms in Kriens, Root and Baden. “But there are no built-in traps like in the show,” laughs Müller. His next goal is to find a job as an engineer. On the weekend, however, he is looking forward to more positive reactions from his circle of friends to the final broadcast. Whether he actually has €300,000 in prize money in his account will not be revealed at this time.

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