The Australian Ninja Warrior is confronted with a fan-backlash without a winner

& # 39; What a waste of time! & # 39; The Australian Ninja Warrior is faced with a backlash from the fans because no finalist conquers Mount Midoriyama … even though Nine promises a winner

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Channel Nine promised that there would be a winner in the current season of the Australian Ninja Warrior in the trailers of the show.

And now the network faces fan-backlash with none of the finalists in Monday's episode overcoming the final challenge – Mount Midoriyama.

Because all four participants didn't get past the floating door component, Charlie Robbins, 20, only won the $ 100,000 by being the fastest.

& # 39; What a waste of time! & # 39; Viewers of the Australian Ninja Warrior went to Twitter on Monday after the grand finale to express their frustration that there was no official winner

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& # 39; What a waste of time! & # 39; Viewers of the Australian Ninja Warrior went to Twitter on Monday after the grand finale to express their frustration that there was no official winner

& # 39; What a waste of time & # 39 ;, a dissatisfied viewer told Twitter when the show ended.

A viewer focused his tweet on host Ben Fordham and wrote: & # 39; Please defend your slogan & # 39; There will be a winner & # 39 ;.

Another shared their frustration that no Australian has ever conquered Mount Midoriyama in the show's history.

& # 39; Another year and no rock climbing, we never saw that thing tried. & # 39;

Outrage: & # 39; What a waste of time & # 39 ;, an unsatisfied viewer told online, after Channel Nine had promised that a winner would come in the trailers

Outrage: & # 39; What a waste of time & # 39 ;, an unsatisfied viewer told online, after Channel Nine had promised that a winner would come in the trailers

Outrage: & # 39; What a waste of time & # 39 ;, an unsatisfied viewer told online, after Channel Nine had promised that a winner would come in the trailers

Not impressed: a viewer focused his tweet on host Ben Fordham and wrote: & # 39; Defend your slogan & # 39; There will be a winner & # 39;
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Not impressed: a viewer focused his tweet on host Ben Fordham and wrote: & # 39; Defend your slogan & # 39; There will be a winner & # 39;

Not impressed: a viewer focused his tweet on host Ben Fordham and wrote: & # 39; Defend your slogan & # 39; There will be a winner & # 39;

Still to be conquered: another shared their frustration with no Australian who ever conquered Mount Midoriyama in the show's history

Still to be conquered: another shared their frustration with no Australian who ever conquered Mount Midoriyama in the show's history

Still to be conquered: another shared their frustration with no Australian who ever conquered Mount Midoriyama in the show's history

Just a matter of time? However, it was not all negative, with one viewer suggesting that we have to be patient

Just a matter of time? However, it was not all negative, with one viewer suggesting that we have to be patient

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Just a matter of time? However, it was not all negative, with one viewer suggesting that we have to be patient

However, it was not all negative, with one viewer suggesting that we have to be patient.

& # 39; Many people here need serious patience. It took years for people to beat everything in Japan and the American versions, it doesn't happen right away, they wrote.

During Monday's episode, finalists Josh O & Sullivan, Daniel Mason, Charlie Robbins and Bryson Klein all crashed at the floating doors, meaning they couldn't overcome the biggest challenge of the show – Mount Midoriyama.

Only six people in the franchise's history have reached the summit of Mount Midoriyama.

So close and yet so far: during Monday night's episode, Charlie Robbins [photo], 20, crashed at the floating door section, meaning that he was unable to proceed to Mount Midoriyama
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So close and yet so far: during Monday night's episode, Charlie Robbins [photo], 20, crashed at the floating door section, meaning that he was unable to proceed to Mount Midoriyama

So close and yet so far: during Monday night's episode, Charlie Robbins [photo], 20, crashed at the floating door section, which meant that he was unable to proceed to Mount Midoriyama

With the Mount Midoriyama challenge that resulted in a $ 300,000 cash prize, one of four Australian finalists had to settle for $ 100,000.

Hosts Ben Fordham and Rebecca Maddern announced Charlie Robbins the & # 39; winner & # 39; after they reached the fastest doors.

Charlie said that in his & # 39; wildest dreams & # 39; never expected to come to the top.

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& # 39; This is not real. I feel like I'm waking up and it's all … I'm going to sit in bed. & # 39;

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Channel Nine for comments.

Standard winner: hosts Ben Fordham [far right] and Rebecca Maddern [center left], Charlie announced the & # 39; winner & # 39; after they reached the fastest doors

Standard winner: hosts Ben Fordham [far right] and Rebecca Maddern [center left], Charlie announced the & # 39; winner & # 39; after they reached the fastest doors

Standard winner: hosts Ben Fordham [far right] and Rebecca Maddern [center left], Charlie announced the & # 39; winner & # 39; after they reached the fastest doors

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