Originally Posted by Couchwarrior
Correct me if I'm wrong, but wasn't this the first season ever where the "bad guy of the house" actually won the whole thing? Usually the one depicted as the bad guy gets beaten up and humiliated pretty bad at some point of the show, to the viewers' satisfaction. So the fact that this season went differently makes me think that the incident was real and big enough so that the producers found it worthwhile to include it even though he was one of the final guys.
was a huge bad guy, after taunting his opponents during Season 2.
ripped Hamill's shoulder while Haynes was this "plucky" scrambler.
was a massive and crazy tool.
was the lazy guy working the system while Schaub was the golden boy.
And then you have guys on the borderline like Nate Diaz, Diego Sanchez, and Ryan Bader. They all had incidents in the house where they did look bad, though I don't think they were "bad guys" because the guys they were facing weren't really "good guys".